Cape Town’s very first #InnerCityWineRoute

Together with Fine Wine Events, Tuning the Vine 2015 presents another hip urban wine adventure, this time as Cape Town’s very first #InnerCityWineRoute!

After an exciting 2014 launch event at The Lookout, Tuning the Vine 2015 takes to the hippest streets in Cape Town, linking some of the City’s most exciting venues through a curated mid-week wine adventure – stretching from vibey Bree Street to sassy Wale Street.

On Wednesdays 7 October, 11 November & 9 December 2015, from 5.30pm to 9.30pm, city slickers will be able to walk from one venue to the next – finding a unique wine experience at every stop along the route.

The participating venues on this epic mid-week wine adventure include Youngblood Art and Culture Gallery, Dorrance Wine Cellar, Signal Hill Winery, Streetfood, Publik Wine Bar, Weinhaus & Biergarten, House of Machines, Bocca, Tjing Tjing Torii and Rooftop Bar, the Gin Bar, the Reserve Wine Vault at the Taj, Mint and the Twankey Bar! See the wine route map on the home page.

What’s on and price

Access to the #InnerCityWineRoute adventure will cost R150 and tickets can be purchased via Quicket. For R150 you will receive a glass, have access to tasting wine across all our route venues and participate in crash courses and cellar talks on a first come first served basis. Ticket purchased on the day will cost R175.

Awesome extras

You can also book a Sommelier Taste Tour for extra R100 per person. This guided wine adventure suited to your tastebuds, lasts for about 45 minutes and is sure to lead you to new wines and new wine stories you will love.

And you can indulge your senses with a fabulous sommelier-led food and wine pairing Taste Theatre experience at Tjing Tjing Tori for an additional R200 per person.

It will be essential to book for these exclusive experiences as tickets are limited.

Producers who want to exhibit at this exciting wine adventure can download the exhibitor info document and order form the EXHIBIT page on our website.


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