<< Tuesday 21 August 2018 >
Top image: Lorraine Immelman, CEO and founder of the Michelangelo International Wine and Spirits Awards.
A new record number of entries for the Michelangelo International Wine and Spirit Awards has been set for this year’s competition with 2244 wines and spirits from 16 countries entering this year. This is a spectacular increase of 611 on last year’s number.
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Have you ever wondered why we can’t buy beer in grocery stores in South Africa?
Best pubs in Ireland: Beating off stiff competition from bars around the country, Cork's Cask has been named the 2018 Bar of the Year.
A bowl of chicken soup provides a lot of health benefits.
Carina Gous, the strategic advisor at Bonnievale Wines, has always had an appreciation for winemaking having grown up on a farm in the Keisie valley near Montagu...
Eric Abraham and the Fugard Theatre will bring the musical Kinky Boots to South African audiences in 2019...
The market for non-alcoholic wine and beer is growing in the US, Europe and around the world, writes Pankaj Singh of Global Market Insights.
The producer of Glenfiddich and Balvenie is taking its Scotch know-how to the States and ?going all in on Bourbon? with the launch of Fistful of Bourbon.
Sprite Refresh and Recharge promotional campaign continues to gain momentum with over 10,000 consumers participating daily.
Paired with an iced cold lager, this easy meal is great for a lazy lunch too!
Delight your senses and indulge in a rich, creamy, crumbly cheese treats at the third annual Say Cheese Artisanal Cheese Fair on 6 and 7 October at the Italian Club.
The Table Bay is excited to announce the promotion of Chef Keshan Ramburan as Executive Chef at Camissa Restaurant.