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Feeste | Festivals

Feeste | Festivals


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The Cape Town Folk and Acoustic Music Festival
2011-12-07
The Cape Town Folk and Acoustic Music Festival CTICC, Cape Town Saturday 10 December Tickets: R180 at www.webtickets.co.za or R200 at the door 18 Top South African artists: Ard Matthews, Steve Newman, Farryl Purkiss, Rory Eliot, Brian Finch, Guy Buttery, Christine Weir and Julie Blundell, Janie Bay, Gavin Minter, Louise Day, Tombstone Pete, Andrew James and Steady Tiger, John Ellis, Diesel Vanilla, Machineri, Gary Thomas, Natasha Meister, Jack Mantis. Real Wired Music, creators of Vintage Sundays...

Boekbedonnerd 2011: Bookends
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-04
The first session I attended at the Boekbedonnerd festival demonstrated, very poignantly, why events like these are so important. The speaker was Mongane Wally Serote, and the talk was devoted for a large part to the debate around the inclusion of the names of SADF Soldiers on the monument at Freedom Park. Serote was an inspiring speaker: intelligent, sensitive and warm, and highly aware of the complexities of the theme he was addressing. At the end of his talk, when the floor was opened for questions,...

This is not a status update: The most extraordinary moments at Boekbedonnerd IV
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-04
I made a deliberate decision to avoid Facebook while I was at the Boekbedonnerd festival, because of my theory. My theory is that Facebook works like a drug: a quick status update fulfils the immediate need to do something creative. You feel like you’ve made something, written something, had a little exhibition. But very few status updates are actually art, and no status update can really replace the rush of writing an actual poem or a story. But some things are just so extraordinary and...

Boekbedonnerd 2011: Book Town Richmond
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-04
Richmond is a small town in the middle of everywhere. 821 km from Johannesburg and 720 km from Cape Town, Richmond's claim to fame is its status as a book town. The little village has 13 bookshops, and the town's website explains exactly why Richmond was a great choice for a book town. With the Boekbedonnerd festival Richmond comes alive - accommodation providers welcome streams of tourists to town; the three restaurants are filled with lively conversation; locals seize the opportunity to...

Die lang pad na Richmond – ’n logboek-inskrywing
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-04
Donderdag 27 Oktober 2010. 9 vm. Kaapstad. Geliefde, notaboek, kamera, padkos, pen en skoon onderklere ingepak. Vertrek (’n halfuur laat) van die huis af, gooi R523,76 se brandstof in by die Total in Observatory. Olie, water, bande – check. Ry 14 km na die huis van Albie Sachs. Pak Albie se sak, tas, kussing en hoed by ons bagasie in die kattebak. Vertrek (nou byna ’n uur laat) seelangs N1 toe. Noord se kant toe. Richmond toe. Geliefde bestuur eerste, oë plus-minus...

Boekbedonnerd Dagboek: 29 Oktober 2011
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-04
Liewe DagboekGister was Pep se verjaarsdag, vandag verjaar my ma. Ek moet onthou om haar te sms, maar nie nou nie – amper laat vir die eerste sessie en ek weet daar gaan min sitplek wees: dis nie aldag dat Antjie Krog in Richmond uitslaan nie. Ek is reg ... baaaaaaaaie mense. Antjie het reeds ’n hoop boeke op die vloer neergesit en begin hulle deurwerk, Engelses eerste. Sy lees uit Begging to be Black en eindig met iets waarmee ek identifiseer: "Once again poetry has...

Boekbedonnerd 2011: Dagboek – 28 Oktober
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-04
Liewe Dagboek Dis die eerste dag van Boekbedonnerd IV en ek is effe bedonnerd want ek het jou by die huis vergeet. Nou skryf ek in hierdie R3-notaboek wat ek eerste-ding vanoggend by Pep gekoop het. (Dis Richmond Pep se verjaarsdag en op die vloer by die ingang is ’n klein tradisionele fees uitgelê. Daar is ook ’n sangoma wat besig is om die winkel te bless. En baie blou en geel balonne. O wye en vreemde, vreemde land.) Dis 9-uur (presies op tyd) en die eerste spreker is Mongane...

