Journey's End recognised as WWF Conservation Champion
by Admin | 21st May 2021
Conservation is a key element for sustainable winemaking in South Africa and it is therefore always encouraging when we hear that a winery becomes a WWF Conservation Cham...
South Africa’s varietal mix
by Jamie Goode | 20th May 2021
These days, many wines are sold by the grape variety or varieties that they are made from, but this was not always the case. In the classic wine regions of Europe, people...
New Great Heart Wines will bring meaningful change
by Admin | 20th May 2021
We recently received the news that multi-award winning Mullineux & Leeu Family Wines has started a new staff empowerment company called Great Heart Wines – aime...
‘Win a Classique Moment’ to celebrate 50 Years of Cap Classique
by Admin | 28th April 2021
We have an amazing prize worth more than £500 for one lucky winner and 5 friends to share a classique moment together to celebrate Cap Classique’s 50 annivers...
Terroir: when wines taste of places
by Jamie Goode | 17th March 2021
One of the most interesting topics in the world of wine is that of terroir. This French term is used widely across the whole wine world to refer to the notion that vines...
Nero is rising...
by Admin | 17th March 2021
A new wine called 'Nero' has arrived in the UK. This pioneering wine brand is the brainchild of Bosman Family Vineyards, together with South African actor and fil...
New Buddy Project launched by Cape Winemakers Guild and Nedbank
by Admin | 23rd February 2021
Since its inception in 2006, the Cape Winemakers Guild (CWG) Protégé Programme has established itself as the most successful skills development programme in...
Epigenetics and old vines
by Jamie Goode | 19th February 2021
Have you ever got close and personal with a holly bush? The European holly, Ilex aquifolium, exhibits a phenomenon wonderfully named as heterophylly. This means that alth...