FNB Free State Wine Show
Thursday 4th and Friday 5th August 2016 Emoya Luxury Hotel & Spa, 7 Frans Kleynhans Avenue, Groenvlei, Bloemfontein
17h00 to 21h00
Tickets can be purchased via Computicket or at the Checkers money markets counters from 1 June 2016.
Ticket prices: early Bird price of R150 valid until 27 July; thereafter Thursday R170 and Friday R190
(unlimited samplings, includes tasting glass and wine show guide).
Book early – last year was a sell-out!
Refreshments available at the show.
The 4th FNB Free State Wine Show takes place at Emoya Hotel & Spa on Thursday and Friday 4th and 5th August 2016.
Bloem wine lovers should make it a date night for an evening of great wine tastings. Engage with winemakers or their marketing representatives while tasting an array of more than 200 of South Africa’s best wines - all available for both sampling and purchase via Shop@Show.
The full line-up of exhibitors and their wines can be viewed from 25th July via the tabs above. These will represent some of the A-Z of top SA wineries, reflecting a diversity of wines spanning many different South African regions.
The FNB regional wine shows (Eastern Cape, Mpumalanga and Free State) are directed by SA wine authority Michael Fridjhon and presented by OutSorceress Marketing, organisers of the country’s premier national and regional wine festivals.
For more information, call 011 482 5936.
|The FNB Free State Wine Show in Bloemfontein is one of four such events on the Capital Route sponsored annually by FNB Private Clients and FNB Private Wealth. Dedicated to the belief that innovation is a catalyst for growth, FNB has chosen to showcase South Africa’s wine industry. In this way new and existing clients get to enjoy experiences which always exceed expectations, while at the same time sharing the triumphs and achievements of South Africa’s leading winemakers. The FNB Free State Wine Show promotes responsible drinking. No persons under the age of 18 will be allowed.
Tickets not for sale to under 18s. No entry to under 18s, babies and prams. Drink responsibly.