The Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition is open to all chefs, irrespective of level of experience. The venture is a nod to the Cape of Good Hope wine range, which forms part of the Anthonij Rupert Wine portfolio. It celebrates old vines and the wines they produce, highlighting the Cape’s viticultural heritage.

The Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition is an opportunity for chefs to showcase their talents on the plate and behind the lens.

Chefs are invited to participate in the Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition. Here's Cape of Good Hope Caroline with braaied snoek
Chefs are invited to participate in the Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition. Here’s Cape of Good Hope Caroline with braaied snoek

How to enter

The brief is to create an authentic South African recipe which reflects the country’s culinary heritage. Photograph the finished dish and publish it on Instagram before 30 April, 2020. Remember to include the #CapeofGoodHopeWine as well as #ProudHeritage and tag @anthonijrupertwyne to stand the chance of winning the grand prize.

Once all the entries have been received and judged, two winners will be announced in the Professional and Non-Professional categories.

The prizes

The prize for each winner and a partner comprises an all-inclusive Altima Truffle Experience – this package includes a truffle hunt and wine tasting of the wines produced from the Cape of Good Hope Altima wines, guided transport to and from the Altima Estate, and a sumptuous four-course truffle-inspired meal paired with wines from the Cape of Good Hope range.

Completing this grand prize is an overnight stay at the spectacular Anthonij Rupert Estate in Franschhoek. Should the winning recipient(s) reside outside of the Western Cape, flights to and from Cape Town will also be included.

What: Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition
How to enter Cape of Good Hope Photography Competition: www.rupertwines.com, News section
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