Nederburg has partnered with Chef Nti (Nthabiseng Ramaboa) to create exciting new recipes to celebrate the 50th anniversary of their red blend, Baronne.
- Chef Nti has developed a suite of street-style dishes inspired by the succulent, smooth spiciness, and mouth-filling palate of Baronne.
- She is known for her imaginative foodie TV and social media content that puts a fresh twist on traditional township favorites.
- Chef Nti hosts the show “Street Food in Africa” on the Food Network channel, sharing South African flavors and culinary culture with a global audience.
- The collaboration aims to blend heritage and modernity in the dishes, reflecting the essence of Nederburg’s wine.
- Chef Nti incorporates indigenous heritage ingredients like maize, ditlwadi, lerotse, and morogo, encouraging people to honor South Africa’s culinary past with fresh and original takes on traditional favorites.
- Nederburg is participating in a project with the South African Chefs’ Association, Harvesting Heritage, and SocioTech BBL to protect and preserve indigenous vegetables, fruits, pulses, and grains.
- The winery aims to support small-scale farmers in cultivating these ingredients and making them available to both professional and home cooks.
- Nederburg values cultural and culinary heritage and seeks to conserve traditions while infusing them with contemporary technology, research, and thinking.