From sustainable wine production to growth in champagne sales, here are wine trends to watch in 2022:
Local molecular biologist, Tapiwa Guzha is on a mission to turn Africa’s quintessential staple, pap, into fine cuisine.
A new viral challenge? Two viticulturists are showing off their respective ‘blends’ on social media, and South Africans are loving it.
Nicky van der Walt launched his own rosé, Mirabelle rosé, named after one of his daughters with Lee-Ann Liebenberg.
A 329-year-old wine estate on the slopes of the Simonsberg in Stellenbosch is set to be sold in a virtual auction this August.
Some 12000 cases of wine from South African estates including Allee Bleue and Elgin Vintners to go under the hammer.
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.
Move over Elon Musk, here’s what happens when we leave space missions to the French…A bottle of ‘space wine’ spent a full year aging at the International Space Station.
Shoprite and Checkers are introducing a quirky new wine range to give the country’s struggling wine industry a welcome boost.
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.
New stats from the SA Wine Industry revealed that box wines outsold bottled wines in 2020. Get a taste of some of the luxury box wines on sale here.
The wine sector has now lost more than R8-billion in direct sales, threatening the livelihoods of 27,000 people
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.
Industry body Vinpro says ‘enough is enough’ with newest alcohol ban.
South African wine has come a long way since the first grapes were planted in the 1600s, with the country’s wine industry clawing its way back to being internationally respected after the dark apartheid years.
Former top retail industry executive is supporting the wine sector as it prepares for court battle against Dlamini-Zuma.