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Bigger groups of friends down more drinks on a night out

On a night out on the town, bigger groups of friends tend to down more drinks than smaller ones.


Tips For Storing Olive Oil

Olive oil is an amazing product with many proven health benefits.

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Shoprite goes to top court over loss of licence to sell wine next to food

WHEN grocery retailers in the Eastern Cape lost their licences to sell wine on their shelves alongside groceries, it was an arbitrary deprivation of property, Shoprite Checkers argued at the Constitutional Court on Thursday.


How to raid the minibar at Laborie

It’s been four decades since minibars made their big splash at the Hong Kong Hilton in 1974.


uniWines Vineyards Extends Offering to Craft Beer Through Wild Clover Brewery

uniWines Vineyards from Rawsonville in the Breedekloof Valley has teamed-up with craft beer specialist Wild Clover Brewery from Stellenbosch to expand its offering to include quality craft beer in its beverage portfolio.


3 Ways to enjoy a bottle of Lanzerac Alma Mater Rosé

Looking for a rosé to enjoy in 3 ways?


Smokin` by the Shiraz River of Love

Story by: Lafras Huguenet.


'n Pel in the Winelands

At last an estate that gets it. Montpellier de Tulbagh that rejoices in the wonderful nickname Mond vol Piele have launched a 300 club to cash in on their historicity. R3,500 buys you and a partner a

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The South African Challenge at Absa Cape Epic

In 2014 Philip Buys, riding with then Cross Country World Champion Nino Schurter of Switzerland, won two stages of the Absa Cape Epic. Matthys Beukes, riding with Gert Heyns, won the prestigious Grand


Seriously Old Dirt: A Wine Cellar Exclusive from Vilafonté

With a wealth of accolades and 90+ ratings in tow, Vilafonté has become a benchmark for South African Bordeaux blends. This year they have introduced a limited-production label – Seriously


Fantastic Children’s Theatre Returns to Paul Cluver

Round up the kids, pack a picnic lunch and take a trip to the magical forest amphitheatre at Paul Cluver Wines, Elgin on 28 March, for a fun-packed afternoon of children’s theatre. This year Roa


Raising profiles, creating jobs

A new initiative on the cards aims to see more bottled wines exported from our shores, writes Nicola Jenvey.