During the Easter period, the Pierneef à La Motte kitchen will be baking delightful traditional braided sourdough breads. (more…)

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Easter recipe from the Farm Shop at La Motte

During the Easter period, the Pierneef à La Motte kitchen will be baking delightful traditional braided sourdough breads.

 

3 Exceptional new wines to buy and try

Most of us have broken all our well-meant 2015 resolutions by now, right? So here’s a new and much more practical resolution you might be able to keep…

 
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The Test Kitchen named 44th Best Restaurant in the World

LUKE DALE-ROBERTS’S THE TEST KITCHEN in Cape Town’s urban enclave of Woodstock has just been placed 44th on the list of the Elite Traveler Top 100 Restaurants 2015.

 

Nederburg`s Heritage Heroes Wines Wow UK Tastemakers

Nederburg’s gourmet range, Heritage Heroes is charming some high-profile tastemakers in the UK.

 

Leeuwenkuil versus Reyneke

The two top 2012 syrahs from Leeuwenkuil and Reyneke make for an interesting comparison – not least because they were both made by Rudiger Gretschel, the head wine man at wine company Vinimark

 

Romerige likeurs vir diegene wat jonk van hart is

Cookies&Crazy, Cuppnchino Cream en Marshmallow Pop! klink dalk soos lekkernye vir die kleinspan, maar wees verseker, hierdie speelse name verwys na drankies wat veel eerder gepas is vir die opkik

 
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SA on Tap Beer Fest

Since having moved to South Africa two years ago, I seem to have become an avid festival-goer. It does not matter whether it’s a music festival, a food festival or a wine & beer fest â€

 

Should you invest in South African wines?

In the last 20 years, fine wine has established itself as a credible alternative asset class. Bordeaux has long attracted the attention of investors, but demand is also broadening to include Burgundy,

 

The Imibala Trust — bringing colour into the lives of children

A visit to The Imibala Trust is always, for me, a very moving experience. Imibala, Xhosa for colours, is a social movement of commitment towards enriching, bringing colour, into the lives of school go

 

Vintage variation

At the recent Steenberg Long Lunch, a colleague asked me if it’s possible to give a collective vintage description for South Africa’s white wines. Whew, that’s some task, consider