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aletAlet du Toit - Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Alet was born and raised in Port Elizabeth, also known as the “friendly city”. She made the move from Port Elizabeth to Robertson especially for the opportunity of working at Robertson Wine Valley as Marketing & Communications Coordinator and is thrilled at the prospect of working with this vibrant team. Her area of interest lies mainly in content creation, stakeholder liaison and event management.

Alet completed her BA Degree in Media Communication and Culture studies (majoring in Public Relations) in 2013 and her BA Honours Degree in Corporate Communication in 2015 at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU). Her Honours research paper was an explorative study which evaluated the impact of strategic Trans-media Storytelling in the luxury fashion industry and she is excited to bring this expertise on strategic branding and communication across various digital platforms to the Valley.

 

What we do

The Robertson Wine Valley association was formed in 1983 to cohesively improve the local wine industry, promote the valley as a tourism destination and uplift the community. Today we proudly represent over 50 wineries and tourism establishments from the towns; Ashton, Bonnievale, McGregor and Robertson. Our valley is situated a merely 2 hour scenic drive from Cape Town on the renowned Route 62 and nestled between the majestic Langeberg and Riviersonderend mountain ranges with the graceful Breede River running through the valley. Our members are united in our passion to create the most memorable wine and food tourism experiences hosted by our unique, authentic country-charm hospitality.

 

Our Vision

 


To position the Robertson Wine Valley amongst the leading wine regions of the world, recognised for its wine, experiences and practices.

 

 

 

Location

Address:
C/O Voortrekker & Reitz Street
Robertson
GPS:
- S33° 48’ 31.302" E19° 52' 45.2274"

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Latest News

What's On

Video Focus

Our Festivals

 
 
  • Hands on Harvest Festival
    Hands-on-Harvest

    23 - 25 February 2018
    click to view festival website
  • Wacky Wine Weekend Festival
    Wacky Wine Weekend

    31 May - 3 June 2018
    click to view festival website
  • Slow Festival
    Robertson Slow

    3 - 5 August 2018
    click to view festival website
  • WOR festival new date
    Wine on the River

    26 - 28 October 2018
    click to view festival website

Our Team

 
Beatrix
Beatrix Galloway
Marketing Manager

Beatrix Galloway, born and bred in Robertson, joined the Robertson Wine Valley team in November 2015. Graduating from UNISA in Public Relations Management and Events, and completing a course in Marketing and Advertising, Beatrix brings with her a wealth of experience in these fields.
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Marylize Mouton
Project Manager

After studies she travelled the world, worked at an attorney’s office for ten years, operated a successful pottery business and moved to McGregor after getting married to her husband Cobus Mouton. After joining the Klipdrift Brand as PR Officer for two years, she joined the Robertson Wine Valley team in 2008.
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alet
Alet du Toit
Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Alet was born and raised in Port Elizabeth. She made the move from PE to Robertson especially for the opportunity of working at Robertson Wine Valley as Marketing & Communications Coordinator and is thrilled at the prospect of working with this vibrant team. Her area of interest lies mainly in content creation, stakeholder liaison and event management.
read more...

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Lee de Wee
Administrator - Intern

Lee-Andro de Wee, born and raised in our neighbouring town of Worcester. This young man completed his schooling in 2014 at Worcester Gymnasium. He studied Tourism through Boland College in Stellenbosch in 2015 - 2016. Currently he’s busy with his internship at Robertson Wine Valley as an Administrator.
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Our Board

 

 

 
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Valley Towns

Partners

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