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Harvest Photo Competition at Benguela Cove
11 February 2019
We are inviting you to harvest your photography skills at Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate.
Another picture perfect harvest is in full swing and we are inviting all amateur photography enthusiasts to get involved. Capture the best picture of the ‘2019 Benguela Cove Harvest’, including the beautiful landscapes of vineyards, bunches of grapes ready for the picking, or people enjoying the fruit of our labour in one of the restaurants or tasting room on the estate. Be creative!
HOW TO ENTER
Put your photography skills to the test when visiting Benguela Cove from 1 February to 15 March 2019. Tag us on social media using the hashtag #TreasureBenguela to enter. Like and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for updates about the competition. Follow our harvesting journey live on Facebook or peek through our wine window on Instagram as we post daily activities in the cellar with some photography tips.
The 10 best images will be exhibited on our digital screens at Benguela Cove during April as part of celebrating a successful harvest. The winning image will be used extensively by Benguela Cove, while the photographer will receive a canvas print of their picture, a case of Benguela Cove’s latest wine treasures and a chocolate & wine pairing for two people all to the value of R2500. So get snappy!
Tip: Enquire with our tasting room staff about harvesting days in advance to avoid disappointment.
Contact: 083 645 6198
Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate is situated on the R43, 18 km outside Hermanus and a mere 75 minute drive from Cape Town International Airport. This 200-hectare security and boating estate is also a working wine farm, renowned for producing outstanding quality from its cool climate vineyards in the Walker Bay.
The estate is bordered by the natural Bot River lagoon, teeming with fish and birdlife. With the longest stretch of vines facing the Atlantic Ocean, the estate is nudged by the majestic Palmiet Mountains and natural fauna and flora on the other side, nestled amongst vineyards and olive groves where South Africa’s national bird, the blue crane, annually comes to nest.
Owned and operated the entrepreneur Penny Streeter OBE, Benguela Cove is a sister property to four other establishments that complete the Benguela Collection. These include Nom Nom Eateries and wine bar in Somerset West, Lakeside Lodge and Spa in Sedgefield, Mannings Heath Golf and Wine Estate in West Sussex, UK, and the youngest acquisition also in the UK, Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens.
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