The tasting room of Mullineux & Leeu Family Wines, called The Wine Studio, is on Leeu Estates in Franschhoek. It was designed by eminent Spanish Architect, Tomeu Esteva, who wanted to create the ultimate environment in which to taste fine wines. Take a virtual tour of The Wine Studio!
Our knowledgeable staff will guide you through tasting the wines from both our Swartland and Franschhoek wineries, with elegant glassware and in a comfortable, relaxed space.
Due to the bespoke nature of the tasting experience, and to avoid disappointment if the Studio is full, booking is highly recommended.
IN LIGHT OF THE SITUATION AROUND THE COVID-19 VIRUS, THE WINE STUDIO WILL BE CLOSED FROM 17 MARCH TO 3 APRIL 2020
Peak Season (December and January): 10h00 till 18h00 (last bookings at 17h00)
Off Peak Season: (February to November): 10h00 till 17h00 (last bookings at 16h00)
Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
Booking is highly recommended.
Leeu Estates, Dassenberg Road, Franschhoek
Tasting Manager: Lizzie Groenewald
Tel: +27 (0)21 492 2224
This tasting of wines from our Swartland winery on Roundstone Farm offers you our signature Mullineux White blend, Syrah and Straw Wine (when available), which are the essence of what we want to reflect from our Swartland vineyards, and our Kloof Street wines which introduce you to the Mullineux style.
These Swartland wines are only produced in vintages when we get a great expression of terroir from a specific site. Even though some of the wines may be sold out, a limited amount is made available for tasting throughout the year, should you wish to go on an allocation list for future releases. Booking for this tasting is therefore essential.
This tasting includes the multi-regional Leeu Passant wines produced at our Franschhoek winery on Leeu Estates – a Chardonnay and a Red blend. Even though some of the wines may be sold out, a limited amount is made available for tasting throughout the year, should you wish to go on an allocation list for future releases. Booking for this tasting is therefore essential.