The popular wine trade show, CapeWine, is back, bigger and better than ever, after being pushed back by the COVID-19 pandemic. Marking the 10th anniversary of South Africa’s premier trade event.
It showcases the various brands and varieties of wines that are available in South Africa, along with the technological trends and developments that have come up in the wine industries of the region.
Taking place every three years, CapeWine presents the perfect platform for the international wine trade – buyers, retailers, importers, distributors and media personnel experience what the South African Winelands have to offer.
#CapeWine2022 will be held over three days from 5 to 7 October 2022 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). For the third time, DHL Express has consecutively committed itself to the South African wine industry as a partner relating to the shared value that feeds into this year’s theme: #Sustainability360.
The ‘Sustainability 360’ theme ties into the overarching focus of the wider South African wine industry. Their aim is to roll this out by impressing the importance of three pillars: Place, People and Prosperity.
These pillars are what make for a successful and sustainable industry both now and well into the future for generations to come and each element of CapeWine will speak to this.
The countdown continues with less than a week left until CapeWine 2022.
The CapeWine is the flagship business display of the South African wine industry. Local wines are making waves across the globe for their top-quality offering and value for money which is opening up a host of new markets and exciting opportunities for our wines.
Siobhan Thompson, Chief Executive of Wines of South Africa, said: “We are so thrilled to be welcoming the world’s wine trade back to South Africa again.”
Get ready to experience the amazing quality of wines but also indulge in the culinary experiences, beautiful landscapes and world-class tourism that forms the backdrop to our wine industry.
The trade event has earned the record of acquiring the stamp of performance in the entire part of the Southern hemisphere that tempts the focus of all men of the aristocratic class to the qualities, prices and strength of the wines.