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Anwilka 2012 – 25.06.2016

Anwilka 2012 Part of the Klein Constantia Wine Estate stable is Anwilka, a wines Estate in the southerly end of the Stellenbosch Wine Appellation.  This small 40 hectare red wine estate is affected


From Elsenburg to the future (via Burgundy)

Many times I’ve driven past Elsenburg Agricultural Training Institute just outside Stellenbosch town, but never visited the place – though it’s where a good chunk of South African


Osso Bucco – Tracy Foulkes

Tracy Foulkes’s Osso Bucco Tracy says this is a great one for winter! Curl up by the fire with some delicious red wine and enjoy! Osso Bucco ¼ cup NoMU Extra Virgin Olive Oil 12 small beef sh


Landskroon Shiraz 2014 – 24.06.2016

Landskroon Shiraz 2014 The estate is situated on the south western slopes of the iconic Paarl Mountain and faces towards Table Mountain which is on the western horizon.  Long known as producers of

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Slow-cooked shredded beef Sloppy Joes with pickled jalapeños – Alida Ryder

Slow-cooked shredded beef Sloppy Joes with pickled jalapeños by Alida Ryder Alida says: “I recently served these Sloppy Joes topped with grated mature cheddar (what else?!) and a few pickled


Kranskop is tops

The WellsFaber Black Magic Sommeliers were raving about a continental Pinot Noir in the City Press this morning. Did SA plant Pinot in the wrong place at Walker Bay? Pinot Noir has a dangerous nick


Bordeaux-style blends – really the best?

Some 26 years ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Paul Pontallier, then Technical Director of Bordeaux First Growth, Chateau Margaux (he very sadly died, far too young, a few weeks ago). At the ti