Looking for something a bit different to pair with the warmer weather?
This month saw the unveiling of John Platter’s 2018 Wine Guide and once again, Constantia Uitsig is delighted with the ratings bestowed on the estate, as well as the valley at large.
At Constania Uitsig, we grow grapes and make wine, but we’re just as committed to growing and investing in our people too.
Winter is over. The sun is shining. And it’s a long weekend in ode of Heritage Day. There’s never been a better excuse to bust out your braai tongs and toast to the good days ahead and our collective heritage behind us.
As we endeavor to rehabilitate our farm and ensure it’s as eco-friendly as can be, we increasingly will rely on Mother Nature’s own handiwork to do more of the hard work in our gardens and vineyards.
Resident horticulturalist at Constantia Uitsig, Niall, is bananas about bananas!
Some things in life are worth the wait… and Constantia Uitsig’s Red Horizon 2013 is one such example.
A wonderful thing about being surrounded by vineyards is the unsentimental, unceasing and yet truly exquisite way the passing of time is observed.
Who can deny the lure of a good red on a cold day? As temperatures begin to dip, thoughts of warmer food and rich red wines begin to sound oh-so-good…
We’re all grateful that wine is good for our health, but what else can we do to increase our chances of living long, happy lives?