Boekbedonnerd 2011: Film
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-03


Boekbedonnerd 2011: Visual art
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-03
With the transformation of Richmond from book town to picture book town, there was a pronounced focus on the visual arts at this year’s festival. Modern Art Projects put on exhibitions by prominent South African artists Roger Ballen and Abrie Fourie, and exhibited selected works by Jan van der Merwe and Gordon Froud, among others. Mural artists Mike Norris and Louise Gershie launched the picture book town project, each painting a mural on the side of the Guild Hall. Mike Norris...

Boekbedonnerd IV: Die skrif aan die muur
Bibi Slippers - 2011-11-03


Boekbedonnerd 2011: Sketchbook | Sketsboek
Eckhard Cloete - 2011-11-03
Eckhard Cloete’s doodles tell the Boekbedonnerd story in 6000 words. Lina Spies on The Diary of Anne Frank Marie Heese on some of the more recognisable features of the main character in her novel The Double Crown Festival organiser Darryl David with the troublesome microphone Albert Troskie delivered a talk on the pipe organ heritage of South Africa. The only festival-goer to upstage Antjie Krog was a dog in eccentric...

Chris Chameleon nuwe Ingrid Jonker-produksie by Cultivaria
2011-10-25
Untitled Document Chris Chameleon aanbieding by Cultivaria Fees: Nuwe Ingrid Jonker musiek-teater produksie “Klank van jou oë” Datum: Saterdag 29 Oktober: 19h00 Plek: Paarl Monument Amphitheatre Kaartjies: R100–R160 Bespreek by Computicket Chris Chameleon se eerste aanbieding van sy nuwe Ingrid Jonker musiek- teaterproduksie “Klank van Jou oë”was verlede week met groot lof ontvang by Aardklop 2011. Die optredes was baie goed bygewoon en “Klank van jou...

Gedigte in die Goudstad: Melville Poetry Festival
René Bohnen - 2011-10-21
Untitled Document Op Saterdag 15 Oktober was gedigte in die Goudstad gratis. Veel liefliker nog: hulle was ook vry. Plakkaat vir die uitstalling van Hans Pienaar se werk en Charl-Pierre Naudé se metafoorposse Sypaadjieverse met hart en ritme Die Melville Poetry Festival het afgeskop op die hoek van Sewende Straat en Vierde Laan. Op soek na parkering toe ek daar aankom, het luide gejuig en lewendige tromspel aangekondig dat die gees reeds hoog loop. Die strate...

Poetry Africa on tour in Cape Town
Bibi Slippers - 2011-10-20
Untitled Document On the first page of the Poetry Africa 2011 programme an invocation derived from the words of Colombian poet Fernando Rendón informs readers: An exultant wave of poetry is moving through the world, linking people who attend the same desire, the same aspiration to take the challenge of the great transformations of the spirit, building a gesture, an openness to all the changes and disruptions needed to establish a new life in this world. On Saturday, 15th October, this exultant...

Organisers celebrate a successful Festival of Lights
2011-10-19
Untitled Document Photo: Mark Straw This year's FNB Gauteng Diwali Festival of Lights was celebrated with a bang as Newtown was illuminated by a fiesta of fireworks on Saturday night. The show, was a kaleidoscope of music, brightly-hued costumes, singing and dancing, as more than 15000 visitors made their way to Mary Fitzgerald Square for the annual celebration this weekend. The theme of this year's FNB Gauteng Diwali festival was “Light up the World”. It was...

Boekbedonnerd IV: Final Programme
2011-10-19
Untitled Document Boekbedonnerd IV is happening in Richmond from 27–29 October 2011! Thursday 27 October 9:00–9.30 Official opening: Darryl David – from booktown to picture-book town 9.30–10.00 Yvonne du Toit Documentary – Tretchikoff: The People’s Painter 10.00–10.45 Deon Meyer – 7 dae 10.45–11.15 Tea 11.15–12.00 Obie Oberholzer – Diesel & Dust 12.00–13.00 Ivan Vladislavic...

Cultivaria kunstefees
2011-10-17
Untitled Document Cultivaria kunstefees Paarl amfiteater, Paarl 27–30 Oktober Die jaarlikse Cultivaria kunstefees aangebied in samewerking met Drakenstein Munisipaliteit vind vanjaar vanaf 27–30 Oktober in die Paarl plaas en feesgangers kan uitsien na ’n splinternuwe voorkoms en die hele feesterrein verskuif na die geskiedkundige Paarl Amfiteater op Paarlberg. Vanjaar se Cultivaria skop weereens af op ’n glansryke noot met die tradisionele Bovril buitelug langtafel....

