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Allesverloren – South Africa’s Douro?

I have twice had the good fortune to visit the indescribably beautiful Douro Valley up in the north of Portugal. Last time I drove up with Anibal Coutinho a well known Portuguese Wine Writer, blogger,

 

Grape vs Grain Round 2: The Cheese Course

If you were at Taste of Cape Town, hopefully you caught the premiere Grape vs Grain show, where I go head to head with wine-drinker ...The post Grape vs Grain Round 2: The Cheese Course appeared first

 

Investing in people

The most important person a wine producer can invest in is he or she who first comes into contact with a visitor to the winery tasting room or at a show. Enthusiasm, knowledge and a helpful attitude w

 

Arniston Bay Mint, Aloe & Lemongrass Infusion – 21.04.14

Arniston Bay is a well-known wine brand emanating from Stellenbosch Vineyard a winery on Welmoed, one of the original Cape Dutch houses along the Eerste River. Well known brands come from this house,

 
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Nabygelegen Snow Mountain Chardonnay Pinot Noir 2013 – 21.04.14

Pinot Noir is over 1,000 years older than that other well-known French grape Cabernet Sauvignon, a relative Johnny-come-lately that developed in the 1700s in the freshly drained, courtesy of the Dutch

 

Investing in people

The most important person a wine producer can invest in is he or she who first comes into contact with a visitor to the winery tasting room or at a show. Enthusiasm, knowledge and a helpful attitude w

 
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WineStyle’s Top 5 Winter Getaways

Looking to escape this coming winter and enjoy the wonders our chilly South Africa has to offer?  Amanda Robbins listed some of WineStyle's top choices for 2014.1.) Tiffindell Ski Resort&nbs

 

5 Winter food and wine pairings

Creamy, hot and delicious! Need a little inspiration for the cold weather creeping over SA.  Here are 5 delicious food and wine pairings you must try!1. Beef Stoganoff and Barton's Merlot&nb

 

5 reasons to join a wine club

If you are here, you probably enjoy drinking wine and appreciate the craft of it. So why not join a club and reap the many benefits that come with. Here are 5 reasons to join a wine club.1. Benefit 1:

 

Autumn Magazine’s Mover & Shaker Feature: Matt Manning

WineStyle asks private chef Matt Manning how it all began, and found out a few of his ‘ingredients. If you missed out on a copy of the Autumn Magazine here's our Mover and Shaker! Be sure to su