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Sweeten up this weekend`s party with Nutella vodka shots!

You won’t need an excuse to road test this delicious Creamy Nutella Vodka Cocktail.

 

This Epic Party Shot Took 60 Frames and Lots of Champagne

Ryan Schude doesn’t do selfies, street photography or fashion shoots.

 
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10 Dirtiest Things Behind Every Bar

We’ve hit the streets, visited a wide range of bars, and spoke to the women and men behind the counters who divulged their pet peeves, observations, and professional issues regarding cleanliness.

 

The South African story of Pasta and Snysels

Although the popular story is that Marco Polo brought pasta from China to introduce to Europe, there are evidence of pasta long before he travelled the world.

 

Neil Ellis releases a wine that embraces the past, present and future of the winery

Right from the start founder and winemaker Neil Ellis, who is widely respected as one of South Africa’s best winemakers, believed that no single vineyard can satisfy the needs of all grape varieties.

 

The Garland – Crowning Achievement in Simonsig`s Illustrious Wine History

Simonsig, the Stellenbosch wine estate famous for the pioneering role it played in the industry, has reached a new milestone in its proud history.

 
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Family Reserve Red wins Silver at Concours Mondial

Backsberg Family Reserve Red 2013 wins Silver at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2015. This red blend came from low yielding, high density vineyards producing grapes with exceptional flavours of cassis,

 

Bargain reds for less than R70? Shut the front door!

A couple of weeks ago we set up a little challenge: go to a bottle store and find quality reds for under R70. After a trip to Ultra Liquors (a great place for bargains, by the way), we had a stash of

 

Bohemian Melville Turns On The Charm At La Luna’s Private Dining Room

Caro's Cornucopia Corner - A four-hour degustation menu at this upmarket 7th Street restaurant is pricey, but we all need an occasional treat.

 

Coffee that’s good enough for goats

Ethiopian goatherders are what Samuel Muston thinks whenever he walk past a Starbucks. And, he might be right...

 

Sausage Patatas Bravas — Nina Timm

I am beguiled by Patatas Bravas. I just love potatoes [think I have some Irish in me] and along comes Nina Timm who, forgive the pun, makes a meal of it. This recipe has a number of my favourite compo

 

5 great child-friendly restaurants for winter in the Winelands | Eatout.co.za

The post 5 great child-friendly restaurants for winter in the Winelands | Eatout.co.za appeared first on Creation Wines. [Category: Mediabook]

 

Asara Vineyard Collection Cabernet Sauvignon 2011 — 03.04.2015

The Asara Wine Estate and Hotel is a special place. Situated in the rolling, enchantingly named, Polkadraai Hills and set amongst vineyards, the Hotel has a stunning view to the west over Stellenbosch

 

Wine-Searcher lists the world’s best value wines

  Wine-Searcher has listed Raats Red Jasper 2013 as one of the world’s top wine under $10 (R125). The vintage boasts 5 stars from Platter as well as a slew of top scores, including 90+ poi

 

Dax Villanueva: The Story of The Yellow Tin

If I mention the name Badenhorst, you probably think of Adi Badenhorst and A.A. Badenhorst Family wines. Understandably so, as Badenhorst wines have developed quite a reputation and Adi himself is qui

 

Paula’s Weekender: Cape Town

Last weekend I went up to Jozi for the launch of an event venue called Ground (I’m unashamedly punting this here because the team behind it happen to be some of my favorite people) and it was R

 

Bain’s, SA’s Single Grain Whisky Launching In The USA

The multiple award-winning Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky – South Africa’s first and only premium, 100% single grain whisky – is making its United States debut this July in Ill