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< Friday 3 June 2016 >

Rihanna`s Pool Float Had to Suffer So That Her Wine Glass Could Live


Rihanna would rather fall off a swan than spill the good stuff.

 

South Africa now cheapest place in the world to buy a beer


With a crumbling economy and a currency in free-fall, South Africa has now become one of the cheapest destinations in the world to buy a beer.

 

Boland Cellar: Pioneers Of Collaboration


Founded in 1941 and celebrating its 75th birthday in 2016, Boland Cellar in the beautiful Paarl Valley is one of South Africa’s oldest producer cellars and a regional specialist with a history of crafting internationally acclaimed wines.

 

Nederburg takes two trophies at Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show

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Nederburg has won two trophies, three gold and five silver medals at this year’s Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show to emerge as one of the top three performers in the competition.

 
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De Grendel Restaurant earns 2016 Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence

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De Grendel is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded with a TripAdvisor® Certificate of Excellence.

 

Team Porex SA stronger than ever


Since going at it alone, Porex SA has gone from strength to strength and now offers three distinct services.  Porex SA recently parted ways with the RX Group and now operates from its

 
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Thumbs up for Chenin


Boasting the most gold medals at this year’s Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show, Chenin Blanc continues to impress. Edo Heyns highlights the judges’ key take-home messages. With a new format tha

 

A diverse people’s story


Kingsley Makhubela, the man at the helm of the Brand SA, hopes to create a positive brand image through the stories of South Africans. He spoke to Sandile Mkhwanazi. Not new to presenting South Afric

 

Smarter, faster, richer, wiser


A healthy, adaptable and competitive wine industry is in the best interest of each of its stakeholders. And this is exactly what the Wine Industry Strategic Exercise (Wise) envisions. WANDA AUGUSTYN s

 

Seizing opportunities in Canada


Market watch: Canada Wosa market manager for Canada Laurel Keenan talks to WineLand about “cult Chenin”, the role of somms and other opportunities in this growing market. What are some

 

Good people, good business


Understanding consumers’ needs and how to address them with the right business focus are among the most important lessons he’s learned. Wanda Augustyn talks to Hidden Valley owner Riaan St