The Good Food and Wine Show is the largest culinary show in South Africa with over 60 000 visitors attending the 2016 show across three cities.
The latest foodie trends will be dished up and South African foodies will have the chance to interact with the line-up of exciting food personalities, including headline chef, restaurateur, and foodie Joao Da Fonseca, popularly known as J’Something, who will share his secret recipes by preparing a tasty feast for the shows. As an added bonus, J’Something will take to the stage to perform his music as this multi-talented personality is also the leading man of popular band Mi Casa.
This year, the show hosts nine theatres, of which seven are free of extra charge, serving up even more value for those attending. The Good Food and Wine Show theatres include: Eat Well/Live Well, Wine Theatre, Baking Theatre, Cake Deco Lab, Chefs’ Table, Chefs’ Open Theatre, Cooking with Chefs, the Kids Deco Lab and the SCASA Barista Championships – a new partnership with the Speciality Coffee Association of Southern Africa (SCASA) partnership and the show to host the 2017 Western Cape, Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal Regional Barista Championships.
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Date: Friday, 2 June until Sunday, 4 June 2017
Venue: Cape Town International Convention Centre
Tickets: R100 – R380 available from www.goodfoodandwineshow.co.za/book-tickets
We’re giving away 2 tickets to the Good Food and Wine Show 2017.
Terms & Conditions apply!
Terms & Conditions: You must be over the age 18 to enter. Only one entry per person, duplicate entries will be removed. Winners must be residents of the Cape Town area or surrounding areas. Tickets are not transferable, should the winner(s) not be able to attend a runner up will be drawn. The competition closes at 12:00 (12pm) on Wednesday, 24 May 2017. Winners will be notified shortly thereafter via email. The prize is for 2 tickets to be awarded to one winner. The Judge’s decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.