Robertson Wine Valley is hosting its 16th Wacky Wine Weekend from 7 to 9 June. With 30 wineries and tourism establishments from Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson in attendance, the event promises to delight the senses of all wine enthusiasts.
What to look forward to
Participating wineries will open their cellar doors and showcase their finest vintages in the Robertson Wine Valley. Savour award-winning wines with tours, pairings and interactive tastings by some exceptional winemakers.
Live music, fun activities for children and food stalls with hearty country cuisine complete a relaxed weekend with the region offering an idyllic backdrop.
For more info on participating wineries, visit the Wacky Wine Weekend festival website to tailor make your weekend – there’s something for everyone.
How to book
Weekend pass tickets are available online through Howler at R200pp and R150pp for pensioners. Kids under 18 enter for free.
Worried about driving? Leave the car behind and opt for local taxi and shuttle services. To find out more about the different transport options available, visit the festival website.
Make a weekend out of it and spend an evening (or two) in the Robertson Wine Valley. Visit the festival’s website or take a look at our list of Country Escapes in the area.
What you could win
Robertson Wine Valley has given us two weekend passes to the Wacky Wine Festival as well as R600 worth of wine to give away to one lucky reader.
How to enter
Simply answer the question below and complete the entry form.
Question: How old is the Wacky Wine Weekend this year?
Unfortunately this competition is now closed. Keep an eye on website for more giveaways coming soon.
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This competition closes on 20 May 2019 at midnight.
A journalist by trade, features writer on occasion and now the digital editor of SA Country Life. The first chance she gets, Leigh will tell you about a podcast she was recently listening to and how you simply have to make the move from radio. In a previous life, she once taught English on Jeju which left her with an insatiable craving for kimchi.