food and drink 18.8.2017 05:26 pm

Get to know SA’s lesser known wines

The popular Unlock the Unusuals Wine Festival is back to showcase South Africa’s lesser known varietals in the only focused platform in Gauteng of these wines.

This tasting of truly exceptional wines takes place at the Killarney Country Club on Thursday, September 7, at 6pm where visitors can try some of the finest Tempranillo, Semillon, Cinsaut, Grenache, Carignan, Tinta Barocca and many more delicious wine varietals. Tickets at R250 are available from Webtickets and Wine Menu at the Blu Bird Shopping Centre. The price includes unlimited tasting and light snacks.

Get to know SA’s lesser known wines
Get to know SA’s lesser known wines

Get to know SA’s lesser known wines

The popular Unlock the Unusuals Wine Festival is back to showcase South Africa’s lesser known varietals in the only focused platform in Gauteng of these wines.

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