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Durbanville Hills is adamant to keep the cold weather at bay until Spring sets in. From now until the end of September, the winery will be offering a limited-edition hot chocolate wine tasting that will warm you up, inside and out! The unusual wine tasting features four red wines each paired with four different hand-crafted chocolate bombs, to add to steaming milk.


Think you have it all figured out when it comes to a wine tasting? Nederburg’s The Manor restaurant and wine tasting hub in Paarl has teamed up with Freedom Coffee to offer wine and coffee lovers a slightly unusual tasting experience.


In a new initiative that’s set to be a hit for music lovers and makers alike, South Africa’s leading chewing gum brand is set to launch a new campaign called Stimorol FlowLab. What is Stimorol FlowLab all about, you ask? Stimorol FlowLab is a consumer-facing platform that is set to bridge the gap between music lovers and makers alike.


Baronne’s been flexing its well-toned muscles in some of the best red wine company. The 2020 vintage of this Mzanzi favourite has made it onto the just-released top ten list of Winemag’s Prescient Signature Red Blend Report for 2022.


When a much-loved national whisky festival got underway again recently after a three-year pandemic-related absence, it was Boplaas that shared the stage to present a Masterclass with South African whisky icon Andy Watts.


South Africa is predominantly known as a rainbow nation because it is made up of so many diverse cultures and religions.


As loadshedding brings darkness over South Africa, we could all do with a little more sunset celebrations, and what better way to do that than with a sundowner in hand?


The just-released De Wetshof Limestone Hill, one of South Africa’s most popular unwooded Chardonnays, emphasises the reputation 2022 is garnering for being a top vintage for white wines in the Cape, especially Chardonnay.


Iconic Stellenbosch estate Neethlingshof has released the second vintage in its range of top-tier wines under the 1802 Collection label, named after the year in which this historic property’s first cellar was completed. Neethlingshof 1802 Cabernet Sauvignon 2018 follows last year’s maiden launch of the 2017 vintage, which saw this new addition to the Neethlingshof range garnering further acclaim for one of Stellenbosch’s oldest and most respected wine brands.


Franschhoek is renowned as a fine food and wine destination. The ‘Gourmet Capital’ of the Cape winelands is the place to visit for tasting experiences that consist of more than just wine. These Franschhoek wineries are all offering small plates and tiny bites to accompany and show the versatility of their wines.


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