Closed. WIN two sets of tickets to the Pinotage and Biltong Festival

I love pinotage. I also love biltong. If you do too, then make sure you enter to stand a chance to win a set of double tickets to the highly anticipated PInotage and Biltong Fest heading to the stunning Leriba Hotel in Centurion on the 14th and 15th of October.

With two of our country’s iconic products on show, visitors can be sure of a fantastic day of around 60 great wines paired with a range of biltong flavours and types from Billa’B & Co – Biltong Deli as well as related items like droëwors.  Billa’B & Co Biltong and all the wines are for sale and festival goers are invited to purchase directly from the wineries themselves.

The participating wineries are Altydgedacht, Beyerskloof, Delheim, Flagstone, Kaapzicht, Koelenhof, La Couronne, Lanzerac, L’Avenir, Mellasat, Overhex/Balance wines, Perdeberg, Rhebokskloof, Slanghoek, Simonsvlei, Van Loveren, Vriesenhof and Wellington Wines.

The event is family-friendly with live jazz by the Swing Cats Duo, meals in one of the restaurants on site or at the River Lapa complex,  and casual seating under the trees next to the river.  

This honestly sounds like heaven to me! To win a set of tickets to the value of R 440 per set, make sure you enter below!

  • Please note that tickets are for Sunday 15th October only.
  • Competition closes on Thursday 12th October 2017.

To enter, let me know why you are the biggest fan of Biltong and Pinotage in the whole wide world, and why you deserve to win!!

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12 Responses

  1. Donovan Butler says:

    I absolutely love the two most awesome things to come from a proudly South Africa, Pinotage and Biltong. The smell, the feel, and of course the taste is just oit of this world, just so heavenly. I would love to win tickets to take my beautiful fiancé to this awesome event hosted at Leriba Lodge.

  2. Koena Leso says:

    Pinotage was my introductory wine to the wine drinkers and still first in my taste buds. Snacking with biltong and down it with glass of pinotage will never go wrong. Most perfect place for me to enjoy pinotage and biltong is on the mountains camping around fire that my marvelous moment for this pair.

  3. Debbie R says:

    Hey, I’m a full-blooded South African, although living in Centurion, born in the Cape, a natural lover of Biltong & Pino, missing the vineyards, & visiting wine farms whenever in the area – therefor dying to attend the Pinotage and Biltong Festival, that’ll be my first – do I still need to explain myself for being THE biggest fan… ♥

  4. Lucian Rajah says:

    It’s a combination that isn’t supposed to work but does, I absolutely love it.

    I don’t deserve them but after all she’s done (at work and at home) my wife deserves them!

  5. Paul Hilton says:

    I ask you ………who is not a big fan of Biltong and Pinotage? I love the stuff. I believe the festival was made with me in mind.

  6. Raymond says:

    I’m the biggest Biltong & Pinotage fan because I’m proudly South African, just as Biltong & Pinotage is. And as they say, life’s too short to drink bad wine. I love it, & won’t leave it. Besides, I’m ageing better with it.

  7. Thapelo Mokgothu says:

    My wife is crazy about biltong and enjoys trying new type of wine. It would be an awesome way to spend a weekend afternoon

  8. Julie van Zyl says:

    my two favorite delicacies. Biltong is one of those things that everyone has their own opinion of how to salt, how to spice, how wet/dry it should be, etc. Pinotage, a wine of remarkable personality.

  9. Hemelton says:

    Oh my word ..October has been a rough month for me so far as I am going through retrenchment and might be leaving Centurion goimg back to Mpumalanga this would actually cheer me up to attend and make a remarkable memory of the city since Boschendal’s The Werf Butchery is bringing their Traditional Biltong and also to try their new flavors and take a few home.

  10. Hemelton says:

    October 10, 2017 at 10:23 pm
    Oh my word ..October has been a rough month for me so far as I am going through retrenchment and might be leaving Centurion goimg back to Mpumalanga this would actually cheer me up to attend and make a remarkable memory of the city since Boschendal’s The Werf Butchery is bringing their Traditional Biltong and also to try their new flavors and take a few home.

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