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< Tuesday 31 May 2016 >

Cleverest women are the heaviest drinkers

Women who went to university consume more alcohol than their less-highly-educated counterparts, a major study has found.

 

Cherry juice can lower blood pressure and save your life

If tart Montmorency cherry concentrate was a drug, it would probably get FDA approval. 

 

Brewery creates Bottom Sniffer craft beer for dogs

Does your dog experience pangs of jealousy when he sees you enjoying your favourite craft brew? Bottom Sniffer, a beer for dogs that just launched in the UK, seeks to put that concern to rest.

 

Orange River Cellars Muscadel reaps highest prize at Muscadel SA Awards

The news that Orange River Cellars, the Northern Cape’s leading wine cellar, has yet again excelled with its legendary Muscadel wines should by now come as no surprize to wine consumers, but this year the producer’s perennial success story has truly reached new heights with two premier awards in two consecutive years.

 

Support Jordan`s Winter Charity Drive

We’re feeling the winter chill here in Stellenbosch and I am sure many others around Cape Town are too.

 

Stellenbosch Vineyards launches two wines under Four Secrets label

Stellenbosch Vineyards has released two new Four Secret wines during the month of May.

 

Lemon and vanilla soufflé with Straw Wine

“A Soufflé (French: [su.fle]) is a baked egg-based dish that originated in the early eighteenth century in France.

 

Holden Manz Cheese And Wine Tasting At Six Miles Roadhouse

Waldo Jansen Van Nieuwenhuizen, local Holden Manz representative, hosted a cheese and wine tasting at Six Miles Roadhouse on Saturday 28 May.

 

Intricate art – Pictures on porcelain

hose who have visited Pierneef à La Motte Restaurant on the estate might have admired the ceramic chandeliers hanging gracefully from the ceiling. Some might have enjoyed La Motte’s Winelands Tea,