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Dearest Bubbly Lovers,
The 2010 vintage has been a hit with our loyal clients and become a favourite to the many newcomers, we’ve received 4* in the Platter Guide 2013, our intent to make top quality, elegant and delicious bubbly is starting to show and receive recognition.
Some tastings coming up if you wish to pop along and join us for a glass in December:
• 20th December: 16:00-19:00 Vino Pronto 44 Orange Street Gardens Cape Town
• 28th December: 16:00 – 19:00 Wine Concepts Kloof Street
• 29th December: 11:00 – 13:00 Wine @ the Mill, Old Biscuit Mill Woodstock Cape Town.
Need to stock up on Genevieve MCC, have a look at stockists page.
Wishing you are all a very good festive season and may 2013 bring you success, good health and plenty Genevieve MCC!
Taj Cape Town present Expressions of Walker Bay/Overberg, Elim and Bot River for the month of August
This is where Genevieve MCC will be on Thursday 26th July!
Our “Expressions of…” launch evening on the 26th July begins at 18h00 with a private wine tasting, followed by a 4–course dinner with paired wines at 19h00 for 19h30.
R350 per person including mineral water and parking at the adjacent Mandela Rhodes Place.
Wines featured on the night will be available for off-consumption purchase at Cellar Door prices through our newly opened Wine Kiosk which is open seven days a week.
For more information: Phone: 021 819 2000 Email : email@example.com www.tajcapetown.co.za
The latest wine tasting and dinner pairing is scheduled for 29 September 2011 and includes wines from Genevieve MCC, Iona Wines, La Motte, Paul Cluver and Steenberg .
Guests can attend the afternoon wine tasting or join winemakers for a four-course dinner, or do both. And if you’d like to spend the night at the luxury Taj Cape Town, we are offering a special bed-and-breakfast rate. Contact the Taj Cape Town for more details at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us on +27 (0)21 819 2000.
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A restaurant in Maputo; 4 hour working weeks; cool music; champagne in the mornings and a very interesting claim to fame!!