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Layers of veggies, sauce, cheese, and thick wavy noodles. We like!


Brimming with shade trees and bounded by the Tuma river, the lower climes of Roger Castellon’s farm in Nicaragua’s mountainous Jinotega department were long ideal for growing coffee.


There are many things man can do on the moon. Drop a feather and a bowling ball.


If I asked you to picture the consumer luxury market, you might imagine jewels, sports cars, watches, premium drinks, high-end shoes and apparel, and so on.

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Yesterday a number of writers celebrated the current harvest with hosts Gary and Kathy Jordan of Jordan Wines, an event which highlighted how climate change is affecting grape harvesting too.


At Creation the 2016 harvest is in full swing and to share in the adventure (and hard work!) are three talented and energetic interns, eager to enrich their winemaking experience.

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The vodka business is a wonderful testament to the brute power of consumer marketing. By federal dictate, America's best-selling liquor is required to ...


AC/DC fans can now show their support by purchasing the band’s new branded bourbon and cola beverage — and help unsigned Australian artists in the bargain. The new drink, suitably titled AC

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Sushi will increase your chances of a second date by 170 percent. Match.com has released its sixth annual study on the singles in America. The findings aren’t entirely surprising, although s


Stellenbosch clearly weren't joking when they rebranded themselves from Oak City to the Kingdom of Cabernet last year at Cape Wine 2015. Bet the tasting panel wished they'd included Warwick in their T


South Africa's wine region, which gave the world one of its ugliest political philosophies, is one of the world's most beautiful places.


Turns out South Africa isn't without its craf juniper spirits. Welcome South African gin Inverroche to the UK, via Museum Wines.


The last hour of yesterday's ODI against England at Newlands was what SA does best. Glorious weather, good natured rivalry with the Barmy Army and AB de Villiers and David Wiese blasting the lights ou


There are few things that people from Ivory Coast enjoy more than a night out with champagne, music and big cigars.


South Africa may prove a bottleneck for Anheuser-Busch InBev as it awaits approval for its SABMiller takeover, an analyst has said.


Enjoy a couple of cold ones at Darling Brewery's new location, writes Bianca Coleman.