Think world-class Cabernet Sauvignon, think Stellenbosch
by Admin | 20th October 2021
Stellenbosch is not only South Africa’s largest Wine of Origin region and home to more than a third of the Cape’s wineries but it also has the largest vineyar...
Sophia Warner: Founder of Pebbles
by Angela Lloyd | 4th August 2021
Pebbles or The Pebbles Project is a well-known and admired NPO in the Cape Winelands and way beyond. Possibly less widely known is Sophia Warner, founder of the project i...
Celebrate 50 Years of Cap Classique
by Admin | 28th April 2021
2021 sees Cap Classique celebrate 50 years of producing South Africa’s leading sparkling wine – a milestone in the country’s proud 360-year winemaking h...
Celebrate Heritage Day
by Admin | 24th September 2020
Today is Heritage Day. A day that recognises and celebrates the cultural wealth of South Africa. This year, the country has faced huge challenges not simply with Covid-19...
We're opening the rosé and waiting for sunshine
by Admin | 9th July 2020
On 24th July we are, once again, celebrating #SpectacularSouthAfrica and this time we're opening the rosé and hoping the sunshine we're waiting for la...
The story of Tesselaarsdal
by Admin | 10th June 2020
Berene Sauls is one of the rising stars of the South African wine industry and her story is worth telling. She was born and grew up in a small village called Tesselaarsda...
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...
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...