Escape to the country, only a short drive from the Mother City.  With luxury en-suite and a self-catering accommodation options, Wi-Fi, a good old fashioned farm breakfast and a 3 Course Dinner in our century old cellar, you’ll want to extend your stay and capture lasting memories.

Our century-old wine cellar, now a function venue, reminds us that wine has flowed through the veins of Leipzig for many years. Each bottle from our newly built boutique winery overlooking the Rabies mountains, tells a story, every sip creates a lasting memory.

We’re into spending hours agonizing over the perfect boutique blends and then you get to sip on them while you watch a sublime sun disappear over the valley. Discover the story of the “White Leipzig”, go on a taste journey and savour traditional, made by us from scratch, South African country cooking. Good quality never tasted THIS good.

festival program

francois louw playing guitar at nuy valley

Francois Louw

Francois Louw is a young, vibrant artist who, early in 2010, made a grand entrance into a full time music career. Within less than a year, Francois has performed with many well-known artists at festivals, wine estates, theatres and events across the country.

Francois' catchy tunes and meaningful lyrics, blended with his easy-going stage personality, earn much favour with any crowd. Francois' music offers something for every ear...English, Afrikaans, commercial and gospel - all his own compositions

Matt Carstens

Matt is a folk pop, singer/songwriter from South Africa (SA) who has been composing his own music since the age of 12, and who continues to mould his creations to deliver the captivating performances he is known for today.

He skilfully manipulates his guitar and knows his way around his looping pedals, charming audiences with his endlessly versatile repertoire of songs and gallant on-stage presence. With numerous festivals in Africa under his belt, he has gained invaluale performing experience. He recorded a 6-track EP before releasing his debut album 2D Heart in April 2017.

He has made television appearances in SA to promote his album on national shows such as Expresso Morning Show (a national breakfast programme), and three more songs from his album have been playlisted by national radio stations, JacarandaFM and RSG. In July 2017 Matt performed at Innibos Festival (SA’s largest music festival) where he won its Rock Rumoer competition, a renowned annual battle of the bands.

He was awarded a spot on the main stage of the festival, a cash prize and a music video sponsored by Kyknet (the MTV equivalent in SA). Later that year he also won the #VanCokeColab Initiative, which offers young singer/songwriters the chance to collaborate with Francois van Coke (a celebrated SA rock musician).

Their resulting single, Broken Society, was well-received by the major national radio stations upon its release in October 2017. Throughout his career, Matt has shared the stage with various well-known SA musicians such as Matthew Mole, Francois van Coke, Majozi, and Arno Carstens, to name a few...

Ruby June

Soul-searching lyrics and upbeat melodies blend together to give you Ruby June, the singer-songwriter who loves surprising audiences with the great command she has over both her voice and guitar.

Able to play both gentle acoustic melodies and screaming rock solos, Ruby is no stranger to the South African music scene.

Having played various festivals and venues in and around the country with her band, she focuses on improving her craft, stage presence, vocal ability and energy with every show.

Ruby has released an EP called “Reflect”, as well as a live album called “As Is”, which is an un-apologetically raw reflection of her band’s sound. Ruby is excited to share that she is branching out to new territory by writing some Afrikaans material, and will soon be releasing a single and music video for her latest song called “Joune”.

With influences ranging from South African legends like Karen Zoid and Freshlyground, to international acts such as Jack Johnson and Norah Jones, expect the unexpected from this fresh upcoming talent.