Save the date! Don’t miss a Plett weekend dedicated to the finer things in life, all wrapped up for you at the sun-drenched and sparkling Central Beach in Plettenberg Bay.
Hosted by Plett Tourism Association, it is the fifth festival dedicated to wine, bubbles and the finer things in life. Wear something sexy, like a smile. Experience the blue skies, chin-chin and make seaside memories.
Here are five reasons we feel you really shouldn’t miss the Plett Wine & Bubbly Festival this year:
1. The festival is on Plett’s Central Beach
The Festival takes place on the edge of Plett’s popular Central Beach, one of the most beautiful in the country. With spectacular backdrop views across the bay of Robberg and the Tsitsikamma Mountains, it’s a unique opportunity to experience boutique wines from the region.
2. Plett’s award-winning wines
Relatively new to the wine industry, Plett’s first vineyards were planted 17 years ago. You can taste the products from ten of Plett’s wine farms at the Festival – Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Rosé and plenty of Méthode Cap Classique. You can chat to the wine makers and taste their award winning wines at the Festival.
3. Tastes of Plett
What would good wine and bubbly be without delicious food? The Festival pairs some of Plett’s most iconic restaurants to bring a truly Plett taste sensation to the festival. Eat local and drink local with artisan cheeses, charcuterie and breads, sushi, savouries and of course – beautiful, succulent cultivated oysters.
- Swirl, Sip & Savour at the Plett Wine Theatre
Join us on the Sunday for wine aficionados sessions with our Wine Guest of Honours; previous year’s presenters include Pieter Ferriera “Mr Bubbles” from Graham Beck Wines and wine columnist and enthusiast Peter Bishop “Pee Bee”.
- Live Entertainment
Local DJ’s and musicians are ready to impress with a national headliner to keep you rocking.
Visit www.pletttourism.com, follow us on FB or phone +27 (0)44 533 4065. Tickets will be available online with Quicket or can be purchased from the Plett Tourism office from end July, 2018.