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< Tuesday 24 March 2015 >

Delicious Parmesan Chicken Bites with Place in the Sun Unwooded Chardonnay

The best chicken nuggets you will ever have – crisp-tender and completely homemade with Parmesan goodness!

 

Fergie serves Ferguson Crest wine at her 40th birthday bash

Fergie threw herself an early birthday party in celebration of turning 40 over the weekend and invited her close friends and family.

 

Packaging Spotlight: Doctor`s Orders Gin

The client and project overview: Legend Distilling came to us with a fresh idea to open a craft-based distillery in the heart of Naramata wine country in BC.

 

What your favourite wine says about you

You’re one of those people that actually uses the term “wine:30” unironically.

 

La Motte again awarded as wine tourism destination of the year

The performance of La Motte Wine Estate and the Franschhoek Tourism Association in the annual Cape Winelands District Municipality Mayoral Tourism Awards,

 

Recognition of Terroir wines continues

This year see the 10th Novare SA Terroir Wine Awards, founded in 2006 to recognize South Africa’s top quality wines which truly represent a specific viticultural terrain.

 

The Mafioso and the Pichon-Lalande ’86

Nearly a decade later than some people, I last night got to watch Tony Soprano, the Mafioso anti-hero of the great TV series The Sopranos, stealing and then drinking Château Pichon-Longueville-Comt

 

Recognition of Terroir wines continues

Marius Labuschagne (founder), Marina van Til (Novare), Charl Theron (technical coordinator) and Samarie Smith (judge) share a moment in the vineyard to celebrate this year’s 10th Novare SA Terr

 
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Decanter’s best Chardonnays outside Burgundy

Numerous South African wines have been listed by Decanter in their guide to the best Chardonnays outside Burgundy, with Hamilton Russell , Crystallum and Chamonix standing out as some of their f

 

A damn fine 15 year old

A fine roast chicken deserves a fine red wine. My roast chook was damn fine. Fresh herbs, garlic and butter stuffed under the skin, lemon in the belly, streaky bacon draped on top and all surrounded b

 

Wining, dining and autumn festivities

Grande Provence in Franschhoek resumes its monthly Wine & dine Collaboration dinners in April. They take place on a Friday at the estate restaurant, where executive chef Darren Badenhorst presents