Beat the winter blues at New Cape Wine Festival

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Cape Town’s northern suburbs are gearing up to beat the winter blues this year at the first ever “We Luv Wine” Festival at the Cape Gate Shopping Precinct’s Centre Court on Thursday, 20 June and Friday, 21 June from 17h00-21h00.

 

Wine lovers can taste and buy more than 150 wines directly from the producers. A wide selection to suit every palate and wallet, ranging from red, white, dry and sweet right through to Cape Ruby (Port), bubbly and pot-stilled brandy, is on offer.

 

The exhibitors are Avontuur Estate, Checkers Oddbins, Checkers Wines of the World, Croydon Wine Estate, Du Toitskloof Wine Cellar, Groenland, Hidden Valley Wines, Kleine Zalze Wines, Koelenhof, Landskroon Wines, Lord’s Winery, Lourensford Wine Estate, Neil Ellis Wines, Orange River Wines, Perdeberg, Quoin Rock, Rhebokskloof, Riebeek Cellars, Solms-Delta Wine Estate, Two Oceans – Quay 4 Wines and Vergenoegd Wine Estate.

 

abuzzWine, in association with Cybercellar, will be introducing their new smart phone or tablet apps at the fest, which provides information, tasting notes and purchasing & delivery options about all of South Africa’s top wines in the most user-friendly way.

 

Feet warming at fireplace with hands holding wineComfy chill area’s and seating inside the wine tasting area will create a party atmosphere and visitors can purchase some warming winter fare from local charity organisation Shiloh Synergy(who is also the main beneficiary of the event), to ensure a feeling of well-being before having to face the elements again.

 

Tickets: R50 pp (Includes tasting glass), are available from the Information Desks in the Cape Gate Centre and on-line at www.ticketbreak.co.za or at the face book page, CVO Marketing. Tickets are also available from the entrance to the tasting area on each of the evenings.

 

For more information, contact CVO Marketing at 021 981-0216

 

 

By | 2013-06-07T15:15:33+00:00 June 7th, 2013|Perdeberg News|Comments Off on Beat the winter blues at New Cape Wine Festival