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Tim James: Ten Years Of Mullineux Syrah

Andrea and Chris Mullineux have been greatly significant in the reputation of the Swartland for producing first-class syrah. Chris had been making a

 

Tim James: The Notion Of ?family Wines? Reconsidered

I sometimes peevishly wonder if the whole ?Family Wines? and ?Family Vineyards? thing is not getting a bit excessive. Two decades back the word ?Family?

 

The Best Wines Of 2019’s Cape Winemakers Guild Auction

Each year, the best winemakers in South Africa craft special, limited-edition offerings for the Cape Winemakers Guild Auction. Here's what you should know.

 

Top Wines Of August 2019

Here are our 10 most highly rated wines of last month: Alheit Vineyards Huilkrans Chenin Blanc 2018 ? 98 (see full review here) Alheit Vineyards Magnetic

 

Tim James: Tasting The Mullineux New Releases

Which of two contradictory things is harder to believe: (1) That Chris and Andrea Mullineux?s Syrah and White Blend are now already into their second

 

Tim James: Three Swartland Winefarms

I There?s something particularly lovely about a curving vineyard, gently adapting itself to a hillside. They must be rare, given the exigencies of the

 

Tim James: August Is Women?s Month In The Wine Industry Too

When, in the bad old days?oh, a decade and more back?the printed Wine Magazine had a focus on a woman winemaker it would invariably, as I recall,

 

Tim James: Two Decades Of Swartland Revolution

What does one do at a sleepless 3.13 AM (and whoever it was that pointed out that the numbers on the clock in such circumstances are invariably odd was

 

Mullineux Old Vines White 2018

The 2018 vintage of Mullineux Old Vines White makes a big impression. A blend of 69% Chenin Blanc, 12% Clairette Blanche, 9% Grenache Blanc, 7% Viognier and 3% Semillon Gris and matured for 10 months

 

The Perfect Wine For Easter? Try One That Tastes Like Hot Cross Buns

If you saw the news that Lidl has launched a wine that tastes of hot cross buns and felt a squirm of fear, you are not alone.