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Why We Loved 2016 at De Grendel

It was a tough year, overshadowed by drought, but our Durbanville farm still found much to celebrate.


Inside the biggest winery in China

When it comes to wine, China doesn’t have the greatest of reputations.

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Oriental Chicken Noodle Salad with Boland Cellar Reserve No 1 Chenin Blanc 2015

Boland Cellar on the slopes of the Paarl Mountain, draws its grapes from a wide range of geographical, geological and meteorological micro climates.


Tickled Pink with De Krans Cape Pink

Break with tradition and celebrate that special occasion–  birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, and especially Valentine’s Day – with a glass of chilled De Krans Cape Pink. Yes, it’s sweet, but what a treat, when served ice-cold!

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Franschhoek Bastille Festival Nominated for a KLINK Award

It’s that time of the year when consumers throughout South Africa are called upon to vote for their favourite in the annual Klink Awards, and the Franschhoek Bastille Festival has been nominated as one of South Africa’s best wine festivals.


Creation Chats Cheese

At Creation we like to think of our Tasting Room not only as a place where we can pamper our guests but also as a place where we can interact and learn from each other.


Wine Review: What To Drink On Valentine’s Day

A delicious wine match for every course of Diana Henry's Valentine's Day menu.


Cool Brew! Your Ultimate Guide To Sa’s Best Beer Festivals

Lovers of ales, lagers, Weiss and stouts are spoilt for choice when it comes to the number of beer festivals taking place around the country in 2017 FEBRUARY Saggy Stone Beer & Music Festival, Wes


The Garajeest Jim Semillon 2015

Zimbabwean-born Callan Williams gave up ballet dancing for winemaking and now has her own label called The Garajeest. The Garajeest Jim Semillon 2015