Look forward to a phlethora of smells, sights, sounds and tastes as Franschhoek comes to Johannesburg this August with the inaugural Franschhoek Food & Wine Festival at Montecasino.
For the weekend of 28 to 30 August visitors in and around Gauteng will be able to tickle their taste buds with four of SA’s Culinary Capital’s finest restaurants, as well as 15 of the valley’s top wine farms. Adding extra French flair Franschhoek’s chocolatiers, pâtissiers
and cheese-producers will provide an authentic gastronomic and sensory experience.
Expect to see the following Franschhoek establishments at what promises to become a social calendar highlight:
Restaurants, Cheese Producers and Chocolatiers
- Boschendal Restaurant & Deli
- Bread & Wine
- Foliage Restaurant
- Fromage de France
- Grande Provence Estate – The Restaurant
- Huguenot Fine Chocolates
- Paulina’s Restaurant at Rickety Bridge
- Pierneef à La Motte
- Anthonij Rupert Wyne
- Black Elephant Vintners
- Boekenhoutskloof Winery
- Chamonix Wines
- Grande Provence Estate
- Haute Cabrière – the home of Pierre Jourdan
- La Bri
- La Motte
- Lynx Wines
- Morena (Franschhoek Pass Winery)
- Rickety Bridge Winery
- Stony Brook
Completing the perfect wine and culinary experience the Johannesburg Symphonic Orchestra will keep visitors entertained with their velvety notes.
Tickets are priced from R150 per person and can be purchased directly from www.itickets.co.za. For more details visit www.franschhoekfoodandwinefestival.co.za or facebook/franschhoekfoodandwinefestival and @FHKFoodWineFest.