Leopard’s Leap - proud host of the Cape Leopard Trust’s 10th anniversary fundraiser

09 JULY 2014, FRANSCHHOEK, SOUTH AFRICA

Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyard, together with Opulent Living Experiences, is proud to present a special fundraising luncheon in aid of the Cape Leopard Trust’s 10th anniversary. A sponsor of the Trust since its inception, Leopard’s Leap is delighted to play host to this auspicious event.

Featuring celebrity Chefs and MCs, this event is going to be a hot item on the Western Cape events calendar.The three chefs that will each prepare one dish on the day - Neil Jewell (Bread and Wine, Môreson), Vanessa Marx (Dear Me) and Pieter de Jager who will be right at home in his own kitchen - will prepare a relaxed family-style lunch together with three celebrities (to be announced) joining them in the kitchen.Elana Afrika-Bredenkamp and Ian Bredenkamp will lead guests through the afternoon’s proceedings.

A donation of R1 500 per person guarantees entry to the event. The Cape Leopard Trust will receive 100% of the proceeds as well as the money raised via an auction on the day.

Other co-sponsors for the evening are Mercedes Benz, Cennergi and First National Bank.

Date: 16 August 2014

Reservations can be made with Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards (Contact Lené van der Merwe at +27 (0)21 876 8002 or reservations@leopardsleap.co.za or Opulent Living (Contact Kelly Veldhuis at +27 (0)21 433 1699 or kelly@opulentliving.co.za).

For more information, please contact Kelly Veldhuis at +27 (0)21 433 1699 or kelly@opulentliving.co.za.

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About Leopard's Leap

Leopard’s Leap was conceptualised at the turn of the century by winemaker and businessman Hein Koegelenberg, with guidance from his late father in law, internationally renowned industrial leader Dr. Anton Rupert. Following its formidable success as a wine producer during the first decade, a decision was made in 2011 to broaden the horizons and, at the same time, create a home where visitors can get close to the values of the Leopard’s Leap brand and experience the Leopard’s Leap identity and principal passions – wine, food, conservation and literature.

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