Nearly 20 years after Apartheid ended in 1994, the wealth of wine in South Africa today is like Australia in the ’80s, Chile in the ’90s or even Argentina today.


Wines from the “New World,” that once were the main challengers to “Old World” wines now have their own rivals, as more countries seek recognition for their wines.


The wine world is already so masculine, making special efforts to underscore its machismo seems akin to gluing chest hair to Rambo.


I was sipping a glass of alcoholic cider the other day and was amazed by its beguiling flavour.


Most wine lovers seem to assume that the quality of wines packaged in alternatives to traditional glass bottles is somehow inferior.

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