How Workers At Diemersfontein Wines Are Winning All The Way After Becoming Shareholders

It's all about changing lives

 

Siyabonga: Register Now For Free Virtual Farmers’ Day

It?s back with a bang! Agri-Expo?s first SIYABONGA Day for 2021 will be held next week. Hurry, seats are limited, but you can also register for the virtual broadcast from anywhere in the world.

 

Business Maverick: Women’s Day: Female Powerhouses Shake Up The Finance And Wine Industries

Financial services and wine could not be two more different industries, but both are reaping the benefits of female leadership in the form of Christelle Colman and Denise Stubbs.

 

Win: Four Fabulous Wellington Wine Route Experiences

The alcohol ban has finally been lifted and for the first time this year Wellington Wine Route can open their tasting rooms and share their wines with you. Cheers to that!

 

Family And Pet-friendly Deli With Picnic Offerings Opens At Diemersfontein

A new family and pet-friendly deli has opened at Diemersfontein wine and country estate in Wellington.

 

Four Things Happening In Sa Agriculture Today, 02 November 2020

Rise and shine Mzansi, another busy day unfolds in the agricultural sector. On our radar today, working professionals with passion for policy making have until 30 November to submit their applications

 

Thokozani Wines And Hospitality Is Transforming Farmers Into Shareholders

Located in the heart of South Africa?s Cape Winelands, Thokozani Wines and Hospitality is recovering from its hardest challenge to date.

 

Winemakers Turn To Zoom Tastings To Survive Lockdown

It’s a scene playing out around the world, from California to Cape Town.

 

Tim James: Looking Back At Sa Wine 20 Years Ago

Turn of the year, turn of the decade ? January 2020 is a good excuse to look back at what?s happened in the South African wine industry. So why not travel

 

Christmasetc: Win A Diemersfontein Wine Hamper

Long famous for its revolutionary ?coffee-chocolate? Pinotage, Diemersfontein wine estate outside Wellington is not a one-trick-pony when it comes to this iconic South African cultivar, with the recen