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The Pizza and Wine Festival returns with a fresh lineup of edible events

The 2nd edition of the Stellenbosch Vineyards Pizza & Wine Festival is happening on 25 and 26 March 2017 at the picturesque Welmoed Farm in Stellenbosch.


Garlic and White Wine Pasta with Brussels Sprouts

What sets this pasta apart from a normal Alfredo? Garlic and white wine, which are infused into a classic white sauce paired with al dente pasta and roasted Brussels Sprouts. Now we’re talking.


Dial back the budget, but not the quality, with these wines from GETWINE

To kick off the year GETWINE has put together an exciting selection of sub R60 wines for you to enjoy.


Wine And Weed coming together in Sonoma

The wine industry’s necessary distaste when it comes to weeds is valid. Weeds wreak havoc in the vineyard: steal water, invite insects, etc.


Tips to Making a Good Cup of Coffee

It’s almost routine to start your day off with a cup of coffee. And with out fast-paced lives, we often grab what’s available and just stick with it―instant coffee, frapuccinos, you name it.


Tequila might have saved this endangered bat species

Raise your glass for the lesser long-nosed bat: You might have him to thank for the tequila in your margarita.


Tour and Taste the Harvest at La Motte

The energy of harvest time in the Winelands is infectious and La Motte wine estate in the Franschhoek Valley invites guests to join in the excitement with a special Harvest Tour and Tasting, presented for the duration of the 2017 harvest.


The Black Cat Cocktail for Friday the 13th

If it’s Friday the 13th, even if you don’t really believe all the superstitions, you might get out of a black cat’s way on this day. 


De Krans’ star shines bright in Top Wine SA Hall of Fame

Known worldwide as one of South Africa’s leading port producers, De Krans’ commitment to producing a quality product has yet again been acknowledged by the South African Wine & Cellar Classifications.


The Great Beer Tsunami Of London That Killed Eight People

Drowning in beer might not be the worst death to some, but it was a real and dramatic event that happened to a central London neighbourhood in October 1814.