Lil Jon never passes up an opportunity for a good time, and on Oct. 13 the rapper celebrated the six-year anniversary of Tenjune in New York City. (more…)

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Lil Jon Celebrates Tenjune’s Anniversary With Rhinestone-Encrusted Tequila Bottle

Lil Jon never passes up an opportunity for a good time, and on Oct. 13 the rapper celebrated the six-year anniversary of Tenjune in New York City.

 

Packaging Spotlight: Porseleinberg

Straight from the heart of the Swartland, South Africa! The Porseleinberg label was designed by Fanakalo.

 
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The Rules Of Strip Wine Tasting

I am sure everyone, at least once in their adolescent life played strip poker on a drunken frat night, more so to check out the guys and gals that share your dorm room,

 

A Beer Can Keyboard is a Brilliant, Sad Waste of Booze

It’s hard not to wonder if any of the geniuses from Robofun ever got thirsty while designing their Arduino-powered beer can computer keyboard.

 

Tapas at Glen Carlou

Tapas at Glen Carlou is back on Thursday & Friday afternoons from 4pm to 7pm.

 

Hillcrest celebrates 10 years of wine making

For winemaker Dr Graeme ”Curly” Read it feels like yesterday when he passionately embraced the challenge as Hillcrest’s first winemaker. 10 Years later and he still enjoys every minute of it!

 

Improve what`s in your glass by paying attention to wine temperatures

Do you drink (or serve) your red wines too warm? Are your white wines too cold?

 

Delectable New Pairings Offered at Uitkyk

The historic Uitkyk estate close to Stellenbosch has two exciting new pairings on offer.

 
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It’s Classic Week at Steenberg!

Already in its 12th year, the Steenberg Classic started in 2000 as an initiative by members of the Steenberg Golf Club who felt they would like to contribute to the local community.

 

Pinotage Persecuted in WSJ

Is the current blitzkrieg trashing all things South African part of the campaign to elect Mormon Mitt Romney to high office next month? First up were the economic attacks in the New York Times, Wall S

 

A Wee Couthy Dram

"That David Stewart is a couthy chap" concluded Kevin Ritchie, deputy editor of The Star after listening to the former master blender of Balvenie on a conference call from Cannes where David is attend