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The world`s first insect and wine matching guide


A British wine merchant has created the world’s first insect and wine matching guide.

 

Exploring the wild side of Gondwana Game Reserve


The sight of two Zebras mating was not exactly what I expected to see when we drove through the gates of Gondwana Game Reserve.

 

Rugby stars Ruan Pienaar and Robbie Diack plan to score with new fine wine range


Ulster Rugby stars Ruan Pienaar and Robbie Diack have launched their new Ballybosch range of wine and want you to give it a try.

 

StreetSmart diners raise R480 000 in Cape Town


StreetSmart SA, an organisation dedicated to helping street children rebuild their lives through donations from restaurants in the Western Cape and Gauteng, has handed over R480 000 to their Cape Town beneficiaries for 2015.

 

What’s the big deal with ‘Black Friday’?


Black Friday is the Friday following Thanksgiving Day in the United States (the fourth Thursday of November), often regarded as the beginning of the Christmas shopping season. The day's name origin

 

New Look Coming Soon!


With all the new developments at Solms-Delta over the past few months, one would think we were just about done… but we still have a few more surprises in store before the year comes to an end

 

Jacques Bruére Blanc de Blanc 2009


With the festive season nearly upon us, Winemag.co.za offices are receiving more bubbly samples than usual. We were particularly impressed by the new releases in the Jacques Bruére range of Cap Class

 

Save the Date! – ATKV-Oesfees 2015


Save the date – Saturday 21 March 2015 – for the ATKV-Oesfees 2015. Locals and visitors come together to give thanks for the end of a successful harvest. Emo Adams and Elvis Blue are two o

 

Zonnebloem Laureat with Jules Mercer’s contemporary festive fare


Food stylist Jules Mercer, recently set up as a food stylist in Cape Town and has been sipping on Zonnebloem’s contemporary classics to inspire her. Here she plays a little with culinary traditi

 

Exciting new food and wine pairing at Durbanville Hills


Durbanville Hills Wines has come to realise that although sipping on award-winning wines is a delight, once you bring food into the equation the experience moves to an extraordinary level of discovery

 

Kickass Collab: #CTFoB


Cape Town Festival of Beer is here and all us beer geeks are secretly hoping for the same thing. The post Kickass Collab: #CTFoB appeared first on The Craft Beer Project.

 

To boldly sip some coffee in space


Astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti is the first person to sample a proper short black coffee at zero gravity.

 

Castle 1895, a new tank beer


Living in Newlands one is very aware of the brewery down on the main road. In the 1970s, there were still remnants of the small breweries up closer to the mountain that made their beer from the fresh

 

Versailles met wyn


Koos Bekker's Babylonstoren estate on the road to Simondium, suffers from a bad case of schizophrenia. On the French hand it identifies with Franschhoek when it comes to marketing. It is located in Pa

 

Out and about in Breedekloof


There are certain places I’d prefer not to write about lest they be discovered and irrevocably lose their charm.  This Breedekloof farm is one of those places… Edelgard Lategan started building R