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Gourmet Boerie Roll paired with OBIKWA Pinotage

A delicious topping can save the worst boerewors.


Top 10 Alcohols

WatchMojo count down the top ten alcohol types of all time.

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Unique New Wine Finished in Aged Whisky Barrels

Jacob’s Creek is pushing the boundaries of modern winemaking with the launch of Jacob’s Creek Double Barrel in New Zealand – a new range of premium red wines finished in whisk(e)y barrels.


For $300, You Can Drink Gin Made From The Bodies Of Foraged Ants

Juniper. Notes of pine. A touch of coriander. And… ants?


Infographic shows how long your bottle of wine will last once opened

Can you drink a Sauvignon Blanc after its been in the fridge for a week? And how long will an open bottle of bubbly last?


World`s most expensive tasting flight allows passengers to sip (or shoot) tequila in Gulfstream private jet for $500,000

Wealthy tequila aficionados who have grown tired of knocking back shots in a messy bar or sipping premium blends in the same old surroundings can take their love of the spirit to luxurious new heights.


Why women are becoming the key ingredient in making and marketing wine

Women and wine have long been united in the realm of cliché, from Bridget Jones and her chardonnay to the Ab Fab girls and their endless bottles of champagne.


The Most Popular Drunk Foods Around The World

BuzzFeed put together the worlds most popular food to eat when drunk.


Cape Cooperage Group invests in CWG Protégé winemaking skills

Cape Cooperage has renewed its barrel sponsorship for the 5th consecutive year to empower second year interns of the Cape Winemakers Guild Oenology Protégé Programme to craft their own wines.


Guest at Guardian Peak

After a marvellous morning of getting us spectacularly lost amongst the hills of Stellenbosch as only I seem able to do, we made our way up the correct hill to Uva Mira, and down again to Guardian Pea


KWV 10 Year Old Potstill Brandy — 20.05.2015

I have to declare an interest here – I have great feelings of nostalgia for KWV 10-year-old Brandy. In the days when my father was a wine farmer, part of the Farmer’s Quota from KWV was


Luxury White Wine – A Test of the Taste Buds

Being a fan of The White Wine as a general rule, the opportunity to participate in a white wine "taste off" at the highly esteemed Wine Cellar was very much right up my alley! Listed in order of tasti


Sugar in Wine, The Great Misunderstanding

“I have a beautiful Riesling that would go great with your dinner.” “No thanks, I don’t like sweet wines. I will just have a Coke.” A dialog that has played out countless times. How ma


The Wonder of Waterkloof

As a fledgling wineling, there are a number of farms that One hears wonderful things of. Farms that just must be visited. Waterkloof ranks amongst those. WHITE: Waterkloof Sauvignon Blanc (2014):


Mullineux Syrah 2013

The new-wave Syrahs from the Swartland seem particularly changeable in the bottle and perhaps I will come to love the 2013 vintage from Mullineux but I’m a bit underwhelmed by it at the moment.


Do you know what’s in your glass?

It has become increasingly important to know what you’re drinking and where it comes from.


Almond and Apricot Bake with Creme Anglaise

To be paired with Creation Viognier Ingredients 250 ml castor sugar 50 g butter 3 eggs 200 g flour 50 g ground almond 5 g baking powder 5 g salt 125 ml milk 50 g flaked almonds


Jancis Robinson’s Pink Rethink

In one of her newer publications, the UK’s most distinguished wine critic Jancis Robinson sheds light on one of the more unique tastings she’s attended. Forty of the world’s best


Nederburg bied ’n viertal rooiwyne & ramekins … met resepte!

Na die sukses van verlede jaar se aanbieding van rooiwyne en ramekinbakkies, is Nederburg vanjaar terug met ’n nuwe oesjaaraanbieding om die winter se koue te help verdryf. Hierdie keer


Stellenbrau — The “Beerginning” of Time

Beer has been a preferred beverage since ancient times, amongst many cultures, genders and all ages, and so the same passion for [Category: Breaking News, Stellenbosch, Winelands, Boutique Beer, Brew


The “Beerginning” of Time

Beer has been a preferred beverage since ancient times, amongst many cultures, genders and all ages, and so the same passion for [Category: Breaking News, Stellenbosch, Winelands, Boutique Beer, Brew


Marthèlize Tredoux: The “supertaster” phenomenon

The global wine industry is expected to be worth around $303 billion by 2016. The global restaurant industry is forecast to reach a value of $2.1 trillion this year. A dizzying amount of money. Both i


Concours Mondial de Bruxelles Gold for Plaisir de Merle

Plaisir de Merle in the Franschhoek Wine Valley has reaffirmed its reputation as a producer of fine wines by winning a gold medal at the recent Concours Mondial de Bruxelles (CMB) for the estateâ€