19 Sep Pinotage and Biltong Festival set to be two days of fun!
It was such a hit last year, and we are really looking forward to the second edition of the much talked about Pinotage and Biltong Festival, which will be showcasing 18 of the countries top Pinotage producers at this event, taking place on the 13th and 14th of October!
The wineries are: Bellevue Wine Estate, Beyerskloof, De Krans, Ernst Gouws & Co, Flagstone Wines, Grande Provence, Hill & Dale, Jakkalsvlei, Koelenhof, Mellasat Vineyards, Mount Vernon, Neethlingshof, Perdeberg Cellar, Simonsvlei Winery, Taillard Wines, Van Loveren Family Vineyards Whalehaven and Wellington Wines.
The Festival will once again be hosted at Leriba Hotel in Centurion and will the same procedure as last year, namely seeing one wine from each winery being paired with a biltong flavour, but most of these producers also have other Pinotage’s which will be for tasting and for sale directly from their stands.
The festival concept offers visitors a Pinotage & Biltong Pairing Card & Tasting Map which takes participants on a fun “festival route” to discover new Pinotage styles paired with curated biltong and droë wors flavours, courtesy of Pretoria-based Billa B & Co Biltong Deli. Festival visitors all dress in purple and white and Leriba Hotel will offer eats at the festival venue as well as in their restaurants on site.
This is a stunning venue with rolling green lawns and a small lake, and is certainly worth the drive to Centurion!
General Festival Tickets @ R250pp on-line or at the gate at R300pp. The ticket includes a large branded crystal wine glass, free tastings of around 30 wines plus 18 wine and biltong pairings.
VIP tickets @ R500 pp: All of the above and a dedicated reserved seating area, a welcome drink and shared cheese platter on arrival and coffee and a sweet treat in the late afternoon. Limited tickets available per day – so book soon!
Great for groups or Corporate bookings. Under 18s enter free. Kids welcome. Laser Adventures will be on hand to offer optional entertainment for a small fee.
No alcohol will be served to under 18’s. We all (organisers and us too) support responsible drinking and driving and suggest that festival goers make use of the Gautrain, other public transport or Uber.
Book and find more info online on Computicket here…