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Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Stellenbosch Wine Festival Joburg presented by Pick n Pay

Join us when some 50 Stellenbosch wine producers will participate in this year’s festival, which will be held over two days at the Wanderers Club Cricket Fields in Illovo. Some of the estates to look forward to, among many others, are Kaapzicht, L’Avenir, Middelvlei, Kleine Zalze and Spier.
Stellenbosch Wine Routes

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Savour The Good Life With New Skyline Late Harvest

Attention, wine-lovers. There's a new kid on the block and it's going to be big. Skyline Late Harvest is a sleek, delicious and full-bodied wine coming to you, wherever you are in the country.
Van Loveren Family Vineyards

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Discover Steenberg’s lively Brut Chardonnay MCC this spring

Celebrate springwith the vibrancy and freshness of Steenberg 1682 Brut Chardonnay MCC.
Gudrun Clark

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Double Gold for Darling Cellars at the Rosé Rocks competition

This year Darling Cellars rocked at the Rosé Rocks competition when both wines entered scooped up a double gold medal each!
Darling Cellars

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Vriesenhof Grenache range shows that with age comes experience

The value of old vineyards is celebrated around the world, with a belief that older vines, with their lower yields, produce wines of higher quality. Reflecting that with age comes experience is vinous legend, Vriesenhof cellar master, Jan ‘Boland’ Coetzee, who turned 74 this year.
Vriesenhof Vineyards

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

Vibrant TOKARA Sauvignon Blanc is summer in your glass

Summer time calls for a crisp and refreshing Sauvignon Blanc and TOKARA’s new 2019 vintage is sure to hit the spot.
TOKARA Wines | Olive Oil

Thursday, 19 September, 2019

It's the Summer of Rosé

In celebrating cool climate winemaking, Durbanville Hills has launched a Sparkling Rosé. The sophisticated and stylish sparkling wine is the second bubbly launched by this dynamic cellar which overlooks Table Mountain and Table Bay.
Durbanville Hills

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Thursday, 19 September, 2019

South African Wine & Food Tourism Conference celebrates country's top performers

Nine of South Africa’s top wine and food tourism providers were named honourees in the inaugural Wine & Food Tourism Conference Awards at the close of this year’s Wine and Food Tourism Conference near Stellenbosch today (18 September). They were presented with their trophies by Blacky Komani, chairperson of the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Wine & Food Tourism Conference

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Wednesday, 18 September, 2019

Bonnievale accolades shine a light on Cabernet Sauvignon excellence

A string of recent awards for Bonnievale Wines has highlighted not only the winery's skilful viticulture and winemaking practices, but the region's premium quality Cabernet Sauvignon too.
Bonnievale Wines

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Wednesday, 18 September, 2019

Wine experts from across the globe judge at Veritas

This week sees one of the highlights of wine and brandy judging on the South African wine industry calendar when some of the world’s most experienced palates arrive in Paarl to judge this year’s entries for the Veritas Awards. This is the longest running and most prestigious domestic competition of its kind in South Africa, now celebrating 29 years of excellence in wine evaluation.
Veritas Awards

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Wednesday, 18 September, 2019

Nederburg & Qhubeka - giving us hope in difficult times

South Africa reached a tipping point recently, with gender-based violence taking centre-stage. Our beautiful country is in mourning. We live in this crazy juxtaposition of stunning beauty, diverse cultures and languages, abject poverty, unemployment and hopelessness, and so my heart was warmed by my recent positive experience in Khayelitsha, one of Cape Town's biggest townships.
Judy Brower - wine.co.za