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Thanks To Millennials, Rosé Is Here To Stay


“Frivolous and fun.” That’s how one French wine aficionado described rosé (while swirling and sniffing a $40 glass of merlot, probably).

 

Vodka Soaked Chocolate Chillies


Steeped in vodka, filled with white chocolate and covered in chocolate these chillies make a decadent dinner party dessert.

 

Compounds called Corklins found in cork-stoppered wines


The interaction of wine and phenolics from cork stoppers produces a newly-identified set of compounds that affect a wine’s colour and bitterness – and these are called Corklins.

 

Copeland Rum loves citrus: Try this recipe for a Naartjie Daiquiri


Rum loves citrus. From its best friend the lime, to flings with grapefruit, and the perfect marriage of mandarins.

 

Jordan collects a whopping 2 646 kilograms of clothing for their annual Winter Charity Drive!


Jordan Wines have collected a whopping 2 646 kilograms of clothing for their annual Winter Charity Drive!

 

New Menu At Waverley Hills Heralds The Return Of Country Cosiness


When winter rolls in, there can be few better places for a wholesome and heart-warming culinary experience than where true country hospitality begins. 

 

Rare release highlights Boplaas port’s world class status


South African champion port producer Boplaas Family Vineyards has announced a special release that wine connoisseurs will be eager to get their hands on. Reflecting the unmistakable thread of consistent quality, Boplaas has re-launched its award-winning 2006 Cape Vintage Reserve Port along with the release of the 2016 vintage.

 

A Local’s Guide To Havana, Cuba: 10 Top Tips


Cuba’s capital is changing and much of the cutting-edge art and new wave of restaurants is in characterful districts away from the much-visited old city

 

Pepsi Deep Well Pumps In Muntinlupa Shuttered


(UPDATED) Authorities shut down 6 deep well pumps of softdrinks maker Pepsi Cola Products Philippines due to alleged ill effects to the environment.

 

Psychiatrist To Testify In Jason Rohde Trial


The former property mogul claims his wife, Susan, committed suicide at the Spier Wine estate in July 2016 after an argument over his affair with a co-worker.

 

Iconic Bakery Schoon Reopens In Stellenbosch With Two New Concepts


 

Afrikanerbond Still Worried About ‘land Issue’, Despite Ramaphosa Address


The Afrikanerbond says it remains concerned about "the land issue", after President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed the organisation on these matters at its centenary celebration.