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Wine show visits Menlyn Park

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Menlyn Park Shopping Centre will be hosting the first TOPS at SPAR wine show in Pretoria later this month.

The Greatest Show Unearthed will have a burlesque vintage theme and will feature hundreds of fine-wine exhibitors, edu-taining activities and fabulous food.

Since its inception in 2006, the Greatest Show Unearthed has become the fastest-growing consumer wine exhibition in South Africa. With the corks already pulled on 11 shows in Johannesburg and 14 others across the country this year, this TOPS at SPAR outing at Menlyn Park Shopping Centre will be the first in Pretoria.

Part of the show will be two great wine theatres, the first a series of interactive tasting talks hosted by industry experts and wine personalities, and the second the new Supertaster Theatre, with the Cape Wine Academy presenting some great topics, including “A Symphony of Sauvignon Blancs” and “Shirazzmatazz”.

Visitors can vote for their favourite wine producer in the People’s Choice Awards, and a case of wine is up for grabs to a lucky entrant.

Tickets are available for R160 or at the door for R180. The price includes a map to the show and a tasting glass, all tastings, and access to both wine theatres. The Greatest Show Unearthed will be open from 17:00 to 21:00 on Thursday and Friday, 25 and 26 August, and from 12:00 to 21:00 on Saturday 27 August.

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