Wade Bales Cap Classique and Gin Affair

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A Wade Bales drinks event is always something special for those who love a top-end tipple or two. 

The next bash takes place on 6 & 7 October at the Grand Africa Café & Beach in Granger Bay, featuring superb sparkling wines and local craft gins. Tickets are selling out fast, so jump to it if you don’t want to miss out on this one! 

Spectacular views, great music and the feeling of sand between your toes, will make for a stylish and sophisticated experience.

The Wade Bales Cap Classique and Gin Affair promises over 50 of South Africa’s premium MCC’s (all made in the traditional Methode Champenoise style), with the likes of Graham Beck, Steenberg, Simonsig, Villiera, Krone, Constantia Uitsig and Silverthorn to name but a few.
Then taste and celebrate with the fastest growing spirit in the world, gin, with local producers present to share their knowledge and unique insights into what makes their particular tipple irresistible.

“We want to showcase the best South Africa has to offer and recognise the world-class quality produced in our country. This is the right time, the right place and the right people – and is going to be a celebration you don’t want to miss!” says Wade Bales. 

Dates: Friday 6 October 4-8 PM
Saturday 7 October 3-7 PM
Venue: The Grand Café & Beach, Granger Bay

Tickets are available via Quicket at R290 per person. This includes a complimentary Champagne glass, unlimited access to all MCC and gin products featured on the day, as well as 6 fresh oysters to round off the occasion. Additional Sushi and Pizza will be for sale on the day from The Grand.

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