South Africa’s flagship wine fair, CapeWine, returns in 2022

Wine of South Africa has confirmed that its flagship wine fair, CapeWine, will return in 2022, bringing together the largest number of wine producers in the country to a global audience.

CapeWine will return in 2022. (image: six decades of Pinotage with Higgo Jacobs, sommelier at Large)

The fair, organized in partnership with DHL Express for the third year, will be held in Cape Town from October 5-7, 2022. Discussions and events will focus on the theme “Sustainability 360”, highlighting South Africa‘s position in as a world leader in sustainable wine production, and looking in particular at the values ​​of environmental awareness, social justice and long-term profitability for the industry.

News of the return of the show is good news for the industry after a particularly difficult year for South African wine producers.

Focusing on South Africa’s position as an exciting and vibrant wine-producing nation, visitors will have the opportunity to see the latest developments and programs in place, meet winemakers and taste the exceptional quality. local wines.

In addition to the main events, there will be daily thematic tastings and seminars, which will delve deeper into the key stories emerging in South African wines.

Siobhan Thompson, CEO of Wines of South Africa, said the team is excited to welcome the global wine trade to South Africa next year.

“The past 18 months have been an eventful time for our producers, but at the same time we have seen so much support and enthusiasm for our wines. Our guests will not only experience the astonishing quality of our wines, but also indulge in the culinary experiences, beautiful landscapes and world-class tourism that form the backdrop to our wine industry.

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