Tantalizing Food and Fabulous Wine

Tantalizing Food and Fabulous Wine

Tantalizing Food and Fabulous Wine

Posted by Artlogic on 29 Sep 2017

The 2017 Sanlam Handmade Contemporary Fair kicks off in two weeks and Joburgers are getting ready to venture out in search of a one of a kind experience. The Hyde Park rooftop will be the go-to location for just that with over 120 artisans exhibiting their products, in addition to amazing food and wine.

Tantalizing Food

The food at this year’s fair will feature a wide range of tastes from Italian to Argentinian cuisine, from Spanish gourmet to fresh seafood. We’ll also have many tasty desserts and delicious sweet treats for those of all ages to enjoy.

Chefs in the City

Another gastronomical experience to look forward to, comes to the fair in the form of our special project “Chefs in the City”, which has been running since 2014. This special project features some of the top eateries in Johannesburg and invites their chefs to take the stand for a day, creating their signature dishes for curious audiences. This year we welcome Urbanologi’s Jack Coetzee, Founder Alessandro Mosupi Khojane & Chef Paulo Santo from Gemeli and Daniella Gutstadt of the Culinary Table.


Fabulous South African Wines

A wide range of South African wines will bring visitors an array of choice from sweet to dry, red to white or even sparkling – these wine exhibitors will ensure there is something for anyone’s tastebuds.


Artisanal Gin

Gin is trending and SanlamHmC will be no stranger to a wide range of artisanal gins from distilleries in South Africa, some of which launched their brands at the fair. These exhibitors have made sure to create products with interesting flavours and combinations, for a drink that’s smooth and tasty.

Don’t miss out on these wonderful food and wine experiences, as well as 120 artisanal brands – ranging from home goods to handcrafted jewellery and more, which are all well made in Africa. Buy your SanlamHmC tickets early at webtickets for R120.00.

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