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Rosetta - Natal Midlands

Rosetta is situated in the Natal Midlands on the Midlands Meander.

Rosetta is situated in the Natal Midlands on the Midlands Meander. Rosetta originated as a small farming town and Rosetta has become an integral part of the colonial farm-pioneering boom of the mid-to- late 1800s, Rosetta 's future looked more secure in 1895 when Natal authorities built the Meshlyn Bridge and finally secured a place on the map a year later with construction of its still-standing hotel.

Rosetta is surrounded by modern smallholdings, the village centre today features Crispin's Corner, a small shopping centre where - in addition to locally produced handicrafts history buffs may find that significant piece in its antique shop. Rosetta is part of the Midlands Meander a major tourist attraction in the area. But Rosetta has become a hub for cheese tasting and wine tasting.

Attractions In Rosetta

  • Marakesh Farm Cheese Visit the farm shop to sample or take part in a tasting with one of the farm’s cheese makers. Cheeses include gorgonzola, creamy chevin, halloumi, three different goudas, parmesan, pecorino, gorgonzola and cottage cheese made from either pure goats’ milk or a blend of goats’ and cows’ milk. The feta is particularly good. You can also find homemade jams, marmalades, pickles and spicy chutney.
  • The Mousetrap at the Wine Cellar in Rosetta has a slection of fine cheeses for sale and tasting
  • The Wine Cellar offers a hurge range of great wines at exceptionally good rates.
  • The Ugly Duckling has an extensive area of unique and eastern goods, ranging from jute rugs, furniture, rainsticks, didgeridoo, bamboo chimes, mobiles, weapons, instruments, clothing, cloths, curios and handicrafts.