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Win one of two pairs of tickets to “An Evening of South African Splendour” Value $300

Simply “LIKE” The Wine Ladies Facebook Page and answer the following question. Wines from South Africa are considered the “oldest new world” region in the world. Which year did Jan van Riebeeck press the grapes into wine for the 1st time? For a hint watch this video: Winners to be picked Thursday May 26th, 2011 at noon and posted on The Wine Ladies Facebook Page Good luck everyone! Purchase your tickets online here or call 905-338-6797 An Evening of South African Splendour – June 2nd Brought to you in conjunction with The Escoffier Society of Toronto in support of the World Chef’s Tour Against Hunger in South Africa and worldwide. Join us June 2nd, 2011 for a special evening of South African culture , set in the stunning interior decor store Touch De L’Afrique for an evening of exclusive, spectacular wines from South Africa, scintillating food, mesmerizing music and much more. Experience a touch of Africa with the vibrant beat of the African drums, be spellbound by indigenous dance expression and be inspired by a “medicine man” reading with your personal encrypted stone. The funds raised that evening will help send our Canadian culinary team to South Africa this summer for the 3rd “World Chefs Tour Against Hunger”,helping bring friendship, food, funds and gifts to the African nation from Canada. The Wine Ladies TV show “One Sip At A Time” will welcome you on the red carpet and capture the magic and special moments of this sparkling night. Our silent auction table will be abundant with an assortment of incredible prizes, featuring something for everyone including a special door prize to be announced. The South African wines will be available for purchase as well. Purchase your tickets online here or call 905-338-6797 About World Chefs Tour Against Hunger Over 200 chefs from across the globe will to participate in feeding the nation. The World Tour hopes to raise a total of R4 million to fend off hunger. The “World Chefs Tour Against Hunger”, will prove to be the biggest fundraising event ever undertaken within the global chefs’ fraternity. In 1993, when international chefs first came to South Africa to raise money to fight hunger, R500 000 was raised. The follow-up 10th anniversary tour in 2003 raised R1,5 million. R4 million poured into the ‘pot’ would easily create a new record. Help us make it happen: Event Details Date: June 2nd 2011 Time: 6:30 pm – 10:00 pm Red carpet: 6:30 pm- 7:00pm Event: 7:00 pm-10:00pm Place: Touch De L’Afrique, 229 Lakeshore Road East, Oakville, Ontario L6L 1H7 Cost: $75.00 Purchase your tickets online here or call 905-338-6797 Why are we doing this? As The Wine Ladies we are in an industry where we enjoy wonderful wine and fabulous food every day. In Canada, we are blessed from coast to coast with apple orchards, dairy farms, fisheries, wheat farming, to the wineries and much, much more. There are many people in the world that are not as fortunate as we are here, we want to help raise awareness for world hunger and help eradicate it forever! Please join us! For more information about the evening please click here: This evening could not have been made possible without the help of our sponsors and partners. About The Wine Ladies The Wine Ladies, Georgia and Susanne founded by entrepreneur sister team in 2003, take life one sip at a time as they share the splendour of food and wine for all and the wonderful lifestyle it entails. Regular national TV personalities, columnists and hosts of their own weekly TV and radio show about wine, food and lifestyle these ladies share their passion and live life to the fullest and without hesitation. Their motto “everything in life somehow comes back to the vine” keeps their audiences entertained and informed. Contact them at info@thewineladies.com or Facebook Fan Page

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