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CapeWine 2022

October 5 - October 7

CapeWine is the flagship event for the South African wine industry, bringing together the largest number of South African wine producers in one space. The event attracts a global audience of wine professionals and is a must-visit for anyone involved with South African wines.

For 2022 the theme for CapeWine is centred around ‘sustainability 360’ which highlights the three core pillars of Place, People and Prosperity, combining the values of environmental awareness, social justice and long-term profitability for the industry. South Africa is a world leader in sustainable wine production and visitors to the show will be privy to the most recent advances, as well as getting insights into the numerous other programmes the industry has created to protect these values. In addition, there is a focus on the long history of winemaking in South Africa, going back over 360 years.

South Africa is considered one of the world’s most exciting and dynamic wine producing nations and the show will give visitors the opportunity to see the latest developments, meet the winemakers and taste the exceptional quality. In addition, CapeWine 2022 will have daily themed tastings and seminars, alongside the main event, to drill down into the key stories around South African wines.

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Details

Start:
October 5
End:
October 7
Event Category:
Event listing / booking page:
https://www.capewine2022.com/

Venue

Cape Town International Convention Centre
CTICC (Cape Town International Convention Centre) Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa,

Organising Company

Wines of South Africa
Contact Name
Deidre Cloete
Contact Telephone Number
+27 21 883 3860
Contact Email
deidre@iafrica.com

Other

Trade/Press Only?
Trade & Press only