South Africa Wine Grand Tasting Returns to Nigeria this July

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A one day event opened to 18years plus, designed to showcase quality wines from over 25 wine producers and over 200 wine brands to hold this weekend

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Wines of South Africa Grand Tasting is returning to Nigeria at the Federal Palace Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos on Saturday July 18, 2015. This event coincides with the Nelson Mandela Day which is celebrated around the globe.

The one day event which is opened to 18years plus, is designed to showcase quality wines from over 25 wine producers and over 200 wine brands from different regions in the Cape Wineland of South Africa. Guests are expected to trade, taste and attend the exclusive South Africa Wine course, which must be pre-registered.  The wine course will be led by Wine Advisor, Brad Coetzer, from renowned education company, Beverage Intelligence. The course is opened to only Trade businesses such as importers, distributors, hotels F& B managers, retailers, portfolio managers, gourmet and brand reporters and general food and beverage service provider.

The annual event is now established as a platform that delivers an up-market audience in a very prestigious environment. The grand tasting event aims to create awareness for the South African category in the Nigerian market; the 12th largest

Guests are requested to ready their taste buds and experience the beauty of South Africa in a glass, while wine producers entertain their questions leaving them better informed about South African Wines”.

Wines of South Africa (WOSA) represents all South African wine producers who export their products. WOSA, was established in its current form in 1999, has over 500 producers on its database, comprising all the major South African wine exporters. It is constituted as a not-for-profit company and is totally independent of any producer or wholesaling company. It is also independent of any government department, although it is recognised by government as an Export Council.

The trade event is being put together and coordinated by Spronks Creations Ltd, the organisers of the Nigeria Wine and Spirit Festival now Nigeria International Wine and Spirit Fair.

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