<< Monday 2 September 2019 >
If you are not all that familiar with the wines of South Africa, welcome to a large number of wine lovers in the same boat. The simple fact is, there are very few South African wines exported to the U.S., even though the country’s winemaking goes back to the 17th century via Dutch settlers and the industry’s Cooperative Wine Growers’ Association was founded in 1918. But South Africa’s distance from the western world, the Depression and World War II and its apartheid policies kept the wines out of many markets until well into the 1990s.
Boschendal is proud to announce the appointment of Michael Langenhoven as the new White Wine Winemaker and Danielle Jacobs as the Cap Classique Winemaker. With the growth and success of the estate’s white wines and Methodé Cap Classique wines, the decision was made to split these responsibilities to give both winemakers more focus on their respective wines and to ensure the continuation of the legacy which these wines have achieved to date.
Leopard’s Leap Wines is delighted to announce the 2019 edition of its #Words4Wine campaign as part of its sponsorship of the annual Cape Town-based Open Book Festival.
E6PR is working with brewers like Corona and Salt Water Brewery with the goal of developing sustainable, eco-friendly six-pack rings.
His lone race at Canterbury Park this year makes him 7-for-9 on the track.
Travis Scott and Netflix come together to document Scott?s creative process, studio sessions, family life and tours.
If your name is unusual, it’s almost inevitable the barista will misspell it on the side of your coffee cup. And sometimes the mistakes seem downright unkind