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Booze Meets Grass in Mary Jane’s Primo Hemp Vodka

Well, there is one, and it’s called Mary Jane’s Primo Hemp Vodka™ on sale in Canada.


Tequila and Watermelon Popsicles

When life gives you melons… just add tequila!


Business booming as SA wine quality improves

SOUTH African wine exports are booming — and it has nothing to do with the fragility of the rand. Overseas buyers shop at fixed prices — determined largely by what they believe consumers will be prepared to pay.


Remembering the pioneers of SA winemaking

EVERY generation has its leaders and its innovators, and the Cape wine industry can look back over the past 50 years or so at several who have left an indelible mark.


Google Glass shaping the future of wine buying habits

Google glass, a wearable computer with an optical head-mounted display, is tipped to shape the future of wine buy.


7 Hours` Work Needed to Afford a Bottle of Wine

How long must you be at your desk to pay for a bottle of wine? It depends on where you live.


Social Media in China – a challenge we cannot ignore

Image source Both for my personal use and for our companies, we have embraced Social Media – or New Media as we like to call the very much integrated media landscape. For Social Media, we write blo


Food Hospitality World

The largest global brand in the food and hospitality industry, Food Hospitality World is coming to South Africa for the first time and world renowned, Michelin-starred Italian Chef Carlo


Van ‘vloeibare sjokolade’ na astrante spiritusdrankie!

Amarula het ’n besonder sagte, gesofistikeerde spiritisdrankie met ’n astrante nuwe smaak bekend gestel – Amarula Gold.   “Dis verfrissend en oorspronklik, en het ’n geheel en al onverwagse


Cape Quarter Lifestyle Village: The Square

The 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 on the cosmopolitan De Waterkant centre that’s so much more than a mall


Christine Cashmore, the Ross Douglas of Cape Town

It's a tale of two entrepreneurs. Christine Cashmore starts out in Cape Town food and wine with her Good Food and Wine Show and ends up with a  Cape Town Art Fair. Ross Douglas starts out with a Jo


Ayama – someone to lean on..

It was the plums that introduced us to Slent.  Chris and Judy New owners in the 1980s used to lunch with us in Tulbagh and always a basket of plums when they were in season.  Delicious sweet plums w


Sijnn Syrah 2011

Sijnn has maximum geek appeal. Vineyards planted in Malgas near the mouth of the Breede river, the soils 85% stone on a subsoil of slate, the climate warm and dry (350mm annual rainfall compared to ab


Cask finishes

Think whisky and what comes to mind is this golden honey colored liquid in a glass. But when whisky is distilled, it is actually clear; the color comes from ageing it in oak casks. The final flavor an


Reuben’s One&Only Wine & Dine: Iona Vineyards

Chef Reuben Riffel and his team at Reuben’s One&Only Cape Town have invited some of South Africa’s finest wine estates and winemakers to join them for a series of monthly gourmet extravaganzas


Landskroon Blanc de Noir 2013 – 28.02.14

Landskroon Estate, the land for which was granted in 1692, hugs the south western slopes of Paarl Mountain at an altitude of between 140 and 250 meters above sea level, looks out over Table Mountain a


Peter Falke PF Sauvignon Blanc 2013 – 28.02.14

The Peter Falke Wines are made on Groenvlei Farm, up the Annandale Road, where it nestles amidst some pretty famous wine neighbours.  This part of the Stellenbosch Wine Appellation is known as the He


Harvest time

Harvest time means early mornings for harvesters, late nights for winemakers, truck loads of grapes rolling into the cellars, filling barrels to empty tanks (and vice versa) to make space for the new


Fine And Fun Brandy Cocktails At Van Ryn’s This Autumn

Cosy up to luxury and great taste at Van Ryn’s Distillery for enticing autumn brandy cocktails. For cooler-tinged days indulge in Vanilla Apple Fusion, a mix of brandy and sun-kissed apple taste


Stellenbosch Wine Routes Makes Its Debut At ITB In Berlin

Stellenbosch’s Wine Tourism campaign goes global The Stellenbosch American Express ® Wine Routes, South Africa’s first and foremost wine route and gourmet capital of the country, will be making i


Stellenbosch Wine Routes Rakes In International Wine Tourism Award

South Africa’s first and foremost wine route, the Stellenbosch American Express ® Wine Routes, has reaffirmed its standing as a premier wine tourism organization, by clinching the title as Best Pro


WOW: Kanonkop Pinotage Rosé

Mail & Guardian Wine of the Week: Kanonkop Kadette Pinotage Rosé 2013, R40-R50 This could solve a dilemma if you’re a) a red wine lover but want something cold in summer’s heat; b) nervous ab


Sijnn Syrah 2011 charms Christian Eedes

Christian Eedes has just reviewed the 2011 vintage of Sijnn Syrah, which is produced by leading winemaker David Trafford in Malgas. Not only does the 2011 receive five stars from Platter, it gets the


Around the Clock at the Cape Quarter Piazza

Your 9am – night-time guide to the Mother City’s most fascinating shopping and lifestyle centre 


Fairtrade Week 10 – 16 March 2014: Unlocking The Power Of Many

South Africa’s premier Fairtrade wine producer, Bosman Family Vineyards and the De Bos enterprise have been recognised for their social and environmental contributions through accreditation with the


How artists see wine

How does the world see us? is probably not a rhetorical question which exercises too many artists. But as a flâneur at the Cape Town Art Fair last night, it was interesting to see how the Kingdom of


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