Pinotage: South Africa’s Pride and Joy

So, two nights ago Wine Times headed to the biggest South African tasting the city has held for a long time “Taste The World: South Africa” and we thought it would be nice to investigate the range of Pinotage wines there were available.

 

World Malbec Day – Tomorrow!

Tomorrow, April 17 is the third installment of “Malbec World Day”, a day dedicated to the production of the Malbec grape in Argentina and coincides with the first day that the then Argentine President decided to transform Argentina’s wine industry way back in 1853.

 

Drunken Mistakes To Avoid

Most of us enjoy a drink now and again and many of us indulge in more than just a few most Friday and Saturday nights.

 

Winetimes Hong Kong`s Top 10 South African Wineries

Our third and final piece on the wines of the southern hemisphere feature our favourite 10 wineries in South Africa that are available here in Hong Kong.

 

How Many Times Have You Said “Never Again”?

Waking upon Wednesday morning this week with the hangover from hell made me realize that we are all susceptible to having a bad morning at the expense of over-indulgence of alcohol.

 

The Pinot Noir Challenge – Germany Vs The World

As I sit and write this piece there is a challenge taking place in Felix, one of the world’s top restaurants

 
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South Africa Spotlight: Napier Winery

Napier Winery is located in South Africa near a town called Wellington on the Western Cape and was founded in 1989 by Michael Loubser who transformed the once fruit farm into the world renown winery it is today.

 

Looking Ahead to 2013

Well, the holidays are over and for most of us that means that the first commute to work is taking place right now and for most, that means the monotony of work is about to fall upon us once again.

 

Pinot Grigio and Pinot Gris – What’s The Difference?

Pinot Grigio wines have seen a huge increase in popularity over the last decade, predominantly due to Chardonnay’s fall from grace and also due to its easy drinking style,

 

Vietnamese Food Goes With Wine? Sure!

When most people think of Asian food and wine pairings they usually think Chinese, Japanese and Thai,

 
 
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