The Robust Red Wines To Drink Now It’s Late Autumn

As the chillier seasons roll in, these tipples are perfect for relaxing next to a roaring fire, writes Terry Kirby

 

Vinous Table: St. John, Lodon, United Kingdom (oct 2020)

 

Eight Red Wines To Drink When The Chilly Autumnal Nights Draw In

As the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness moves onwards to crispy golden leaves and colder nights, reds with plenty of body come into their own, writes Terry Kirby

 

Malu Lambert: Interview With Rianie Strydom Of Strydom Family Wines

Rianie Strydom has this way of focusing her attention on you that makes you feel that what you're saying is important. A conversation with her is empowering. I imagine this is one of the qualities tha

 

Malu Lambert: Interview With Rianie Strydom Of Strydom Family Wines

Rianie Strydom has this way of focusing her attention on you that makes you feel that what you're saying is important. A conversation with her is empowering. I

 

Michael Fridjhon: Why Foreign Investment In The Winelands Should Be Celebrated

 

Michael Fridjhon: Why Foreign Investment In The Winelands Should Be Celebrated

The first foreign investment in the Cape wine industry was made by the Vereenigde Landsche Ge-Oktroyeerde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC) shortly after Jan

 

Drink The Old Vines Of South Africa

. A chef recently challenged me to match a wine with Bakewell Tarts, one of England?s favourite cakes. These delicious sweeties have a jam-coated sho...

 

Farm Owner Tells Foreign Media Massive Drug Bust Not Linked To His Estate

The mystery behind the origin of a massive drug stash found on a Villiersdorp wine farm, possibly the biggest heroin discovery in SA, has deepened.

 

The Chenin Agreement: One Grape, Many Wines

Chenin blanc started out in the Loire before making a name for itself in the Cape, now the two are giving each other a boost. Here’s one from South Africa and two from France for you to try, says Da