Plett’s very first and most famous wine farm, Bramon, is situated in the Crags. Making it the perfect afternoon treat for any day of the week as it is only a few kilometres from the heart of Plettenberg Bay. The estate began in 2000 and is run by the Thorpe family and named after Peter and Caroline’s children, Bram and Manon.
With tables nestled among the vineyards and views of the Tsitsikamma Mountain Range, you’ll immediately get a picnic feel. A menu made up of delectable cheeses, cold meats, patés, delicious organic salads all served with a hearty loaf of fresh homemade bread, and accompanied by the local wines.
Bramon Wine Estate is famous for their exceptional sparkling Sauvignon Blanc “cap classique,” the first to be produced in our country, making our beautiful Plettenberg Bay a Wine of Origin Region. The Methode Cap Classique was initially vinified by Graham Beck Wine’s very own Pieter Ferreira and is now under the care of Anton Smal from Villiera. Bramon is continuously striving at pushing the boundaries in the wine industry. The unique local climate and soil conditions makes this all possible.
Bramon is one of my favourite places to chill and enjoy good food and wine. It is ideally located and the best place to enjoy a relaxed laid back lunch after all the great activities the Crags has on offer.