Come and visit the farm for a personal tasting experience with owners Robert & Anette (5km before Mc Gregor, on the Robertson Road) -- expect cobwebs rather than stainless steel, and personal touch rather than routinized procedure.
Mc Gregor has some great places to eat and drink, all of which nave been tested much too frequently by us! Of course, should you be self-catering or fancy a braai, we also have two supermarkets and other shops where you can pick up general provisions.There is also a petrol station, an ATM, a butcher (famed for his boerewors - regarded by many as one of the best in the country), a bottle store and speciality shops offering a range of local produce. that's one thing you just can't forget about around here!Here lies a place to meet, a place to dream and a place to think. More recently, in 1831, cattle farmers arrived on donkey carts.Visit Kingsriver Estate today and you'll meet vignerons Ruud de Clercq and Patrick Julius on their fascinating journey in transforming a 200 year old farm into a biodynamic wine tourism estate.Jacob's Larder is an Organic and Natural Health Shop with a difference - organic smoothies, organic coffee, delicious natural and organic breakfast and lunches, wheatgrass shooters and seasonal organic produce.
Stockists of naturally made skincare products, organically produced vitamins and supplements etc.Producing high quality wine on a small scale, musician and Garagiste John Hargreaves makes his acclaimed Wolfdoring Red Berry at his home.With hand-picking and a gentle approach, John retains the inherent berry flavour in his wine.Specialising in home-cooking, meals include breakfasts, light lunches, cake and home-made soups.They also stock a wide range of smoked fish, cold meats and pates, breads, cheeses, specialised meat cuts and fish, biscuits, home produce, frozen meals, jams, pickles and sauces, Belgian & English chocolates.The Tonight Show is a long-running American late-night talk and variety show airing on NBC, the third longest-running entertainment program in U. The Muppets have a long affiliation with the program, dating back to 1956, when Jim and Jane Henson performed Kermit and Yorick performing "I've Grown Accustomed to Your Face".