Once a year, all manner of wine lovers and food enthusiasts gather for an event that tantalises all the senses. Noble Vice is a one-day, all-inclusive boutique wine and food celebration that takes a dynamic new approach. Six iconic chefs and 30 handpicked winemakers come together to create an unrivalled tasting experience.
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A key objective is to showcase the very best food and wine that Western Cape has to offer. Hosted by the Neigbourgoods Market, the event consists of live and demonstrative, engaging and interactive activities all coming together for a bountiful feast. The winemakers on hand offer tastings of their essential selection, while each chef creates a single menu course in their signature style, paying homage to the terroir and tastes of the province.
Chefs featured in this year’s event include Wesley Randles (The Shortmarket Club), Chris Erasmus (Foliage), David Schneider (Chefs Warehouse at Maison), André Hill and Henry Vigar (Upper Bloem), Callie Louw (Southern Smoke) and winemaker-turned-chef Bertus Fourie, who is launching his new brand ASADOR.
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A dynamic lineup of musicians will be performing throughout the day, providing entertainment for patrons. This is the second Nobel Vice and if it is anything like the previous year, you’re in for a treat.
The event takes place at Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock, Cape Town, on Sunday 9 September 2018. Tickets are limited to 500 – get yours online at Quicket. For more information, visit Noble Vice, or see their Facebook page.