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...
Douglas Green Jnr: The Living Legend of South African Wine
by Emile Joubert | 29th May 2019
Anybody asking “where is Douglas Green?” will be pleased to know that he is alive and well, living in a retirement village in Somerset West. Douglas Green Jnr...
Penny Streeter OBE Wins South African Chamber of Commerce UK Award
by Admin | 23rd May 2019
The South African Chamber of Commerce’s Business Woman of the Year Award was presented to Penny Streeter OBE on 15th May 2019 at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Lo...
Meet up with Jeremy Borg, winemaker at Painted Wolf Wines
by Admin | 15th May 2019
Jeremy Borg, winemaker at Painted Wolf Wines, is currently touring the UK and presenting his wines in collaboration with some of Painted Wolf Wines' suppliers and sup...
by Fiona McDonald | 9th May 2019
The cliché about absence making the heart grow fonder could possibly be matched by one stating that distance provides clearer perspective. On about day three of...
South Africa noted for outstanding performance of its whites at International Wine Challenge
by Admin | 9th May 2019
South Africa wowed judges at the International Wine Challenge this year with its exceptional performance in the white grape categories.
Why Syrah looks set to have a very bright future in South Africa
by Jamie Goode | 7th May 2019
People often ask me what my favourite wine is. Of course, as a wine professional - travelling widely, and being exposed to an absurd number of different wines every year...
London's first exclusively South African wine bar opens
by Admin | 2nd May 2019
Yesterday we were invited to the opening of London's first exclusively South African wine bar. The Protea Wine Bar is the brainchild of Etienne and Abbie Pansegr...