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<< Monday 29 October 2018 >

The wine world and the horror world rarely collide—save for one infamous line in The Silence of the Lambs.

 

Ooh, la la! You’ve gotten your hands on a fancy pants-bottle of sparkling wine. And it’s not just sparkling wine — it’s Champagne. (Yes, there’s a difference!) Classy gal or guy that you are, you don’t want to down this Champagne on just any old Tuesday.

 
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The main reason breweries don’t use twist-offs is because they’re not as reliable a seal.  Screw caps don’t create as airtight of a closure, allowing more oxygen permeation. Oxygen is the enemy of fresh beer, so even tiny amounts of air sneaking into your bottle can eventually stale your beer.

 

Constantia’s newest bar and events venue, Incognito, opened at The Alphen Boutique Hotel last week, adding a sleek sophistication to the luxurious property’s historic class.

 

Top image: Twenty Paarl East participants in the Impilo Household Vegetable Garden Establishment and Grey Water Harvesting Project of the Western Cape Department of Agriculture, in cooperation with the Great Commission Networks (GCN) NPC, together with family members.  Each of the project participants received a Qhubeka bicycle, funded by Nederburg Wines.

 

Just at the thought of a dinner date, one gets butterflies in the tummy!

 

Roodeberg, the legendary South African classic that has been creating memorable moments since 1949, has launched a generous Rosé that is sure to bring friends together this summer.

 

It has long been something of a local secret. Cradled by the folds of the Table Mountain National Park and sheltered by towering oaks and whispering stone pines, The Roundhouse has long been one of t

 

For the first time in decades, shareholders in Nigerian Breweries and Guinness Plc, which together have dominated the country’s beer market will have to worry about their continued dominance of the

 

The gin paint will be launched nationwide in the coming months.

 

For some, the sugar tax just got real

 

The maker of Lay's, Kurkure and cola brands like Pepsi is meeting companies who are investing to digitally connect 10 million retailers along with 600 million consumers with the supplier.

 

Indian Hospitality Sector News - , F&B-Over 200 bartenders across the country aligned themselves to put together delectable cocktails made with Beluga and learn global tricks about bartending.

 

DESTINY Magazine - Congratulations go out to Tbo Touch, also known as Thabo Molefe, whose new line of gin is now available in some of the biggest retailers in the country.

 

How honest can two artisanal dark chocolate-makers be? Well, that's the question Honest Chocolate founders Anthony Gird and Michael de Klerk tried to unpack at the recent Creative Mornings talk at the

 

Every year through the Bartender Talent Academy, Rémy Martin scouts the globe to find the most passionate up and coming bartenders.

 

KUALA LUMPUR (Oct 29): Heineken Malaysia Bhd bagged three awards at the Putra Brand Awards 2018 last week in recognition of its brand building efforts as an integral business investment, measured by c

 

For the first time in decades, shareholders in Nigerian Breweries and Guinness Plc, which together have dominated the country’s beer market will have to worry about their continued dominance of the

 

Two Burnaby liquor stores will be part of a rare event for whiskey lovers. BC Liquor Stores is hosting its annual Premium Spirits Release this Saturday, Nov. 3, and the stores at Highgate on . . .

 

Coffee giant Nescafé will launch two new RTD coffee drinks next year: eyeing up a new world of texture and functionality for coffee lovers with its Cold Whipped Lattes and Coffee Protein Smoothies.

 

Every year through the Bartender Talent Academy, Rémy Martin scouts the globe to find the most passionate up and coming bartenders.

 

SARASOTA, FL (WWSB) - Michael Klauber and his wife, Terri, often lead wine-focused trips to different regions of the world. During a recent trip to South Africa, they discovered more than just wine. T

 

In another exciting episode of Tropika Smoooth Fan this week, Skeem Saam actor Clement Maosa was on the hunt to find his smooothest fan while viewers at home uncovered some

 

Palms are stinging at FCB Africa's offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg from high-fiving the myriad client/agency teams after their phenomenal performance in the Sunday Times 2018 Top Brands survey..

 

Judges praised the 'complex and balanced' spirit for its 'exuberant aroma and freshness'.

 

There are some great, homegrown MCC's that are award-winning and definitely worth a try

 

Vodka Market 2018 analyzes the market status, future trends, market drivers, opportunities and challenges in global market.

 

The 2018 Whisky & Spirits Live Festival will offer at least 300 fine whiskies and other premium spirits to taste at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg from 31 October-2 November 2018...

 

Featuring Hispanic cuisine, culture and music, the Dia de Los Muertos party on Nov. 2 at Hotel Monaco will celebrate the Day of the Dead.

 

Is there a glass ceiling when it comes to what a producer can charge for Sauvignon Blanc? Apparently not, if you're Klein Constantia. Tasting notes and scores