‘government Should Value Wine Industry More’

Two of South Africa?s wine fathers ? the legends who brought us chardonnay and pinotage ? pleads with government to show the industry some respect. ?We are good at creating jobs. We are valuable to th


Lockdown Level 3: Sa Wine Prices Set To Drop

The covid-19 pandemic has seen the demand for South Africa?s wine across the world decrease significantly, say players in the local wine industry. The consumption of wines in restaurants across the wo


Cape Wine Exporters To Head Up Uk Marketing For Stellenbosch Producer

Deal with Beyerskloof covers product marketing in UK and Ireland


International Wine & Spirit Competition 2019? Trophy Winners

Local wines to win category trophies at this year?s International Wine & Spirit Competition were as follows: Constantia Glen Five 2015 - Top blended


Wine Pick: Beyerskloof Pinotage 2018

This gem of a wine starts out with aromas of plum, cherries and mocha notes


How World Sees Sa: Beyerskloof Neighbour Murder Underscores Land Tensions

The wealthy vineyards of Stellenbosch have hit international headlines - this time not for award-winning wine, but because of the killing of a wine farmer.


Ramaphosa Tells Young White Farmers To Stay In Sa

A Stellenbosch wine farmer says President Ramaphosa 'will make South Africa the best country in the world'.


Stay In Sa

The president's campaign trail makes a stop in the Beyerskloof wine estate outside Stellenbosch where he addresses young white South Africans.



President Cyril Ramaphosa was one of the first people to travel in a new commuter train - the first of its kind to be built in South Africa - when he took a short ride in Cape Town on Tuesday.


Cape Farmers Declare Cyril Ramaphosa Their ?anointed? Leader

Large-scale farmers operating huge vineyards in the Cape winelands and other commercial farms have expressed confidence in the leadership of ANC president Cyril Ramaphosa, with some even saying he was