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<< Wednesday 1 March 2017 >

If you’re one of those people who loves nothing more than a refreshing gin and tonic, no matter the weather, then we have some interesting reading for you.

 

The captivating history of Linton Park Wine Estate outside Wellington, thus far described by some as the ‘undiscovered gem of the Cape Winelands’, was formally revealed to the media and some VIP guests at a special event held at the estate on Thursday, 23 February 2017.

 
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Mad Scientist brewery in Hungary is giving away free crates of personalized beer to anyone who adopts one of seven chosen dogs from the local animal shelter, in order to encourage people to adopt.

 

Capetonian Sarah Kennan is the creator of South Africa’s home grown version of tequila, La Leona.

 

De Grendel is celebrating their first award of 2017!

 

The board of Franschhoek Wine Valley are pleased to announce that Reinher Behrens has been appointed as the CEO of The Franschhoek Wine Valley Tourism Authority NPC (FWV), which came into effect on 1 February 2017.

 
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Hong Kong bars have tweaked the standard rules of the American frat-house drinking game to simplify play?and sell more beer?to the horror of many traditionalists. ?It requires absolutely zero skills.?

 

The new sparkling rose and cucumber tonic is poised to be the perfect accompaniment to fine gins.

 

Born and brought up in the tiny town of Pniel in the Western Cape, Denise Stubbs never imagined that she would one day be running a highly successful, black-owned wine and hospitality brand.

 

This year Backsberg Estate Cellars teamed up with Good Housekeeping SA to bring you four top-class musical acts at our annual Picnic Concert Series. The eclectic Nomadic Orchestra were first out

 

We catch up with the Food Network icon, champion of overlooked culinary destinations and Northern California native to talk about his Sonoma wine label.

 

Who is Wayne Oberholzer? I like to think of myself as being loyal… Almost to a fault. I get confused with this man mountain of a human who is almost unapproachable. When this couldn’t be furthest

 

Single-variety Viognier has always been a tough nut to crack under local conditions but that hasn?t stopped Philip Costandius, winemaker and MD at