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Adele banned from her own Twitter account due to drunk tweets

Adele has revealed she has been banned from social media by her management.


Avocado Pesto Pasta

Go green on Mondays! Avocados add a silky consistency and cheese-like richness to this dairy-free pesto recipe.

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12 Unique Las Vegas drinks you can’t get anywhere else

f you’re a frequent Vegas vacationer, then you’ve already seen people walking along the Strip with yard-long margaritas and all sorts of fun, festive drinks. But the Las Vegas Strip offers so many other drinks you have yet to try.


Pierneef à La Motte Restaurant introduces Sunday Family Lunch

Bringing together food, wine and family, Pierneef à La Motte restaurant on family-owned La Motte wine estate in the Franschhoek Valley, is now adding another dimension to the estate’s internationally acknowledged food and wine experience – the Sunday Family Lunch.


Does ultraviolet radiation improve wine quality?

New Zealand has a reputation of being one of the worst places in the world to get sunburnt, but the ultraviolet radiation that causes it is not all bad news, according to Lincoln University UV expert Brian Jordan.


Benguela Cove to Host Multi-discipline Adventure Weekend in November

Benguela Cove are delighted to announce that they will be hosting their first multi-discipline event in association with TriSport at Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate in Walker Bay, Hermanus.


South African Winemakers are doing it for themselves

By Malu Lambert

The Zoo Biscuits are a gang of like-minded wine producers passionate about making handcrafted wines—without the backing of big wine estates.


Interview with Duncan Savage, Winemaker at Cape Point Vineyards

The Explore Sideways team is a big fan of the fun and fearless, Duncan Savage, award winning winemaker atCape Point Vineyards. He’s got a charismatic swagger that can be found in everything from his


The lolly of Laurence

A lovely, if crass, anecdote putting the price of the Laurence Graff 2012 Reserve Cabernet (R2,500) into perspective in the Weekend FT. In New York in 2013, the billionaire jeweller and collector La


Tim James: A Review Of The Swartland Revolution 2015

This last weekend saw perhaps the best Swartland Revolution yet – but I suppose that's excitedly claimed each year by at least a few attendees. For those who


Interview: Nico Vermeulen Of Ruitersvlei And Nico Vermeulen Wines


Interview: Nico Vermeulen Of Ruitersvlei And Nico Vermeulen Wines

From the November issue of Business Day WANTED: Nico Vermeulen, 61, is nothing if not a wine industry veteran. He completed his winemaking studies at