Here’s to long life!


We’re all grateful that wine is good for our health, but what else can we do to increase our chances of living long, happy lives?

 

Autumn insights from Constantia Uitsig


The resident horticulturalist at Constantia Uitsig shares seasonal tips and some interesting facts about the oldest trees in the world.

 

Can White Wines Age Well?


It’s a well-known fact that good red wines tend to get even better with age. But what about quality whites?

 

Winemaker Jacques Du Plessis talks 2017 harvest at Constantia Uitsig


Amidst running back and forth between the vineyards, I caught up with Uitsig’s winemaker, Jacques Du Plessis, to get his thoughts on the 2017 harvest that’s merely days away…

 

When the grass isn’t green on either side


With the next reasonable rains not expected until April this year, we’re in for at least a few more long, dry months. Constantia Uitsig’s resident gardening guru, Niall McKrill, shares his insights on drought-proofing your garden.

 

Save water, drink wine!


Five great reasons to raise your glass and toast to all the water you’re saving by drinking wine.

 

Why used ground coffee is good for the soil


Now that your knees are wearing out after all that weeding, here are some handy tips on how to bring out the best in your garden using the leftovers in your kitchen!

 

The Wine Lover`s Ultimate Gift List


If your loved one loves wine, look no further. We’ve compiled the ultimate list of gifts to consider buying them, only if they’re on your good list…

 

Constantia Uitsig Wine Tastings now available at Open Door Restaurant


An Open Door To Wine Tastings!

 

Constantia Uitsig releases new MCC just in time for the Holidays!


With the end of the year in our sights, we’re raising our glasses of bubbly to bubbly. Not just because Constantia Uitsig’s new MCC 2013 is just as good as its sold-out predecessor, but because bubbly in and of itself is worth celebrating, any time of the year.

 
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