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Top 10 Chenin Blanc Wines in South Africa for 2017

This year’s Standard Bank/Chenin Blanc Top 10 Challenge attracted 136 entries, up almost 10% on 2016, with all the major wine-producing areas represented.


The Growing Craze for Cheese-topped Tea Drinks

“Cheese tea” is becoming a popular menu item across Asia, and CHIZU is one brand that’s proudly calling itself “the premium Japanese cheese drink in Malaysia.” 

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Chrissy Teigen opens up about her alcohol struggles

Chrissy Teigen wants to “fix” herself as she thinks she drinks too much alcohol.


For the love of bees

As we endeavor to rehabilitate our farm and ensure it’s as eco-friendly as can be, we increasingly will rely on Mother Nature’s own handiwork to do more of the hard work in our gardens and vineyards.


Superstitions And Drinking Cultures Are A Reality In Some Countries

Drinking games are one thing, but there are certain places in the world where there are some rules you have to follow if you want to enjoy a drink and not get cursed.


Thai Curry – For Those Who Are Cold And In A Hurry!

Winter in the Winelands calls for curry and this is exactly what you can cook and enjoy at Tamatiestraat in Stellenbosch.


A celebration of artistry: 2015 Pierneef Syrah Viognier released

In a year when the life and work of famed South African artist, JH Pierneef is celebrated at La Motte with a tribute exhibition, the exceptional performance of the estate’s premium Pierneef Syrah Viognier, named after the renowned artist, is quite relevant.


Heineken Throws Everything It Has At The U.s. Beer Market

The brewer uses big data and marketing to go head to head with its larger rivals, selling everything from cider to craft beer to Mexican lager, says Jason Notte.


The Origin Of Coffee Excellence Is In The Quality Of The Beans

Cup of Excellence competition-awarded coffees are some of the highest quality beans you?ll find on the planet. They are immaculately processed and it has the potential to make or break a coffee. By MI


Coca-cola Profits Dive ‘significantly’ As Aussies Favour Variety

Australian-based Coke manufacturer Coca-Cola Amatil's half-year profits have declined by 29.3 per cent, as sugar awareness increases.


Jp Duminy To Host Jp21 Project Event At Val De Vie

“The project serves to cultivate leadership development and life skills.”


Sa’s Top Bartender Takes On The Best In The World

On Sunday Julian Short will be shaking and mixing it up with the best in the world for the title of World Class bartender.


Durbanville Wine Valley Prepares For The Season Of Sauvignon Festival

The Durbanville Wine Valley recognizes the modern traveller as inquisitive and looking for unique and personal experiences that are authentic and engaging while presenting a flair of intrigue, ignitin


Get A Free Aperol Spritz At This Giant South Bank Sundial-bar

?It?s 5 o?clock somewhere,? or so the saying goes. Well, there?s no guesswork to it this bank holiday, as a giant sundial-cum-bar


Food & Wine Feast At The Biscuit Mill

On Sunday 27th August, a dynamic group of six chefs and 25 of the country’s best winemakers are ready to set your senses alight at Noble Vice.


Connections Learning Mr. Jagermeister’s Quirks

Jockey Andrew Ramgeet was able to get Mr. Jagermeister to relax in Sunday's Northern Lights Futurity at Canterbury Park, and the colt romped by 15 1/2 lengths.


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