Haskell Tri Nations Wine Challenge

Have you ever wondered how South Africa’s best wines stack up against those of our arch rivals, Australia and New Zealand? What’s the difference? Are we better? Worse? Or just relative’s in a parallel universe?

Haskell Vineyards, voted in 2010 as South Africa’s No. 1 up and coming winery, offers you the chance to answer these questions for yourself. We provide tutored tastings, at our winery or your workplace, of some of each countries finest wines, where you, your staff, or clients, will be given the opportunity to be a wine judge for a day. In the process, you’ll also learn about the differences and similarities in winemaking and style from a member of the award winning Haskell team.

You can also choose to match the tasting with a meal at Long Table Restaurant, the wildly popular dining establishment located on the Haskell Vineyards estate.

The singular opportunity, only available in South Africa through Haskell Vineyards, is offered in Gold and Platinum packages. The Platinum package includes significant rare and distinguished wines from the three wine producing countries.

In a commercial climate where finding a point of difference becomes increasingly difficult, the Haskell Tri Nations Challenge provides a unique and sophisticated promotional vehicle to both entertain and impress current and prospective clients.

For details on the individual packages and bookings, contact werner@haskellvineyards.co.za or phone +27 21 881 3895



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