Spier was the first Cape wine estate to do the tent thing and some people still havent forgiven Dick Enthoven. How could he slap all those grubby Bedouin contraptions in among the 300-year-old oaks and gables? (Yet Moyo packs them in...)
Now Vrede en Lust has done it outside Franschhoek. But this is a
different kettle of tensile structure, is Dana Buyss huge, pearly
white, seductively undulating fabric construction erected in a discreet
position against the wall of his farms centuries-old wine cellar.
And its getting raves at the launch tonight from the picky residents of this high-rent valley.