Local winemakers are embracing biodynamic farming methods alongside their international counterparts. Those winemakers who embody ‘green winemaking’ are being recognised for their efforts


Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife joined more than 170 guests, hosted by the Queen, for a sit-down meal in Buckingham Palace’s ballroom on Tuesday. The impressive food courses were acco

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Vinho Verde translates into ‘green’ or ‘young wine’. It is Portugal’s most famous white and one of the world’s top seafood partners. The region has, however, suffer


South African Chardonnay and white blends were leaders in their categories at the recent 6 Nations Wine Challenge – a competition between Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, Argentina

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Adi Badenhorst is a poster boy for the Swartland’s success and a driving force behind the Revolution. When he bought Kalmoesfontein in 2008, he was one of the first dynamic vignerons to put his


We have found a cracking value Mosel that will delight all Riesling lovers. Adolph Huesgen traces his family’s winemaking heritage back to 1735 and is a 9th generation Mosel producer. His quint


In a recent issue of Decanter, Tim Atkin MW listed his top 10 South African Syrahs, with Syrah emerging as the Cape’s most exciting red grape. ‘If you were looking for evidence of how rece


Wine Cellar was pleased to participate in this weekend’s annual Cape Winemakers Guild Auction. Showcasing the finest and most exclusive South African wines, the auction achieved just under R 11.


Nowhere is Chardonnay more highly regarded as it is in the southern Côte d’Or, the ‘Slope of Gold’. But increasing worldwide demand for Burgundy has pushed famous villages such as


The 2015 Cape Wine Makers Guild Auction is being held on Saturday 3 October 2015 from 09:00 at Spier, Stellenbosch. It showcases the finest and most exclusive wines produced by some of South Africaâ

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