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An 11-year project by the cellarmaster Johan Delport of Waverley Hills came to fruition this month with the first Marselan grapes ever being harvested for winemaking in South Africa.


Sustainability superheroes and makers of top-notch tipples, Bartinney Wines offers a chance to experience how the unique flavours of their farm’s fynbos are a match made in heaven with their boutique wines. The folks at Bartinney are as serious about producing top boutique wines as they are about championing biodiversity and sustainable farming.


Creation holds the concept of ‘resonance’ near and dear as one of its four core values. “What originates in the vineyard resonates in the glass and at Creation our ultimate mission is to reflect the heart and soul of our terroir in our wines,” explains co-owner Carolyn Martin.


Entries for the Cap Classique Report 2020 sponsored by multinational financial services company Prescient are now open.


Starbucks has begun reopening cafes in China after temporarily closing many to stop the spread of the COVID-19 outbreak.


China is the No. 2 buyer of American almonds, but with ports closed, inventory could pile up.

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Cannabis-infused food and drinks have been on the rise recently with people trying different varieties and new inventions.


The craft gin craze is everywhere as hobbyists turn their garage and stoep ventures into profitable businesses. But who?s really crafting fine gins, and who is hoodwinking us with flavoured vodkas? It

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Corona beer isn't making any changes to its advertising despite the name's unfortunate similarity to the deadly coronavirus.


Dapper Dan, Amara La Negra, Dave East, Mack Wilds, and Sway Calloway were among the celebrities who made an appearance at the Sprite Ginger collection event.


People are afraid to drink Corona beer because of the coronavirus outbreak, according to a new survey, and the Mexican lager is taking a hit.


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The brewer established a $366,000 bank of beer to help pick up the tab.


The global sake market is likely to derive growth form the increasing number of export activities for the product across the world According to a report published by Fortune Business Insights the sake



Villagers have depended on buying water from private tankers and people with wells




Anheuser-Busch In Bev also owns Budweiser and Becks


It's a battle of alcohol endorsement deals


The Cape?s hottest music festival, featuring South Africa?s hottest artists? Brought to you by the Mother City?s hottest station!


Cape Town?s property experts weigh in on the golden rules of buying your first property, and how to a good return on your investment.


DJ Tennis, Floating Points (Live) and Gilles Peterson are Beat Hotel Festival highlights



Cheers to all the wine drinkers and connoisseurs out there. Be part of the Wine Down Showcase experience and enjoy a delicious glass of wine.


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Whether you're looking for the best break or the perfect spot to soak up the sun, Cape Town has a beach for you.


Here are some tips that will make grocery shopping a breeze.


Who doesn?t love brunch? It truly is the perfect combination of breakfast and lunch. The best part? It is perfectly acceptable to drink at brunch!