For the first time since its inception, the Stellenbosch Wine Festival, the oldest festival of its kind, moves to the North Wharf of the V&A Waterfront in the heart of Cape Town. Safe, secure and conveniently close, locals and visitors alike will be able to include this years’ festival into their weekend plans.

This two day outdoor wine, food and lifestyle event showcases hundreds of Stellenbosch wines from award-winning producers. Being the biggest wine route in South Africa, with the largest number of wine producers and some of the most internationally acclaimed wines, every lover of this unique form of culinary art should consider attending.

Expect iconic wine producers will be offering you a taste of their finest, sought after ranges alongside some innovative and experimental blends.

Wine-geeks should make plans to attend the Tasting Room, with daily specialised food and wine pairings to delight any palate. Whether you are a connoisseur, novice or wanting to experience something new the Tasting Room will have something for everyone (limited to one 30 minute tasting per session, per person and pre-booking is essential).

Live entertainment on stage throughout the event from some of SA’s top artists including Hot Water on Saturday 6 April & Jeremy Olivier on Sunday 7 April.

General admission tickets are R150 and a general admission ticket including a Pick n Pay Tasting Room experience costs R180.


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