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< Monday 14 March 2016 >

Someone Made Wine Out Of Tomatoes!

Can we erect a statue for former pork butcher Pascal Miche, who has managed to make wine from tomatoes?

 

Is Cape Town the New Global Gin Capital?

A South African plant is giving new life (and flavor) to one of your favorite spirits.

 

Alcohol-free beer may boost breast milk supply

In addition to stocking up on diapers and wipes, families in Germany preparing for a newborn often make beer runs—for the breast-feeding mom-to-be.

 

Apple and Bacon Stuffed Sweet Potatoes

Stuffed sweet potatoes make a nice change from ordinary potatoes.

 
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Trevor Noah roasts Trump`s shameless lies about shady wine and steak ventures

Donald Trump used his victory speech for an infomercial to sell some Trump brand products while a Secret Service agent guarded the table of wine and steak.

 

The UCT GSB open day on the regulatory and international trade challenges facing SA wine businesses

The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business UCT GSB invites wine business practitioners to register for the annual open day of the wine business management programme in May 2016.

 
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Jack Black Beer introduces new label

Jack Black has just announced that its new packaging is hitting the shelves as we speak!

 

Sommelier`s Choice Part 3 brought to you by Creation Wines

In this popular series we feature selected sommeliers from top restaurants around the world.

 

Verdelho adds exotic richness to the Boplaas Cape Portuguese White Blend

The Boplaas Cape Portuguese White Blend 2015 compromises half Verdelho with 27% Chardonnay and 23% Sauvignon Blanc (unwooded).

 

Experience value for money wines with Spar`s Olive Brook Range

 

How to Make Cold-Brewed Coffee

Cold brew's so hot—er, cold—right now.

 

The Best Wines In South Africa

The South African Wine Index (SAWi) has released its ranking of the top wine producers in South Africa, and the leading brand in each wine category.

 

How to Make Cannabis-Infused Bacon Bloody Marys

Get baked with a boozy brunch cocktail

 

Top 10 Fun Wine And Food Pairings For Travellers In Stellenbosch

Explore unusual food and wine pairings in one of SA’s most prominent wine districts. This is Stellenbosch!

 

Move over Sauvignon Blanc, here comes Grüner Veltliner

Hats off to Diemersdal dynamo Thys Louw who has batted for years making Sauvignon Blanc in Durbanville. On his first time out with Austrian favourite Grüner Veltliner, he strikes gold and a Wine of

 

How you make your coffee matters

Depending on if you dig drip, French press, cold brew, or prefer to single-pod it up, your method of coffee making has a measurable impact on flavor and quality.

 

The Tulbagh Valley Makes An Idyllic Getaway For Wine-loving Road-trippers

The Tulbagh valley tends to keep a low profile, and yet the vineyards and wineries cradled by the Obiqua, Winterhoek and Witzenberg mountains are quietly making a name for themselves as producers of t

 

ABC: Abuja, Bordeaux, Cape Town

On Friday I'm off to Abuja to organize an African Wine Festival. I've given up waiting for WOSA to wake up and realize that South Africa is the vineyard for the continent, so I shall have to do everyt

 

Win tickets to the SouthYeasters Summer Festival

Win a pair of tickets to the 2016 SouthYeasters Summer Festival, the premier homebrewing event in Cape Town

 

Millennials are ditching beer for liquor and wine

Beer's popularity among millennials is decreasing.

 

Db Green Awards 2016: The Shortlist

Following judging this week, we are pleased to announce the shortlist for The Drinks Business Green Awards 2016, which are designed to celebrate those companies striving to reduce their impact on the

 

Did Vergelegen uber-boss Mark Cutifani really earn R75 billion last year?

As CEO of Anglo American, Aussie Mark Cutifani is the ultimate manager of Vergelegen. In a shocking revelation, the Financial Times today reveals that Mark was paid R75 billion last year. Mr Cutifani,

 

Full-bodied, flavourful reds from Allee Bleue

  Welcome signs of autumn everywhere, not least of which are cool nights and early mornings. Evenings where full-bodied reds can again be contemplated with enthusiasm after a long, hot, w