It?s been quite a while since I was a proper wine tourist, anonymously exploring a route for the sheer joy of it. Mostly this is because my job over

 

Get paid to eat out! Yes, an exciting project called the Support Stellenbosch Restaurant Rewards Campaign was recently launched.

 

In these straitened times, how nice to find a wine offering more than a little interest at the modest price of R115 a bottle. A blend of 51% Syrah, 27%

 

While a lot of imported wines cost an arm and a leg?and are usually worth every penny?you don?t have to spend big to explore some of the great, under-appreciated wines of Europe, South America, Austra

 

It?s been the most exciting week since, oh, about mid-March, as many businesses got the go-ahead to reopen under the easing of Level 3 lockdown restrictions ? but restaurants face deal-breaking challe

 

Introduction This year's Cape White Blend Report convened by Winemag.co.za and sponsored by multinational financial services company Prescient is now out.

 

With winter about to set in for real and Covid-19 infections anticipated to rise dramatically during the next month or two, plummeting temperatures, unemployment, poverty and hunger are with us to sta

 

One lovely aspect of South African wine history is the evolution of our so-called Cape Dutch architecture, featuring beautiful white-rendered finishes,

 

One lovely aspect of South African wine history is the evolution of our so-called Cape Dutch architecture, featuring beautiful white-rendered finishes,

 

When my last column on early women of the Cape wine industry was published, Steenberg Wine Club Ambassador Johann Theron was quick to point out via social