Kirabo Kompanjie

Let’s talk about Kirabo Kompanjie, our new social media handle.

You have probably noticed that Kirabo Cellar’s had a bit of a handle change on its social media pages. We went from Kirabo Cellar to Kirabo Kompanjie. Don’t fear, no drastic changes are up ahead, just a few upgrades and tweaks to get us closer to our vision of what Kirabo means to us.

Why Kirabo Kompanjie?

From farming to wine to craft beer to weddings. Our passions are widespread, and we want to share all of them with you.

Our dream for Kirabo is for it to be a destination spot, where people can come together to experience all that our family business has to offer. We are not just our wine or our craft beer. Kirabo is everything that this company has to offer and it is all of you who support us.

We didn’t want to move away from the name Kirabo. Instead, we just wanted to add something to it, that encapsulates that we have more than just that one thing to offer. Thus, Kirabo Kompanjie is now home to the farm, wine, beer, events, and everything else our company has to offer.

How does it work?

We will be promoting all events, specials and news from our Kirabo Kompanjie pages: Whether it’s wine, beer, food or events. This is where you will find all the latest updates.

Broers Brew and Kirabo Venue will keep its current pages. Kirabo Venue will serve as a portfolio of our venue and previous events. Broers Brew will occasionally provide important, brand-specific, updates on its pages.

Fun Fact: Why Kompanjie?

We always want to stay true to our roots. Kompanjie is the old Dutch translation for the word company. Being half Dutch, we wanted to honour that part of our heritage too, as it is a big part of who we are today.

Kirabo Harvest Day 2020

A Day in the Life of a Winemaker

It’s our busiest time of the year again, harvest season, and that means it is also time for our annual Harvest Day event, taking place at our family cellar in Rawsonville.

What is Kirabo Harvest Day?

Harvest season is when the grapes on our vines are ripe and ready to be harvested. This means we get to handpick and carefully select grapes for our cellar’s selection of wines.

Each year, we pick two dates during harvest season where we invite the public to come and join the harvest festivities and see what it means to be a winemaker. Not only do guests get to harvest grapes from our vineyards, but we also move to the cellar to destalk and crush the handpicked grapes.

During this time our brewing company, Broers Brew, will be doing a display of craft beer brewing, which guests are welcome to observe and take part in where possible. This is the ideal time to ask all those beer brewing questions that you always wanted to know.

Afterwards guests are treated to a Kirabo wine tasting and Broers Brew craft beer tasting. The tasting will be followed by a light three course lunch under the trees.

Oh, and of course wine punch will be served throughout the day to all our guests.

P.S. Bring a swimsuit if you’d like to take a dip after this adventure. Swimming is at own risk. Children need parental supervision at all time.


1 March 2020

8 March 2020


Starts at 08:30


Kirabo Private Cellar, Voorsorg Louwshoek Rd, Rawsonville

Price: R 350 per person

Price Includes

  • Coffee and rusks on arrival
  • Handpicking grapes from the vineyard
  • Destalking and crushing grapes at the cellar
  • Wine tasting (includes cupcake experience)
  • Craft beer experience and tasting
  • Three course light lunch under the trees
  • Red wine punch – whenever you feel like it

Blend Your Own Wine – R 250 Additional Cost

For those who wish to take the experience even further, at an additional cost of R 250 per bottle, guests are given the opportunity to blend and bottle their own wine.

Bookings & Enquiries

For bookings or more information, please contact us at