Welcome to the Good Food & Wine Show

For over a decade, the Good Food & Wine Show has pushed the boundaries of innovation and excellence as South Africa’s premier food, wine and lifestyle experience.

This year’s Good Food & Wine Show is one of the anchor events for World Design Capital in Cape Town and you will see why. It’s food, beverage, design and lifestyle, “reimagined.” Focusing on new sensations, foraging, sustainability and world food design trends, it guarantees to be a feast for the senses for the whole family. CBeebies, Katy Ashworth from I Can Cook fame, is even flying in to entertain the kids.

From farm to fork, food trucks and so much more, don’t miss the early bird special which includes a free ticket to the Celebrity Chefs Theatre presented by Woolworths & Robertsons Herbs & Spices.

What our exhibitors say about us:

“The Good Food & Wine Shows are always our best events. There is no better exhibition or platform in the country to directly engage with your consumers and to showcase your product.” -Mike Kellaris -Illy Coffee

“We had a fantastic response from retail buyers and consumers to the Pillsbury & Häagen-Dazs Decadent Dessert Theatre. We are certainly excited to be showcasing more of our brands at the next season of The Good Food & Wine Shows in 2014”– Janine Holin- General Mills

 

Cape Town

Event Info
29May-1 June

Durban

Event Info
24-26Oct

Johannesburg

Event Info
31July-3 Aug

Featured Chefs

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Carlo Cracco

Carlo Cracco, born in Vicenza in 1965, attended the “Istituto Professionale Alberghiero” (Professional Hotel Institute) in Recoaro Terme (near Vicenza, North Italy).


Top Attractions

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Celebrity Chefs Theatre Presented By Woolworths & Robertsons Herbs and Spices:

This is where the local & international celebrity chefs strut their stuff and demonstrate their signature recipes

Recent Recipe

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Gesmoorde Snoek and cabbage with a mussel and ginger broth by Robertson chef Cass Abrahams

Gesmoorde Snoek and cabbage with a mussel and ginger broth by Robertson chef Cass Abrahams.