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< Wednesday 13 February 2013 >

Cocaine Liqueur

While cocaine is still illegal, coca leaf is fair game for inclusion in food and beverages once the cocaine alkaloid has been removed.


Packaging Spotlight: Indaba Wines

In redesigning the labels, capsules and carton, Cape Classics’ design team was inspired by the natural environment found on the southern tip of South Africa,


Jordan Estate wines selected for Prince Harry`s Sentebale Gala Dinner

Jordan Wine Estate, one of South Africa’s leading wine estates, situated in Stellenbosch, South Africa,


Wine of the week: Neethlinghof Six Flowers

In 2009 The Neethlingshof wine estate outside Stellenbosch launched a highly successful reserve tier of wines, made exclusively from hand-picked grapes, which are named The Short Story Collection.


3 Pink Delights for Valentine’s Day

When it comes to choosing wines for Valentine’s Day, certain descriptors seem to suggest romance: sparkling, pink, sweet. 


Tune in to RED ESCape Wine’s online launch

Tune in to RED ESCape Wine’s online launch today @ 10:00 am on Zone Radio.


Entertaining with Fairview Cheese

The extremely talented girls from The Pretty Blog has done it again.


It`s Backsberg Picnic Concert time!

We invite you to enjoy top musicians at our fourth Picnic Concerts Series. Gather together with friends and family, and head to the farm for this season’s Backsberg Picnic Concerts Series.


Circumstance Cape Coral Mourvèdre: The epitome of elegance

Waterkloof Estate’s commitment to sustainable wine farming ethics, yields rosy results for this awe-inspiring cellar on the elevated outskirts of the Helderberg Winelands,


Interview – Celebrity TreeHugger Woody Harrelson on His Tree-Saving Paper Mill

You may know Woody Harrelson for his Emmy-winning television work, his Oscar-nominated film roles, or as this year’s official sexiest celebrity vegetarian (thank you, PETA).


China/South Africa Wine Friendship Association

China has been trading with South Africa since the days of the Song Dynasty, over eight centuries ago.  Today Sino-African annual trade is in excess of $166 billion and there are 750,000 Chinese trad