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Packaging Spotlight: Naked Beer

Mouth watering beer can design!


200 Years of History to be auctioned for Charity

A discussion around the last 187 years of history would make for some lively dinner conversation, and would probably only be eclipsed by drinking a dessert wine that is as old as the stories going round the table.

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Fleur du Cap triumphs once again in Dessert Wine tasting

The jewel of Die Bergkelder, Fleur du Cap Noble Late Harvest, has triumphed once again as one of South Africa’s top wines by scoring the highest rating in Classic Wine magazine’s Dessert Wines tasting.


Taj Cape Town`s September Expressions of Franschhoek

Taj Cape Town now continue their journey through the Cape winelands in our ‘Expressions of…’ series with a visit to the beautiful Franschhoek Valley.


Super Single Vineyards Super Special on 5 Ounces

Pella is a project led by Daniël de Waal, who was the 2002 Diners Club Winemaker of the Year.


20 Finalists of the FNB Top 10 Sauvignon Blanc announced

The Sauvignon Blanc Interest Group of South Africa (SBIG), organiser of the 2012 FNB Sauvignon Blanc Top 10 Competition, has revealed the 20 highest rated wines in the countdown to the announcement of the overall winners.


Stem in De Bos

James Borland, beverage guru from the Taj Hotel, summed up the Bosman Fairtrade Cabernet 2011 called De Bos, launched yesterday at The Potluck Club in the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock as "a young pri


Palesa & Palissander

Holding up the bar this morning at Clarke's on Bree, as is my breakfast want, waiting for Pieter Cronje to deliver some Palesa Fairtrade wine for a food/wine matching guide I'm writing, I was handed a


Biodynamic Composting on Haskell Vineyards

by Werner ElsAt Haskell Vineyards we believe that taking care of the soil is just as important as the quality wines we to produce. That is why good vineyard management has always been crucial to us.On