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Savour Plaisir de Merle at the 2015 Franschhoek Uncorked Festival

SAVE THE DATE - Plaisir de Merle is celebrating Heritage at this year’s Franschhoek Uncorked Festival, taking place on the 26th and 27th of September 2015.
2 September 2015 Plaisir de Merle (63) reads

Last chance to get to France

Whether you are a lover of wine or a wine aficionado, Taj Cape Town in association with South African Wine Tasting Championships, is giving you a one-of-a-kind opportunity to be a part of the World Wine Tasting Championships
2 September 2015 Jean Vincent Ridon (64) reads

Anthonij Rupert Wyne supports Pink Trees for Pauline

This year the Garden Route and Cape Winelands District are the sought after routes for the inaugural 2015 Pink Trees for Pauline Vallei tot Vallei Cycle Tour, spearheaded by the registered cancer organisation Pink Trees for Pauline.
2 September 2015 Anthonij Rupert Wyne (307) reads

Atkin report illustrates great aging potential and consistency of KWV The Mentors range

Cape Town – At a time when the South African wine industry is considered wildly exciting by international wine commentators, KWV in Paarl is proud to announce that numerous of its wines have just been scored 90-points or more by respected wine critic and British Master of Wine (MW), Tim Atkin.
2 September 2015 KWV (250) reads

Four Fleur du Cap wines score 90+ in Tim Atkin's SA Wine Report

Four Fleur du Cap wines, including the much lauded Noble Late Harvest, have broken the venerable 90-point barrier in Tim Atkin’s 2015 South African Wine Report.
2 September 2015 Fleur du Cap (140) reads

The Decanter Interview: Danie de Wet

Central to the history of South African wine, this often controversial figure has been at the forefront of wine-industry politics while producing some of the country's definitive Chardonnays. Andrew Jefford asks the hard questions.
2 September 2015 Decanter, Andrew Jefford (299) reads

Tim Atkin rates Hartenberg wines amongst his favourites

In his third annual guide to Cape wine, internationally acclaimed wine journalist Tim Atkin MW hails South Africa as the most dynamic and exciting winemaking country in the New World.
2 September 2015 Hartenberg (167) reads

Lettuce Give Thanks

I just love salad! I can't resist it! The milky crunch of a Cos or Romaine heart, a velvety fold of Trocadero with its buttery bite, a ticklish Frisée or a baby Gem, I eat half the pillow pack before it hits the plate.
1 September 2015 Boschendal Blog, Sam Lundie (272) reads

Lobola Wines - Celebrating Unity

Lobola is the tradition in many African cultures associated with the celbration of the joining of two families through marriage.
1 September 2015 Taillard Wines (274) reads