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South African Brandy Awarded As World`s Best

In a boost for Distell’s reputation as a producer of world-class brandies, the popular Klipdrift Premium has been named as 2016’s World’s Best Brandy at the World Brandy Awards.


Make your Easter basket boozy with these Bourbon Chocolate Bunnies

Easter egg hunts were fine and good when you were a kid and sugar was the only rush you needed. But it’s time to set the Peeps aside. It’s time to get drunk the Easter way!

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Avocado Deviled Eggs for Easter

After Easter, people often find themselves left with a carton full of pretty, uneaten hard-boiled eggs.


What is causing your wine headache?

Are you feeling a bit sore behind the eyes after a good time last night? David Bird MW explains what is probably causing that wine headache, otherwise known as a hangover.

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Durbanville Hills shines at Chardonnay du Monde

Two of Durbanville Hills’ Chardonnay wines are amongst the Top 15 South African wines as judged during the 23rd Chardonnay du Monde held annually in Burgundy.


How to Train Your Palate to Taste Wine Like a Pro

“The nose carries notes of crushed berries, fig, and fresh roses,” says the sommelier, describing the wine you’re tasting to decide whether to order a bottle.


An Easter Celebration à la Creation

At Creation we celebrate holidays and special occasions creating memories.


The Perfect Negroni Cocktail

If you?ve ever been to Italy in the summer, then you?ve probably noticed how the locals (and tourists, for that matter) sit outside at any restaurant and make it a regular habit to sip …

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In search of the elusive hangover cure

“One should always be drunk. That’s all that matters… But with what? With wine, with poetry, or with virtue, as you chose. But get drunk.” ― Charles Baudelaire, circa


Sauvignon Blanc Masters 2015: The Results

Sauvignon Blanc has carved a comfortable niche for itself with producers and consumers alike. But is it time the grape upped its game? Our Masters tasting sought to find out.