Agulhas Wine Triangle collaborate in adapting to climate change
by Admin | 16th September 2019
Tackling the prospects of climate change by sharing knowledge and experience is one of the drivers behind the formation of the Agulhas Wine Triangle (AWT). There are c...
Taking a leap and blazing a trail to make a difference
by Julia Moore | 4th September 2019
The decade-old story of Bosman Adama is well-known: a historic wine farm in Wellington where the workers own a 26% share in the farming operation, still the biggest trans...
SA Wine Legend: Jayne Beaumont
by Malu Lambert | 28th August 2019
Like lashings of creamy, churned butter the yellow canola fields wash over the hillsides of Bot River aka Butter River. The official story of how the region got its name...
Enter our competition to win tickets to WineFest South Africa this September!
by Admin | 13th August 2019
WineFest South Africa is a brand-new wine tasting event showcasing the best South African wines from over 60 winemakers – at Wines of South Africa we have 10 pairs...
Adapting to Climate Change
by Angela Lloyd | 17th July 2019
Hardly a day goes by without reference, in one form of media or another, to climate change and its effects. Wine growing is increasingly at the heart of this news. In...
How to choose your South African wine
by Jamie Goode | 3rd July 2019
There are a lot of wines out there, and sometimes choosing the right one can be quite a challenge. Wine is quite personal, too: just because someone else likes something,...
SA Wine Legend: Johann Krige
by Malu Lambert | 26th June 2019
Where the big guns roar. Kanonkop Estate, on the lower slopes of the Simonsberg Mountain, in Stellenbosch has a reputation for quality that precedes itself. Like the cann...
by Jamie Goode | 3rd June 2019
Of all the white grape varieties, the one that has travelled the world most successfully is Chardonnay. It's incredibly versatile, capable of making wines ranging fro...