Pay R110 instead of R275 for a wine and Lindt chocolate tasting and a Mediterranean cheese platter at Di Vine Wine Lounge (save 60%)
- Save 60% on a wine and chocolate tasting and a Mediterranean cheese platter
- Experience delectable wine and chocolate pairings
- Enjoy world famous Swiss chocolate
- Explore non-commercial wines
- Groupon redeemable on the 16th of June
- Groupon only issued and valid once deal closes at midnight
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
- Booking essential: 072 266 9501
If the human tongue was a playground, there would be certain foods that wouldn’t play nicely together. Marshmallows would run crying to the tongue supervisor if salami pushed it off the uvula. Salami can be such a bully. Lindt chocolate and wine, on the other hand are the best of friends and the two are as thick as thieves. Experience a Lindt chocolate and wine tasting, with a Mediterranean cheese platter at Di Vine for R110.
Di Vine’s resident food and wine expert will conduct a symphony of flavour atop your tongue. He’s like a conductor, pairing non-commercial wines with world famous Lindt Swiss chocolate. Lindt chocolate has been taking over the taste buds of the world, one gold bunny at a time, since the 1800’s.
Experience an inner-mouth sonata of nuances and aromas that will leave the tongue overwhelmed and inspired. Some tongues have been known to start showcasing unexpected talents after a Di Vine tasting. Following the tasting, any remaining hunger pangs can be satiated with a Mediterranean cheese platter loaded with: biltong, cold meats, olives, savoury breads, cheese selections, pate and assorted fruits.
Those who are interested in this deal be warned: Di Vine is a finishing school for tongues. Within the stylish yet relaxed atmosphere, your tongue will pick up a penchant for classical music and the finer things in life.
Chocolate Fact: Chocolate has magical properties. In the dark ages, it contained a secret ingredient that earned it a reputation as a ‘love potion.’ Subsequently, the secret ingredient has been removed, but somehow chocolate still has the ability to melt hearts.