Wade Bales Wine & Malt Whisky Affair 2016
If you're a whisky enthusiast or vino-lover, then you'd best not miss out on the annually-held Wade Bales & Malt Whisky Affair 2016. This prestigious one-night-only event takes place on 6 May 2016 at the upscale African Pride Hotel.
A wide variety of wines and whiskies will be available for the tasting, catered to suit all palates - from the casual drinkers to the aficionados. Sticking true to previous years, organisers of the event will be focusing on over 100 hand-selected wines from South Africa's finest wineries, including Delaire Graaff Estate, Ernie Els, Rustenberg Wines and Vilafonte Wines.
Apart from the fine wines, whisky enthusiasts will have the opportunity to sample over 50 single malts from around the world. Back by popular demand are the crowd favourites, Bunnahabhain, Bruichladdich, Highland Park and The Macallan.
In between tastings, guests can take the time to relax and mingle with the experts of the grape and dram; learning the secrets of whisky and wine producing.
If you're interested to find out what's in your glass, download their free app, Free Wine23. The app will allow guest to learn more about the wines on show as well as rating, sharing and purchasing the wines that you enjoyed tasting.
If you're in the mood for a bit of bubbly, the opulent Murano Cap Classique Bar will be doling out tastings of Villiera's finest champagne.
There will also be a Taste and Buy Sales area available on the night, and all orders paid for at the show will get a 20% discount.
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