Here’s our pick of where to load up on family-friendly fun in the holidays.
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’.
The tradition of making fine wines in this lush part of the Cape dates back to 1685.
From macarons to fynbos cupcakes, a whole new world of wine pairing awaits.
What was supposed to be a one-week, whirlwind road trip, turned out to be a five-week road trip of the country!
With our borders closed to international travel, overseas holidays are off the cards for now, but that doesn’t mean we can’t travel in our own beautiful country, South Africa.
Promising more bang for your buck, and deliveries as with the start of June, these wine farms are on hand to help your squandered stocks.
The Dutch tourist is believed to have visited over 30 farms on an extensive tour of famous wine farms around the cape.
The Cape Winelands await with these magnificent estates offering you the best of both worlds – flowing wine and fine food.
Needing ideas for some weekend adventures? The Hands-on Harvest Festival in the Robertson Wine Valley has you and the family covered.
Enjoy a picnic in the winelands. With pre-packaged gourmet baskets available, you’re in for a real treat this summer.
Neighbourhood Watches became professional in 2013.
This is one way to answer the land question. Here’s the first look inside Nieuwe Sion, which could be the future of the expropriation debate.
South Africa needs more families like the Potters.
We’d say drink away the cost increase worries… but…
We made a visit to the KWV Wine Emporium to celebrate Pinotage week. We didn’t leave disappointed, or sober for that matter…
In a town full of gems it’s hard to stand out unless you’ve got a formula like no other.
Early December saw Nederburg staging a special vine planting event to honour the 225-year legacy of the winery’s founder Phillipus Wolvaart, who acquired the Paarl farm in 1791.
Just in time for the festive season, Franschoek-based Black Elephant Vintners has partnered with one of the best restaurants in the valley for a kickass culinary experience.
Spring has sprung and one of the Cape’s best eateries has just launched the product of five years’ hard work. Check it out.