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< Sunday 30 September 2018 >

Enjoy platters, pairings and jungle-gyms at family-friendly restaurant at Stellenbosch Vineyards

“Our food mantra is to source ingredients locally and prepare them from scratch to ensure that our guests enjoy freshly prepared dishes that complement our wines,” says the team behind Swirl, the new food-and-wine experience at Stellenbosch Vineyards that opened at the beginning of September.


Franschhoek’s best kept secret – Terra del Capo

The Cape culinary scene is magnificent, there are no doubts about that. Affordable? Not so much. Every now and then I unearth a treasure trove filled with priceless service, rich flavours and good-quality food.


A glass of the Beachhouse Rosé makes this paella perfect

Fancy some spicy seafood paella for a long, lazy summer’s lunch on your beach house porch?


La Motte Wine Estate announced as Tourism Destination of the Year

Celebrating International Tourism Day on 27 September in style, the Cape Winelands District Municipality last night announced the winners in its annual Mayoral Tourism Awards. La Motte Wine Estate in the Franschhoek Valley was recognized as the winner in the category for Tourism Destination of the Year.


Waverley Hills Releases Cabernet Sauvignon 2017

Every month Waverley Hills run a special on one of their wines, giving all their clients an immediate discount in the tasting room.


Review Of The Month – ?just As The Sun Rises, So Too Did This Soufflé?


Digital Push Critical For Liquor Industry As Millennials Spend About 25 Hours Per Week Online: Kartik Mohindra

Pernod Ricard, the French-based global spirits behemoth, has one of the most luxurious and largest liquor portfolios in the world.


Captivating cape Town

It’s spring in Cape Town which means the best months of the year are ahead. There is no better time to plan your escape to the Cape, Demola Ojo reports?  Cape Town is one of the most picturesque ci


Irish Whiskey Blind Taste Test: Proper No. 12 Vs. Jameson Vs. Tullamore Dew

FloCombat and friends engage in an Irish Whiskey shootout, pitting Conor McGregor’s Proper No. 12 vs. Jameson and Tullamore Dew in a blind taste test.


Why Joburg Has Been Slow To Wake Up & Smell The Global Coffee Culture

In a warehouse in Braamfontein, Joburg, Brilliant Ndlovu dips a large metal scoop into a plastic bag filled with greenish-white beans from Ethiopia. He shovels the beans into a bucket on a scale, then


A Bar With A Thousand Stories – And A Secret Poker Room

In a previous life, The Roosevelt was a haven for high society and underworld identities. Now it’s a sophisticated multi-room venue with a hidden doorway.


Stuck In Beijing For Golden Week? Here’s Where And What To Eat!

Stuck in Beijing for Golden Week? The majority of Beijing's fine dining establishments will be open throughout the holiday and some are even putting on special deals for those of us not lucky enough t


Winemakers Raise A Generous Glass To R10.6m Auction

A case of red wine sold for a record R22?500 on Saturday at the Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction in Stellenbosch.


Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction 2018 Sales Figures

François Rautenbach of Singita with paddle. Total sales amounted to R10 593 760 at the 34th Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction held yesterday, 2 012 cases (6