The Rise Of South Africa’s ‘gin Tide’ Is Worth Drinking To

South Africa has the second-highest number of registered gin companies in the world next to the UK.

 

Tim James: It’s Time For Paarl To Pull (itself) Together

I know I?m not alone in thinking that Paarl has a rather lacklustre image as a Wine of Origin region: Paarl thinks so itself. It?s a well-internalised

 

Daisy Jones: The Eat Out Restaurant Relief Fund

Foliage in Franschhoek is one of South Africa?s top fine dining restaurants. But today the floor at Foliage is cleared of seats. In their place are crates

 

Daisy Jones: The Eat Out Restaurant Relief Fund

Foliage in Franschhoek is one of South Africa?s top fine dining restaurants. But today the floor at Foliage is cleared of seats. In their place are crates

 

20 Years Ago: Wine Magagzine

Some insight into SA wine?s recent history ? this from the May 2000 issue of Wine Magazine: News An update referred to concerns on the part of then

 

Eight May Bank Holiday Wines To Drink With A Barbecue

What would normally be celebrated on the Monday has this year been rescheduled to tie in with VE Day. And with a more encouraging weather forecast, Terry Kirby suggests the ideal bottles to match gril

 

News Round Up: All The World’s A (virtual) Stage

As the pandemic continues to run it's grim course, news of new initiatives, charitable acts, mutual support and sharing continue to pour into Harpers'...

 

Art, Food, And Beach Life Have Catapulted This South African City To Must-visit Status

What to see in the Mother City

 

Bus Spice Route Find In ’burbs Bubbles With Taste At Taza

Last Saturday myself and the small fellow popped into Flip, the new vegetarian and vegan burger joint in Dublin?s George?s Street Arcade, which was quietly opened a few weeks ago by Blazing Salads?

 

Wines From South Africa

It all started back in 1652 when the Dutch East India Company planted vines in South Africa. This was done so that grapes and wine could be given to sailors during their voyage along the Spice Route.