Spring Sauvignon Blanc Festival (31 Aug 2012 - 2 Sep 2012)
From 31 Aug 2012 To 02 Sep 2012
Spring Sauvignon Blanc Festival
The Pivot at Montecasino will come alive with an explosion of flavours on Friday 31 August, Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 September as Montecasino and Southern Sun Montecasino present the Spring Sauvignon Blanc Festival.
The only event of its kind ever hosted in Johannesburg, the festival will showcase South Africa's leading Sauvignon Blanc producers in an ambience overflowing with the finest aromatic, zesty, crisp and juicy white wines, the finest fare and entertainment set to uplift the soul, all perfectly complemented by the rising temperatures, tender green leaves and fresh breezes of an impending summer.
Join us and sample the finest drops of the finest wines – discovering, in a sparkling setting of fun, friendship and festivity, the diversity of the Sauvignon-style straight to you from the vineyards of the Western Cape.
Friday 31 August: from 18h00 to 21h00
Saturday 1 September: from 12h00 to 20h00
Sunday 2 September: from 12h00 to 16h00
Enquiries: 011 510 7000
Book your tickets here
- Address: The Pivot Courtyard, Montecasino, Montecasino Boulevard (Corner William Nicol and Witkoppen), Fourways, Sandton, Johannesburg
- Tel: 011 510 7000
Montecasino is situated at the Fourways junction of William Nicol Drive and Witkoppen Road. Montecasino is accessible from the William Nicol off-ramp, from the N1 freeway (Western Bypass).
From the N1 (Western Bypass) take the William Nicol Turnoff, turn onto William Nicol Drive and drive in a Northerly direction towards Fourways for approximately 3km.
Cross over Leslie Road. At the next traffic light intersection (Kingfisher Road), turn right into Montecasino Boulevard. Continue around the traffic circles and you will find entrances for Montecasino on your left-hand side.
NB: The Gautrain bus Pick-up and Drop off point is at the West Entrance Palazzo Circle. (Just outside the Palazzo / Bird Gardens Entrance).
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