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Multifaceted The Franschhoek Cellar continues to elevate visitor experience

The Franschhoek Cellar, located at the gateway of the Western Cape tourism hub Franschhoek, is known for high quality hospitality, but visitors will be thrilled to learn that this premier winelands destination has expanded its offering even more, with many exciting attractions still to come.

 

Budweiser First To Deliver Beer With Self-Drive Truck

Otto and Budweiser recently delivered the world’s first shipment of beer, with no driver in the front seat. The autonomous truck drove itself a 120 miles from Fort Collins, through Denver to Colorado Springs.

 

Energising snacks that are better than Coffee

We all love a cup of coffee in the morning to start our day. However, a lot of times we feel like we need a second cup of coffee by the afternoon, but we don’t want to have that much coffee in one day.

 

You can help save the Great Barrier Reef by drinking beer

You’ve probably heard of pouring one out for the departed, but one Australian initiative wants you to pour one to save a life that’s not lost just yet — the life of the Great Barrier Reef.

 

The different styles of South African Chenin Blanc

Johan Joubert from Boland Cellars talks about the different SA Chenin Blanc styles at CapeWine2015.

 

Pick your own fruit and enjoy leisurely lunches at De Krans this summer

Summer brings with it an array of glorious things. Long lazy days at the pool, sipping ice cold cocktails, leisurely lunches and of course deliciously sweet seasonal fruit. Look no further than De Krans Wine Cellar in Calitzdorp for two of these summer sensations.

 

Vinpro melts down

Roy Cokayne, a writer on Business Times, is well named. His frontpage scoop today headlined "PPC shares spike as Nelson gets appointed" is a cockeyed doozy. "PPC shares advanced as much as 0.17%... be

 

Cabernet Franc, frankly

It's not everyday you get wine poured for you by a chap whose day job is managing R150 billion of investments. It happened to me last month when Alywn van der Merwe of Sanlam Private Wealth, asked me

 
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A Wine With History… And A Newcomer

The Melck family of Muratie in Stellenbosch does a great job of preserving and celebrating the heritage of the 330-year-old farm

 

Calls For Robertson Wines To Be Banned From Rmb Winex Festival

Earlier this week, Denmark's biggest supermarket chains pulled South African wines off its shelves.

 

Calls For Robertson Wines To Be Banned From Rmb Winex Festival

Earlier this week, Denmark's biggest supermarket chains pulled South African wines off its shelves.