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FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show returns to Emnotweni

The ninth FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show returns to Emnotweni on 8-9 March 2018.
With a 2018 regional wine show programme, directed by Michael Fridjhon, Lowveld wine lovers can look forward to what’s ‘hot and happening’ in the world of wine just after the summer harvest, featuring Graham Beck, Simonsig and Valdo Prosecco wines.

FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show returns to Emnotweni

Exhibiting around 200 wines for tasting from producers such as Springfield, Raka, Jordan, Glen Carlou, Steenberg, Morgenster, Anthonij Rupert and Ken Forrester Wines, the FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show is the place to connect with wine makers and discover the wonderful world of wine.

Guests can stock up on wines at the show through the Shop@Show facility, administered by local retailer Tops The Grove, with the added convenience of delivery to their doors.

Tickets to the show are available via Computicket.com and at the door, subject to availability. Emnotweni Rewards cardholders receive up to 20% discount.

Visit www.mpumalangawineshow.co.za for a full list of exhibitors and wines in the lead-up to the show. 

FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show returns to Emnotweni

Event name:
  FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show
Dates:  Thursday 8 March to Friday 9 March 2018
Venue: Emnotweni, Riverside Park, Mbombela (Nelspruit)
Time: 5pm to 9pm
Ticket price: R180 for Thursday and R200 for Friday (includes unlimited tastings and wine tasting glass)
Refreshments:  Light meals will be available for sale.
Queries:  011 482 5936/5/4

Tickets: Tickets can be purchased at one of the following options:

  • Online via Computicket.com      
  • At the door, subject to availability.
  • Tops the Grove

The FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show is followed by the inaugural Capital City Wine Show (27 and 28 July), the Free State Wine Show in Bloemfontein (2 and 3 August) and the Eastern Cape Wine Show in Port Elizabeth on (30 November and 1 December). The wine show supports the White River chapter of Rotary International; proceeds are raised through auctioned wine donations and directed to community projects in each region.

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