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The two part heart carafe

Liviana Osti has made this cute pair of carafes a carafe that forms a heart when the two parts are assembled.

Two glass carafes shaping a human heart when joined together. The heart is a reminder for the generally underestimated but essential role health plays in our lives.

In order to prevent cardiovascular and blood pressure diseases we have to start with the root of the problem, our daily consume of food and beverage.


Creamy White-Cheddar Corn Chowder

Nearly a meal in itself, a bowl of white-cheddar corn chowder has surprising creaminess and heft, despite being low in fat.


3 Fun Facts about South African Cabernet Sauvignon

Most red wine lovers will agree that Cab is king of the red wine grapes.


Swedish royals celebrate with Graham Beck Blanc de Blancs

The next time you’re raising a glass of Graham Beck Cap Classique be assured you’re in good company!

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The world`s first cola-flavoured wine launched at Vinexpo

Haussmann Famille, part of French wine house Chateaux En Bordeaux, has launched what it claims is the world’s first cola-flavoured wine – Rouge Sucette.  


Wine of the week: Oldenburg Rhodium 2010

The year 2007 saw the first wines released from this delightfully enterprising winery which nestles in the sheltered Banhoek valley above Stellenbosch.

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The Porsche inspired wine cellar

Champagne house, Veuve Clicquot launched Vertical Limit; a stainless steel champagne cellar designed by Porsche Design Studio.


A local taste of Stellenbosch

Next month's cover story on SA wines in the Wine Spectator will surely please the Stellenbosch Wine Routes as the district gets upgraded to the "culinary capital of the winelands" as well as being cal


Karaköy, a walk next to the Goldern Horn

Karaköy, is to me the gateway to the older part of Istanbul….Sultanahmet and Eminönü. Breathing in the fresh sea air from the Goldern Horn while walking from Karaköy across the Galata Brid