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Agri Careers: First Cape Sommelier From ‘other Side Of The Mountain’

After years of intensive training Heinrich Bothman ? our very own ?wine farm-acist? ? recently became the first qualified sommelier in the Robertson Wine Valley in the Western Cape. Bothman, wine colu

 

Diners Club Winemaker Of The Year: Meet The Finalists & Judges

The categories this year are Pinot Noir wines for Winemaker of the Year, and White Wines of any varietal or blend for Young Winemaker of the Year.

 

Chicken Tikka Skewers

With a little advance planning, these chicken tikka skewers are a fun dinner to get on the table. This recipe pairs them with a herbed yogurt chutney.

 

Cheers To Summer! 5 Wines To Try This Season

These wines are ideal for sipping, whether it is indoors or outdoors.

 

Results: Chardonnay Masters ? Asia 2019

Chardonnay has remained a staple favourite in Asia, enjoyed by the glass and bottle in bars and restaurants and its popularity shows no sign of abating despite New World Sauvignon Blancs gaining tract

 

Upcoming Houston Wine Events And Tastings

Mark your calendar for these grape-centric affairs.

 

Riel Presents De Wetshof Estate Wine Dinner

Known for its globally-inspired Gulf Coast cuisine, Riel will host a wine dinner with Broadbent Selections and Johann de Wet featuring the Chardonnays of De Wetshof Estate. Guests will enjoy ...

 

De Wetshof Limestone Hill Chardonnay 2019

The just-released De Wetshof Limestone Hill, one of South Africa?s most popular unwooded Chardonnays, emphasises the reputation 2019 is attaining for being one of the best vintages for white wine in t

 

How De Wetshof Stays Ahead In The Wine Business

Agri Western Cape?s Young Farmer of the year for 2018, Johann de Wet of De Wetshof Wine Estate, tells Glenneis Kriel how he and his brother, Peter, are keeping their family?s wine-making legacy alive.

 

Sa Chardonnay Deserves Better Prices

It was evident at this year’s Chardonnay Celebration, hosted by De Wetshof near Robertson, that Chardonnay had come a long way over the years.