Friday, 22 March, 2019

Don't miss Groote Post's Country Market

Take a break, round up the family and head out to the country to join the Pentz family in the gardens at Groote Post for their Country Market on Sunday 31st March between 10h00 and 15h00.
Groote Post

Friday, 22 March, 2019

For the Sake of Wine

Nowadays, in wine marketing to the consumer, we often include experience in the conversation and focus much less on product. Experience is the trend all brands have to comply with, the so-called 5th P of Marketing. But is there anyone left who talk about wine just because of the wine?
Hein on Wine

Friday, 22 March, 2019

Coming of Age

The remarkable ageing ability of South African red wines from the 1940s to roughly end of 1970s has been recognised by both local and, importantly, international tasters over the course of several years. One of the first old wine tastings, which alerted winelovers and winemakers to their quality, was organised by Michael Fridjhon prior to the Trophy Wine Show; it is now an annual event.
WoSA Blog - Angela Lloyd

Friday, 22 March, 2019

Old is Gold

Thanks to the work done by the Old Vine Project, South African wines made from old grape vines are now more valuable than ever. Here at Waterford Estate, it’s an initiative we strongly support.
Waterford Estate

Thursday, 21 March, 2019

Deux Frères: two brothers with a singular approach

Hidden alongside the R44 in the shadows of the Simonsberg Mountain lie the picturesque and verdant vineyards of Deux Frères.
Dave March CWM

Wednesday, 20 March, 2019

Michelangelo on par with global trends as sales of award stickers rocket

More than ever, wine and spirits producers are understanding and valuing the relevance of serious competitions – a factor underscored by drinks competitions globally reporting not just an increase in entries, but a sharp escalation in the demand from successful producers for winners’ stickers.
Michelangelo International Award