Women of Wine South Africa (WoWSA) Festival
August 12 @ 11:00 am - 4:00 pmR150
Some of the country’s best craft wine, gin and beer – made by female wine and spirit makers – will be showcased at the upcoming Women of Wine South Africa (WoWSA) festival on Sunday, August 12 from 11h00 to 16h00, in celebration of Women’s Month.
For those who love bubbly there are a number of superb Méthode Cap Classiques for tasting including Dainty Bess by Jane Ferreira Eedes; Genevieve by Melissa Nelson; Saltare’s Brut Nature MCC, Brut Reserve MCC and Brut Blanc de Blancs MCC 2014; Kloovenburg Blanc de Noir NV and Huis van Chevallerie Filia Mg.
Don’t miss wines by Catherine Marshall; Hogan (Jocelyn Wilson); Swartland’s Huis van Chevallerie (Christa von La Chevallerie); Illimis (Lucinda Heyns); Kloovenburg (Jolandie Fouche); Franschhoek’s La Bri (Irene Waller); Lismore (Samantha O’Keefe); Mont Blois (Nina-Mari Bruwer); Saltare (Carla Pauw); Durbanville Wine Valley’s Signal Gun (Irene Wille); TSW Signature Wines (Trizanne Barnard); Vergenoegd (Marlize Jacobs) and Somerset West’s Waterkloof (Nadia Barnard).
Also at WoWSA is Hope on Hopkins gin (made by Lucy Beard and Leigh Lisk) as well as the Hopkins Esperanza, their take on tequila (no one outside Mexico can make an agave spirit and call it tequila) which has no additives, colourants or flavourants and is delicious on its own or with tonic water.
Craft beer brewer Jeanri Nel from Durbanville’s Hoogeberg Brewery will be presenting her product including her Ystervark Lager and the light and fruity Bontebok Five Crops.
As a bonus, the festival will also showcase olive oils from Saltare.
Tickets are R150 a person with children under the age of 18 free.
Go to www.webtickets.co.za
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