Inkopie-flirtasie by Feesidees
2011-10-17
Feesidees Simondium Country Lodge 26–30 Oktober Toegang: R20 (gratis toegang vir kinders) Die jaarlikse Feesidees mark by Simondium Country Lodge tussen Paarl en Franschhoek trek vanjaar sexy skoentjies aan vir ’n inkopie-ervaringsondergelyke. Vanaf 26–30 Oktober 2011 word hierdiegrasieusegastehuisomtower in ’n feestelike skatkis met ’n gesellige, tog gesofistikeerde Franse straatkafee atmosfeer. Meer as 120 uitstallers sal jou kooplus aanwakker met unieke en eksklusiewe...

The Melville Poetry Festival Showcase kicks off this Saturday
2011-10-14
Untitled Document The Melville Poetry Festival 7th Street, Melville, Johannesburg Friday October 14th and Saturday October 15th Tickets: R15 (students) and R30 (adults) The first Melville Poetry Festival Showcase is happening this Friday and Saturday, with an exciting line up of poets writing in all languages set to read and perform their work. Over 30 poets will be gathering for the festival, with readings, panel discussions, exhibitions, book launches and music taking place at different...

Kom vier plaaslike kunstenaars en -talent by die Karnaval van die Kunste
2011-10-11


Fiona Ramsay in conversation with Janet van Eeden about her new role in Sailing Somewhere
Janet van Eeden - 2011-09-30
Review by JvE At this year’s Hilton Festival, Fiona Ramsay, always a favourite performer of mine, performed in the world premiere of Sailing Somewhere written by Matthew Hurt. It is directed by Vanessa Cooke and features Tony Bentel on the piano. The ingenious set design recreates the deck of a cruise ship, with a small alcove as Ramsay’s dressing room. It’s made up entirely of gauze backdrops. An aging singer in the Starlight Bar on board a cruise ship remembers the moments...

Mandisa Haarhof, creator of Crush-hopper, in conversation with Janet van Eeden
Janet van Eeden - 2011-09-30
Short review by JvE One of my favourite plays at the recent Hilton Arts Festival was the charming and touching Crush-hopper, Mandisa Haarhof’s semi-autobiographical story about coming to terms with her mixed heritage. This show won a Standard Bank Ovation award at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival and Haarhof won the Musho Festival’s Audience for Best Performer earlier this year. Quite rightly so. This former student of mine has been trying to articulate her complicated background...

Open Book-verslag: Poësie van lirieke
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-30
Hier is ’n belangrike brokkie inligting vir dié wat dit nog nie weet nie: Computicket bring nie deeltekens op hulle kaartjies aan nie. Toe ek ná die bekendstelling van Leon de Kock se boek Bad Sex skarrel om betyds by die Fugard-teater te wees vir die volgende geleentheid (Poësie van Lirieke, sonder die deeltekens) het ek begin dink dat die literêre fees dalk ontaard het in ’n ander tipe feestelikheid. Feestelik was die Poësie van Lirieke bepaald, maar...

Open Book-verslag: Die begin en einde van die roman
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-28
Met apologie aan Billy Collins. Die begin Dit begin in die Fugard Studio, beslis een van die mooiste teaterruimtes in Kaapstad. Dit begin met ’n leë verhoog, en met mense wat drupsgewys indrentel. Dit begin wanneer die ligte die agterste muur pers kleur, wanneer drie van ons land se grootste outeurs die verhoog bestyg en in die kollig gaan sit. Saam met hulle sit een van ons mees begaafde letterkundiges, hier om die gesprek aan die gang te sit. Aan die heel begin word die gehoor en skrywers...

Fotoverslag: Versindaba 2011
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-27
Die jaarlikse Versindaba is op Vrydag 23 en Saterdag 24 September op Stellenbosch gehou. Hierdie jaar se tema, Roer die snare, het in ’n wye verskeidenheid items opslag gevind, en besoekers is getrakteer tot ’n smorgasbord digterlike woorde en gesprekke oor die digkuns. Die program het Vrydagaand afgeskop met die DJ Opperman-gedenklesing, gelewer deur Lina Spies. Spies het “God, die magtige magneet: die religieuse motief in die poësie van DJ Opperman” as haar onderwerp...

