Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show Public Tasting 2011: This event will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) on the 9th of June 2011. Visitors will have the opportunity to taste around 90 of South Africa’s top wines as judged in the recent Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show in an informal showcase environment. This year the Trophy Wine Show celebrates a decade of bringing the country’s best to wine consumers. The highlight of the show is the Most Successful Producer Trophy. This trophy is awarded to the producer who has achieved the most medal winners picked from over 230 highly acclaimed Cape producers and the announcement of this adds to the general excitement of the public tastings annually. Visitos will be able to order wines at the show. Tickets are available via Computicket. The event starts at 5 PM on the day.
Encounters International Documentary Festival: This event is held at Nu Metro cinemas at the V&A Waterfront and the The Classic On Broadway in Long Street in Cape Town from the 9th of June to the 26h of June 2011. This event is South Africa’s only film festival devoted exclusively to documentaries. The Encounters International Documentary was first held in 1999. The event visits Johannesburg before it makes its appearance in Cape Town. The Encounters International Documentary Festival features screenings, panel discussions and workshops for aspiring film-makers. Encounters is the premier Documentary Festival on the African continent and a major event on the film circuit calendar. Documentary features are now a global phenomenon and this year filmgoers are offered an exceptional and varied selection of 50+ films. Documentaries have the power to take audiences into other worlds, hold a mirror up to humanity and lift the veil on our perceptions of ourselves and others. Click here for more info.
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