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Calling All Wine Enthusiasts! Wines of South Africa Grand Tasting is Back | Saturday 18th July 2015

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GRAND TASTING

Wines of South Africa Grand Tasting is returning to Nigeria!

The one day event which is open to individuals who are 18 years and above, is designed to showcase quality wines from over 25 wine producers and over 200 wine brands from different regions in the Cape Wineland of South Africa.

Guests are expected to trade, taste and attend the exclusive South Africa Wine course, which must be pre-registered. The wine course will be led by Wine Advisor, Brad Coetzer, from education company, Beverage Intelligence.

The course is opened to only trade businesses such as importers, distributors, hotels F&B managers, retailers, portfolio managers, gourmet and brand reporters and general food and beverage service provider.

According to Aderonke Sobodu, Managing Director, Spronks Creations Ltd (event organisers), “some of the finest South African wines will be on parade. WOSA will be showcasing wines from the leading family owned Wine Estates in South Africa such as Ken Forrester, Paul Cluver, MAN Vintners, DGB, Noble Hills Estate, Rainbow End Wine Estate, Robinson & Sinclair, Tamasa Wines, Vondeling and Jordan, among others. Guests are requested to ready their taste buds and experience the beauty of South Africa in a glass, while wine producers entertain their questions leaving them better informed about South African Wines“.

Date: Saturday 18th July 2015
Time: 6 PM – 8 PM
Venue: Federal Palace Hotel, 6-8 Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos
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BellaNaija is a media partner with Wines of South Africa Grand Tasting

2 Comments

  1. Onyx

    July 11, 2015 at 10:07 am

    Nigerians they tasters,the buyers…..South Africa building up their GDP through exports….using us as a good market but don’t really like us in the true African sense,….we must wake up.

    • Lol

      July 16, 2015 at 12:47 pm

      Then Nigerians should produce their own wine then. The only wine you know how to make is palmwine lol.

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