Versindaba 2011: Digtersgala
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-27
Die Versindaba 2011 Digtersgala was ’n spoggerige geleentheid, en het vanjaar by Lanzerac Hotel en Spa plaasgevind. Gaste het vooraf en na afloop van die verrigtinge heerlik gesmul aan pikante happies wat deur Lanzerac verskaf is. Valiant Swart het gesorg vir ’n tikkie musikale magic, en 7 digters het uit hul werk voorgelees. Akteurs Marlo Minnaar en Joanie Combrinck het verse voorgelees van TT Cloete, Breyten Breytenbach, MM Walters, Hennie Aucamp, Joan Hambidge, Mari Grobler, Louis...

Versindaba 2011: Chris Chameleon en Louise Viljoen gesels (oa) gedigte, musiek en rugby
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-26
Chris Chameleon het tydens vanjaar se Versindaba ’n insiggewende gesprek gehad met Louise Viljoen oor sy toonsettings van Ingrid Jonker se gedigte. Buiten die diep sake van woorde en musiek het Chameleon ook gereeld die gesprek in die rigting van rugby geswaai. Jip. Bokke! Chris Chameleon en Louise Viljoen praat oor gedigte, musiek en (natuurlik) rugby. Die gesprek het geraak aan die proses wat Chameleon volg om die gedigte te toonset, asook sy belangstelling...

Open Book Festival Verslag 4: Wysheid met die grysheid
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-22
Untitled Document Ek is nie heeltemal oortuig dat almal wys word met die gryswordslag nie. So het ek byvoorbeeld op 21 reeds my eerste grys haar gehad, met min (goed, géén) teken van die wysheid wat toe al sigbaar was nie. Vandag is ek baie grys, maar nog steeds nie baie wys nie. “Wysheid met die grysheid”, ’n voorlesing deur Peter Snyders, Hennie Aucamp en Johann Nel (van MM Walters se werk), het nie veel gedoen om my te oortuig nie. Peter...

Open Book Festival Report 3: A whale of a time
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-22
Untitled Document Henrietta Rose-Innes’s latest novel, Nineveh, was launched in the Iziko Museum’s Whale Well on Wednesday afternoon as part of the Open Book Literary Festival in Cape Town. Although Nineveh of the title refers to a Cape Town residential estate and not the Biblical Nineveh, I couldn’t help smiling at the Jonah connotation – you know, the guy who got swallowed by a whale when he was meant to be on his way to, um, Nineveh? Besides being the (temporary) home...

Open Book Festival Report 2: Straight from the horses’ mouths
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-22
The Fugard Theatre played host to a panel discussion about the publishing industry in South Africa, chaired by Mervyn Sloman from The Book Lounge. Terry Morris from Pan Macmillan Frederik de Jager from Umuzi, Colleen Higgs from Modjadji, Veronica Klipp from Wits University Press, Alison Lowry from Penguin and Terry Morris from Pan Macmillan started the discussion by telling the audience some good news about the publishing industry today. Their reasons to be cheerful included...

Open Book Festival Report 1: Forthcoming attractions
Bibi Slippers - 2011-09-21
Untitled Document Chris van Wyk I should have recognised Chris van Wyk when I saw him in the Townhouse Hotel on the first morning of the Open Book Festival in Cape Town, but I didn’t. He asked for directions to Lobby Books and I gave him some, but being sort of lost myself, I don’t think they were any good. When I found him a little while later (not very far from where I had left him), looking somewhat lost, I offered to walk with him, seeing that I was heading...

The Open Book Literary Festival is here
2011-09-15
One has to wonder whether the Sumerians knew they would be creating a world accessible to the privileged few when they invented writing in the 4th century BC. Organisers of the Open Book Festival think not. With 150 events over five days involving 100 authors, 25 of which are international writers at several venues throughout Cape Town’s fringe district, the Open Book Festival opens the literary world to all South Africans. It achieves this by ensuring there is something for everyone between...

