The Wine Route comes to Parkhurst’s 4th Avenue

Longing for the wine route but stuck in Johannesburg traffic? Your wine dreams are about to become reality as 4th Avenue in Parkhurst will be transformed into a wine paradise when Tuning the Vine comes to Johannesburg on the 1st of March. 

More than 20 producers will set up stands along the popular street and will offer tastings to ticket holders - can we say yum?!

Launched in 2015 in Cape Town, Tuning the Vine has grown into a popular event which draws crowds of wine-lovers to the popular Bree Street where restaurants hosts pop-up wine routes in the city. 

The event will see Johannesburg restaurants and stores such as The Art Room, Bottega Cafe, Bistro Vine, Classic Bond, Vovo Telo, Yume Sushi, Craft, Cafe del Sol TRE, Dry Dock Liquour, Coobs, The Beautiful Life Store, Hudsons The Burger Joint and White House Interiors, take part in the wine route starting at 6pm and running until 9pm, after which food will be on offer at the participating restaurants.  

| Image via Tuning the Vine |

You will fine wine farms such as Steenberg, Waterford, Hermanuspietersfontein, Vondeling, Genevieve, Kleinood, Beaumont, Oldenburg, Jordan, Idiom, Waverley Hills, Strandveld, Zevenwacht, Spier, The Drift, Durbanville Hills, Boschendal, Montpellier and Survivor Wines taking part in Tuning the Vine’s Johannesburg event.

Tickets to Tuning the Vine in Parkhurst cost R250 per person and can be bought online at Quicket, or from The Art Room and White House Interiors. 

Prior to the event, revellers will collect a map, tasting glass and a wristband that acts as a passport for tastings at each of the participating venues.

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