South Africa’s export industry is bouncing back after the pandemic – and these local wines are now flying the flag overseas.
Top winemakers from around the world have united for a charity auction to help the people of Ukraine. Here’s how you can get involved.
‘I’ll Bring The Wine’ is a brand new five-part series hosted by the acclaimed South African food writer and restaurateur, Karen Dudley.
Oh, you better believe it: One wealthy wine enthusiast has just spent nearly R1 million on this bottle – but what makes it so expensive?
The Big Easy: From the world-renowned Helderberg region of Stellenbosch comes an award-winning range of wines named after South African golf legend Ernie Els and skillfully crafted by winemaking legend Louis Strydom.
It just had to be Stellenbosch! Imagine checking your bank account after a night out, just to see you dropped about HALF-A-MILLION RAND on a bottle of wine.
Klein Constantia Wine Estate is steeped in a legacy that goes back to 1685. Fast-forward 336 years and what keeps the estate’s wine award-winning is a young winemaker, Matthew Day, who’s more Pink Floyd in his winemaking than he is Purcell.
Die Heuwels Fantasties’ live picnic-style concert at Nooitgedacht Estate on 18 April will also mark the launch of the band’s own wine range,
Tokara Sauvignon Blanc has claimed its rightful place on the world stage as overall winner of the 12th Concours Mondial du Sauvignon, in Brussels.
Shoprite and Checkers are introducing a quirky new wine range to give the country’s struggling wine industry a welcome boost.
The 2021 harvest is generally being regarded as a really good one. Six leading Cape wine personalities share their impressions.
Now that South Africans can enjoy wine tastings again, no visit to the Cape would be complete without calling at historic Klein Constantia.
It’s not called Hemel en Aarde for nothing. This fertile valley nestled between arid mountains and cool ocean is a winemaking paradise.
Winemaking is a craft some succeed in but few truly excel in. Groot Constantia’s Boela Gerber falls squarely into the latter category.
Twelve bottles of wine and dozens of vine shoots are finally back home in southwest France after months on the International Space Station for an unusual astrochemistry experiment.
The wine sector has now lost more than R8-billion in direct sales, threatening the livelihoods of 27,000 people
Those who are missing their wine amid the continued liquor ban can check out these tempting deals. That way they’ll have something in their glasses to toast with once the ban is lifted.
The harvest is usually a time of joy and elation in the Cape Winelands. But not this time, as the troubled industry continues to suffer as a result of the liquor ban and other lingering issues.
A special cargo of wine has made its way home all the way from the International Space Station.
Industry body Vinpro says ‘enough is enough’ with newest alcohol ban.
The correctly shaped glass will make all the difference in your enjoyment of a wine.
Head into the hills for hike followed by tasting some of the Cape’s finest wines on these fantastic hiking-and-wine-tasting experiences.
Delaire Graff Estate was named as the finest vineyard experience across the African continent by the 2020 World’s Best Vineyards. The South African takes a ‘wine-perspective’ glimpse at this ‘Jewel of the Cape Winelands’.
Studies show red wine has clear health benefits but always in moderation, of course.
Wine rack empty and holiday engagements looming? Relax, we’ve got you covered.