Versindaba roer vanjaar die hartsnare!
2011-09-02
Die US Woordfees se Versindaba word vanjaar op 23 en 24 September op Stellenbosch aangebied. Van Suid-Afrika se voorste digterstemme klink op saam met dié van vars, jong talent. Die tema van vanjaar se Versindaba is “Roer die snare”. Hiermee word die musikale en liriese sy van Afrikaanse poësie uitgelig en poësieliefhebbers se harte aangeraak met ’n opwindende programaanbod. Hulde word gebring aan drie belangrike digterfigure: D.J. Opperman, Adam Small en Floris...

Elim Erfenisfees 2011
2011-08-25


US Woordfees Versindaba-program
2011-08-25
Untitled Document US Woordfees Versindaba Ouditorium, J.S. Gericke-biblioteek, Ou Hoofgebou, De Kelder, Lanzerac 23 en 24 September 2011 Toegang: R30 per sessie, tensy anders aangedui. Spesiale dagkaart (alle sessies): R120. Kaartjies: Woordfeeskantoor (kamer 615, Lettere-gebou, US-kampus), Protea Boekwinkel, Stellenbosch, of by deur. Telefoniese besprekings: 021 808 3513 Vrydag 23 September Lina Spies lewer die DJ Opperman-gedenklesing D.J. Opperman-gedenklesing God,...

Breytenbach-fees
2011-08-23


Literary Festival: Open Book Cape Town
Frankie Murrey - 2011-08-19
Open Book Cape Town is an annual literary festival, the first of which is happening from the 21st to the 25th September 2011. When Mervyn Sloman and Ben Williams started talking about it, they had in mind around 60 literary events over 5 days featuring about 15 top international as well as some of the best South Africans writing today. Due to the incredible support Open Book has received, that has now grown into a festival with close to 150 events, featuring almost 100 authors. There are three major...

Tulbagh Spring Arts Festival 2011
2011-08-16
Untitled Document The historic Cape Winelands town of Tulbagh is hosting a Spring Arts Festival over the weekend of 26-28 August 2011, celebrating the arts in all their varied forms. The festival also coincides with the spring wildflowers, which include several varieties of rare endemic bulbs that only flower in the Tulbagh valley. It is aimed at raising funds for the Tulbagh Community Gardens and Galgeheuwel Reserve initiative, which will create a public pleasure garden for the enjoyment of...

Mail & Guardian Literary Festival 2011
2011-08-11
Untitled Document Johannesburg's time has come – or at least its 125th birthday. Founded in October 1886, Jo'burg is the centrepiece for this year's M&G Literary Festival. It runs at the Market Theatre in Newtown, Johannesburg, from September 2 to 4. Under the title Five Quarters: Jo'burg at 125, the festival will focus on the city in the world, and the worlds in the city. The festival programme of panel discussions and readings examines the realities of living in Johannesburg as portrayed...

Midlands Literary Festival 2011
2011-08-02
Untitled Document Midlands Literary Festival 2011 Yellowwood in Howick 26 – 28 August 2011 The magical Midlands Meander will usher in spring with the 2nd Midlands Literary Festival from the 26 – 28 August at Yellowwood in Howick. And boy , do we have an august line up for you! At the time of going to press, our line up had all but been finalised, with only 5 places to be filled. What really excites me about this festival says Darryl David, founder of the festival, is the sheer depth...

Dolosfees
2011-07-27


Call for applications for National Arts Festival Committee
2011-07-27
Untitled Document Professionals who have a broad knowledge and experience of the arts sector are invited to apply to serve on the Festival Committee of the National Arts Festival. Applicants must be able to demonstrate that they possess: A specialist knowledge in theatre, music, dance and / or visual art and a reasonably good knowledge of inter-disciplinary trends in the arts sector. A strong network with key arts institutions across South Africa and a reasonably good relationship with key...

Silwerskerm Afrikaanse Filmfees tref Nu Metro-teaters in Augustus
2011-07-27
Untitled Document Nasionale Afrikaanse Filmfees Nu Metro-teaters regoor Suid-Afrika 5 – 11 Augustus Kaartjies: R20 Besprekings: www.computicket.com Die Suid-Afrikaanse filmbedryf is een van die oudstes in die wêreld, en veral die Afrikaanse rolprent het ’n ryk en interessante geskiedenis. Daar was tydperke van geweldige groei en ongelooflike films. Ons beleef nou weer so ’n bloeitydperk en daarom het kykNET, saam met Nu Metro, besluit om die eerste Nasionale Afrikaanse Filmfees...

