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< Wednesday 18 December 2013 >

From Milk to Wine – Groote Post celebrates 15 years of winemaking

The Darling wine region reached a major milestone in November when Groote Post celebrated its 15th vintage.


What Booze You Should Bring to Every Kind of Party

Everyone has a booze-bum friend who never contributes any alcohol to the party, but has zero qualms about beelining straight for the top-shelf stuff as soon as it’s set down. Are you that friend? Oh man, you might be that friend.


Plaisir De Merle To Host Winemaker’s Table, The Most Perfect Evening

AVE THE DATE – 15 February 2014, for an unforgettable Winemaker’s Table dinner at Plaisir de Merle where the gardens, manicured lawns and rolling vista of vines invite you to breathe in the elegance of yesteryear while experiencing superior quality and service. 


WIN a luxurious week`s stay at Alluvia Wine Estate to the value of R22,000!

Alluvia Wine Estate is offering 5ounces members an exclusive opportunity to win 7 nights accommodation for two people worth R22,000!


Florida man tries to trade alligator for beer, gets cited

A Florida man walked into a convenience store with a live alligator and tried to trade it for a 12-pack of beer, according to wildlife authorities who cited him with illegally capturing the animal.


This Hangover Taxi Will Serve You Noodles and Bring You to Work

In what is perhaps the most brilliant idea of 2014, a London noodle shop has launched Kab-U-To Work, a service they’ve dubbed the “Hangover Taxi.”


Solms-Delta Summer Concerts

Join Solms-Delta on Saturday evenings from 25 January to 22 February to enjoy traditional Kaapse-kos and unique Solms-Delta wines while listening to the sounds of local favourites including


GP set to increase at GP

What a difference a curator makes! My first visit to The Gallery at Grande Provence in Franschhoek since Trent Read pushed the grape curtain firmly aside and tackled the doilies and ethno-bongo-tat o


Agritourismo Ayama

The Swartland Revolution was always too good to be true. And tasting some recent releases, its starting to show. Seems that some brands have been hijacked by the mercenaries of Mammon, internet mogul


Supermarkets rule the SA cellar, OK?

Supermarkets rule the Aussie wine cellar, selling 77% of wine Down Under, up from 60% in 2007. Fully 16% of supermarket sales are own label brands making supermarkets the biggest customer and competit