Hosted at various wineries in the Breedekloof Wine Valley, Soetes & Soup is a showcase of the valley’s finest wines and hearty homemade soups.

Various wineries in the Rawsonville, Slanghoek, Goudini, and Breede River areas.

Friday, 19 July and Saturday, 20 July 2019

Friday Pass R160, Saturday Pass R200, Full Weekend Pass R250. Tickets include soup and wine tasting coupons. Designated Driver Pass (soup coupons only) from R120.

Tickets available online from Howler – exchange your Howler ticket at your first stop for your Soetes & Soup Passport.


Mushroom & Port, Chicken Curry, Mexican Meatball, Waterblommetjie and Biltong & Blue Cheese are just a few of the soups being served at this year’s Breedekloof Soetes & Soup festival, taking place on Friday 19 and Saturday 20 July 2019.

The festival extends across the Breedekloof Wine Valley, with various wineries in the Rawsonville, Slanghoek, Goudini, and Breede River areas showcasing their award-winning red and dessert wines. They’ll also present a complimentary cup of homemade country soup, have some enticing pairings as well as offering a variety of entertainment.

Don’t miss the Shiraz Ice Cream or the Cupcake & Wine Pairing at Kirabo, the Chocolate Soup & Port tasting at Bergsig, or the Ramkiekie Farmer’s Market at Mountain Ridge. Besides all the home-made country soups, there will also be a range of heartier fare such as comforting pancakes, burgers, roosterkoek, vetkoek and more.

This year the festival is also including a range of Premium Wine Events, including food and wine pairings with the winemakers, an MCC Experience and a Music & Wine Pairing. These events have limited space and must be booked in advance.

Each participating winery and venue will have an array of entertainment, including live music, family activities, various stalls, foods and more. Children can enjoy fun activities, including face painting, various rides, jungle gyms and jumping castles.

Soetes & Soup is a showcase of the Breedekloof’s finest wines and hearty homemade soups, once again proving why this valley is fast becoming known as “South Africa’s most generous wine route”.