Get ready to delight your taste buds at this year’s Good Food and Wine Show. With only two shows left in Durban and Gauteng, make sure that you don’t miss out on the action. You can sample some of the most popular wines of South Africa at this event. From wine racks to local produce, there is a selection of goods to browse through at the show. If you love food and are passionate about good wine, this is the event for you. To secure your admission for the 2015 Food and Wine show look for a ticket on Junk Mail. Junk Mail is a great platform to sell your ticket if you can no longer attend the event. You can also find wine racks for sale online.
When it comes to the Good Food and Wine Show Johannesburg has an exciting line up. The general admission ticket provides one visitor entrance into the venue. In Gauteng tickets are priced at R130 for adults and R110 for children who are between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. A discounted ticket of R110 is offered to pensioners and children between the ages of 7 to 12 years old pay R50 for entrance. For the Durban Food and Wine Show, tickets are priced at R90 for adults and R80 for children who are between the ages of 13 and 18 years old. Pensioners get in for R80 while admission is R40 for children who are between the ages of 7 and 12 years old. Theatre tickets do not include entrance to the food and wine show.
You can sample a wide range of tasty wines at the 2015 show and there is a fee of R30 per wine tasting glass which comes with five tasting coupons. The venues are wheelchair accessible and there is ample guest parking nearby. If you need to draw cash, there is an ATM situated inside the show venue.
The event takes place from 23 to 26 July in Gauteng. John Torode is one of the main attractions at the 2015 show. John Torode is a judge on the UK MasterChef, an author as well as a restaurateur. With extensive experience on cooking shows and in the restaurant industry, John has in-depth knowledge on how to prepare food according to current trends. Visitors can also look forward to seeing Adriano Zumbo whose passion for sweet treats was fuelled during his pastry apprenticeship. Since then he has appeared on Masterchef Australia. Don’t miss out on seeing Tom Parker Bowles who is a renowned chef and TV personality. His achievements include columns in the Tatler Magazine as well as co-presenting on Market Kitchen. Another highlight is an appearance by Siba Mtongana who is a renowned freelance writer and celebrity chef. She has featured on the TV program Siba’s Table. Other note-worthy personalities who will make an appearance at the Good Food and Wine show include Brent Owens, Jenny Morris and Reza Mahammad.
Not only does the Good Food and Wine Show showcase well-known chefs, there are also interactive feature areas. With craft beers and tasty wines as well as cakes and food, there is something for everyone at this year’s show. Couples should make sure they stop by at the Romancing the Stove interactive cooking lessons. The Health Hub with Lisa Raleigh is also worth a visit. You can browse a range of chutneys and sauces at Speciality Street.
The Durban Food and Wine show will take place at the Durban Exhibition Centre from the 30 October to 1 November. The feature areas at the Durban show will include an Interactive cooking theatre where guests can have a practical experience with well-known cooks. The Nutrition Revolution feature is a great place to increase your knowledge about healthy eating. If you want to buy quality products from local producers, head to the Speciality Street. Another feature which is worth a visit is the Art of Wine. This feature includes a wine tour. For guests with a sweet tooth the Brilliant Sweet and Decadent feature is not to be missed.
The Good Food and Wine Show boasts an exciting line-up and there are plenty of interesting exhibitors at this year’s event. With interactive features and a variety of delicious food for sale, the show is great for the whole family. Whether you want to increase your knowledge of the different wines which are available in South Africa or you want to get inspiration for cooking, the Food and Wine Show promises not to disappoint.
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