National Book Week 2011
2011-07-19
Untitled Document National Book Week 2011 Countrywide 5 – 10 September With the aim of promoting and sharing the joy of reading books, the South African Book Development Council (SABDC), in partnership with the Department of Arts and Culture, is proud to announce National Book Week 2011 (NBW), which is scheduled to run countrywide from 5-10 September. With only 14% of South Africans being active book readers, and a mere 5% of parents reading to their children, National Book Week is an...

Aansoeke vir optrede by 2012 se US Woordfees nou oop
2011-07-19
Untitled Document Die US Woordfees wag aansoeke in vir woordkunstenaars wat in 2012 deel van dié besondere geleentheid op Suid-Afrika se kulturele kalender wil wees. In 2011 het dié snel groeiende fees meer as 71 000 feesbesoeke ontvang. 2012 se Woordfees vind plaas vanaf 2 tot 11 Maart. Die tema is “Groen”. ’n Aansoekvorm kan afgelaai word op die Woordfees se webwerf (www.woordfees.co.za). Indien belangstellendes ’n aansoekvorm in Word-formaat wil hê,...

Smaller motifs from the National Arts Festival 2011
Anton Krueger - 2011-07-14
Untitled Document On July 9th I wrote a slightly ponderous article for Cue on the historical themes present in many of the shows at the Grahamstown festival this year, and then another, even more ponderous item on the 10th about authenticity and indigenous dance; but there were also a number of smaller motifs which seemed to recur in the shows I saw. For example, there was also a motif I spotted of guys taking their shirts off – from Jamie Bartlett in Death of aforementioned Colonialist,...

Waterkloof vuur en vlam vir 2011 Stellenbosch Wynfees en Wynweek
2011-07-13
Untitled Document Waterkloof wynproelokaal Stellenbosch Wynweek en -Wynfees: Waterkloof Waterkloof wynproelokaal 23 – 31 Julie: 10h00 vir 17h00 Toegang: R70 Landgoed kóók met klassieke wyn-en-kos verlustigings by die kaggel Waterkloof, die indrukwekkende kelder buite Somerset-Wes wat spog met sy kontemporêre argitektuur en asemrowende arendsblik oor Valsbaai, smeul met intieme kos-en-wyn ervarings, knus by die kaggel in hul wynproelokaal, gedurende...

Stellenbosch wynplase open hul kelders tydens Stellenbosch Wynweek
2011-07-12
Untitled Document Warwick Wynplaas Stellenbosch Wynweek Paul Roos Sentrum 28 tot 31 Julie Besprekings: www.webtickets.co.za Jou amptelike kans om die beste van die Stellenbosch Wynlande te ervaar Die 150 plase wat lede is van die Stellenbosch American Express ® Wynroetes maak reg vir ’n vet vaatjie vol pret om hulle 40ste bestaansjaar en die 10de Stellenbosch Wynfees tydens die laaste week in Julie te vier. Die fees wat by die Paul Roos Sentrum vanaf 28 tot 31 Julie plaasvind, is...

Simonsig vonkel gedurende 2011 Stellenbosch Wynweek en Wynfees
2011-07-12
Untitled Document Simonsig proelokaal Simonsig Cap Classique ‘meestersklasse’ Van Niekerk Kamer, Simonsig landgoed 22 en 27 Julie Toegang: R350 (aandete ingesluit) Simonsig, ’n baanbreker as dit kom by Méthode Cap Classique, sal ekstra sprankel aan die 2011 Stellenbosch Wynweek en Stellenbosch Wynfees verleen, siende hierdie legendariese landgoed vanjaar die 40ste bestaansjaar van sy ikoniese Kaapse Vonkel herdenk. Simonsig vier hierdie mylpaal saam met die Stellenbosch...

Sensory pairings in Die Bergkelder in Stellenbosch Wine Week
2011-07-12
Untitled Document Die Bergkelder Pairings Die Bergkelder 22 – 30 July: 09h00 – 16h00 Cost: R30 Take your taste buds on a sensory journey at Die Bergkelder and experience award winning Fleur du Cap Unfiltered wines with indulgent delights in this famous “cellar in the mountain” from 22 to 30 July 2011 during Stellenbosch Wine Week. This week of winelands hospitality and untold cellar door encounters is an extension of the 10th Stellenbosch Wine Festival to be held at...


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