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< Tuesday 11 August 2015 >

Check out this Instagram account featuring hot men drinking wine!

Here’s an Instagram account that will sizzle up your social media feed!

 

Halal wine with gold flecks is Dubai`s latest luxury

Dubai built the world’s tallest building, put a ski slope inside a shopping mall and gave its cops a Lamborghini for a police car.

 

Packaging Spotlight: Hennessy V.S Deluxe Edition by Ryan McGinness

The new Limited Edition release represents the latest in a series of Hennessy V.S artist collaborations.

 

Conferences and Corporate Events at Solms-Delta

Solms-Delta in Franschhoek offers unique conference facilities to suit all your business and clientele requirements.

 

The world`s most expensive wine sells at a whopping $15 195

Bordeaux – France’s famous Burgundy region has a double reason to celebrate, with a rare vintage from the area emerging as the world’s most expensive wine just after the region was named a UN world heritage site.

 

Dombeya Fenix 2010 rated BEST VALUE Bordeaux-style blend in South Africa

Haskell Vineyards is proud to announce that the Dombeya Fenix 2010 has been judged in the Top 10 Bordeaux Blends in South Africa at the Riscura Red Hot/Wine Magazine Bordeaux Blend Challenge for 2015.

 

Amorim Cork partners with Cape Wine 2015

Amorim Cork, the world’s leading supplier of cork products, will be pulling out all stops at this year’s Cape Wine 2015, South Africa’s leading international wine showcase held every three years.

 

Simon Says… Alphabetical

Top news for Si Webberley and Dave Cope this morning with the news that Google is to rebrand itself Alphabet. For the hipster twins are the brains and looks behind Alphabetical, the first red blend to

 

Nativo Red 2009 & a dish of Sarah Graham’s Duck — 08.08.2015

Billy Hughes owns Kasteelsig, a vineyard he has farmed organically for a number of years. His 2013 Nativo White Blend was the first white to be certified as organic, and his red of that vintage, when

 

Our new tastings have been announced and tickets are selling fast

Our tastings in Johannesburg and Cape Town for the upcoming months are ready to be booked. Local and international wines can be tasted depending on the theme of the evening with some of the tastings

 

Tim James: Wine and its different levels of involvement

A reality check for aficionados of any more or less arcane things can’t be bad – a reminder for those who bandy about jargon that seems transparent enough to them but to the outsider loo

 

A Mexican product demonstration at Wild Peacocok, Stellenbosch

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Interview: Bruce Jack of Flagstone

From the August issue of Business Day WANTED: It was back in 1998 that Bruce Jack, now 46, founded Flagstone as a “virtual winery” with facilities initially located at the Waterfront in Ca

 

Cape Wine 2015, a ‘revelatory event’..

The world’s windiest vineyards, what happens when the warm Indian and cold Atlantic oceans meet, the impact of sea and mountain on Pinot noir, a Semillon vineyard more than 100 years old and the