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Wacky fun, great wine and a jol of a weekend

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4th - 7th JUNE 2015

 The annual WWW  - the Robertson Wine Valley's biggest and most popular party - takes place from June 4  - 7.  But there are several more serious activities for visitors wanting to find out more about the valley's fine wines, including private tastings with some top winemakers. The fun activities come in every shape and form, ranging from river cruises through to barrel tastings, mountain biking and dining on a fabulous selection of local and imported foods.  Children are, as always, well catered for at most destinations.


Visitors can support the valley's worthwhile charities by bringing unwanted winter clothes and a blanket or two with them and taking them to the Wine Valley office where they will be weighed: Your gesture will earn you bottles of local wine, with a maximum of a case of six, which weighs about 9kg.

To make sure everyone arrives and departs safely, visitors are asked to use the Buddy Bus or the Designated Driver Programme. See the website for details.

Tickets  - or passports - cost R120 and must be bought at your first stop, any of the wineries taking part. In return you get a glass and a goodie bag. Before setting out, visitors should decide on which cellars they want to visit, as some activities need to be pre-booked.




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