Vivat Bacchus teams up with Kaapzicht Estate to support Pebbles Project

By Admin | 15 May 2017

Vivat Bacchus are teaming up with Kaapzicht Estate in their Pebbles Charity Project. From 1st June 2017, 50p from the sale of every bottle of Kaapzicht Estate wine and all Vivat Bacchus own label wine will go towards Kaapzicht Estate’s charity work with the Pebbles Project.

“The main emphasis of Pebbles Project is education, working with children and famililes in the Winelands farming community in the Western Cape…”

Vivat Bacchus are immensely proud to be helping to develop this charitable cause. The Kaapzicht Estate is currently involved in these charitable endeavours with Pebbles:

Kaapzicht Kindergarten

Kaapzicht Soccer and Sports Club

Kaapzicht After School Club (ASC)

Horse Riding for handicapped children

Vivat Bacchus will be launching their collaboration at a lunch to be hosted by Danie Steytler, the 4th generation winemaker at Kaapzicht and long time friend of Vivat Bacchus, at their Farringdon branch on Thursday 25th May. You will be able to buy wine and support the Pebbles Project at the Vivat Bacchus restaurants, after the launch.  

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