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Step into the South African winelands at the TOPS at SPAR Wine Show

Step into the South African winelands at the TOPS at SPAR Wine Show

South Africa’s largest and most loved travelling ‘try-and-buy’ wine show – the TOPS at SPAR Wine Show – is back, opening the door to a taste of what the winelands has to offer. Its 14-year legacy continues with seven spectacular events that showcase the most sought-after and enjoyed wines throughout South Africa. It’s time to breathe!

Says Andrew Douglas, Owner and Producer of The Wine Show, “We invite our guests to step into the South African winelands: to experience the beautiful landscapes, drink in the rich aromas, meet the colourful characters, and most of all, indulge in our globally celebrated wines.”

The WINEderland Tour kicks off in Durban from 7 to 9 May, followed by Johannesburg from 4 to 6 June, Cape Town from 9 to 11 July, Port Elizabeth from 30 July to 1 August, Pretoria from 1 to 3 October, East London from 5 to 7 November, and ending off in Nelspruit from 26 to 28 November.

Mark Robinson, The SPAR Group Liquor Manager, says, “With its refreshed identity and renewed enthusiasm for bringing you a taste of what the winelands has to offer you are guaranteed a quality wine experience! Following the success of the 2019 show, The SPAR Group will be expanding its presence to include a food element, which we’ll be launching at the Durban event.”

 

Each event takes place over three days and promises to satisfy every wine-lover’s palate. The show’s much-loved attractions such as the interactive wine theatres, show specials, and free sip-n-ship service are all returning, plus there are more fresh new reasons why you should clear your calendar for this epic event. This year, the show has an extensive brand refresh that delivers all the excitement of stepping into the winelands.

Keep an eye out on www.wineshow.co.za for ticket sales going live in your area.

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