Inspirational dining experience at Aubergine Restaurant...and more to come

Pippa Hudson and six listeners were joined by Achmat Hassiem at Aubergine Restaurant in Cape Town for the first of the CapeTalk and Perdeberg Wines Inspiration Sessions

On 21 June, hostage survivor, turned philanthropist Monique Strydom will be sharing a few thoughts and lessons on life.

And you certainly don’t want to miss this inspiring afternoon of top wine and culinary delights at the elegant Dash restaurant, which boasts contemporary cuisine influenced by classic French style. You could be one of six listeners to receive an exclusive invite to this event.

To stand a chance to join this or other CapeTalk and Perdeberg Wine's Inspiration Sessions, simply click and enter your details.


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