Tim James: Fine Wines From The Cvc, But Doubts About Its Future

Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2017 sporting the CVC neck label. It?s been a little more than eight years since the Cape Vintners Classification was launched (to

 

Greg Sherwood Mw: Accepting Sa Wine’s Greatness

What does greatness require of a wine producer? It's an age-old question, one which those of us in the world of marketing agonize over day today. But when

 

For The Love Of Art: 5 Sculpture Gardens To Visit Around Cape Town

As international visitors start arriving in Cape Town, it’s a great excuse to play tour guide and experience art from a different perspective.

 

Concours Mondial 2019 Results

The 2019 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles was held over 2 to 5 May in Aigle, Switzerland and attracted over 9 180 wines from almost 50 producer countries. Results

 

Concours Mondial 2019 Results

The 2019 Concours Mondial de Bruxelles was held over 2 to 5 May in Aigle, Switzerland and attracted over 9 180 wines from almost 50 producer countries.

 

The Prescient Chardonnay Report 2018

The eighth annual Chardonnay Report sponsored by multinational financial services company Prescient is now out. There were 117 entries from 81 producers and

 

Discover Award-winning Wine Estates Hidden In The Magical Elgin Valley

Next time you are driving past Elgin take a detour to discover some the best-kept secrets in the Elgin Valley.

 

Geometry And Art: Sacred Patterns That Underlie The World

Gordon Froud?s latest digital exhibition is a fascinating study of geometry?s complex role in everyday life, writes Edward Tsumele

 

Harmonia: Sacred Geometry, The Pattern Of Existence

JOBURG – Gordon Froud's exhibition investigates aspects of sacred geometry in the world.

 

The Scenic Elgin Valley Has It All

From high octane adrenalin adventures to chilling with a glass of cool-climate wine, the scenic Elgin Valley has it all, writes Bianca Coleman