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South Africa. The Extraordinary

Yes, Jacob Zuma is a vile, Machiavellian, corrupt human being who is systematically under-mining all the progress South Africans have made, a man who’s flagrant thievery and manipulation of evil forces to do his bidding beggars belief.
2 July 2015 (232) reads

A question of women in wine

How many female winemakers and vineyard owners do you know? A few months ago, Christy Canterbury introduced some ladies of the Langhe. Female winemakers in Piedmont have changed the conservative winemaking landscape to one that is inclusive of women.
2 July 2015 Louise Hurren, (197) reads

Wine sulfites are fine, but here’s how to remove them anyway

For millions of drinkers, the scariest two words on a bottle of wine are “CONTAINS SULFITES.”
2 July 2015 Christopher Null, (124) reads

Avontuur Newsletter - July 2015

It's July fever at Avontuur ....Winter may be unfurling its freezing temperatures in the Winelands, but the heat is up at Avontuur with the Vodacom Durban July coming up at the beginning of July and then at the end of July we’re planning an “Oratorio Day”, where a selection of his first progeny will be shown off to an invited crowd.
2 July 2015 Avontuur Estate (61) reads

New vintage release for La Motte Sauvignon Blanc

Made from grapes originating from six different winegrowing regions in the Western Cape, the 2015 vintage of La Motte’s Sauvignon Blanc beautifully combines the best of prime Sauvignon Blanc-growing areas for a complex, yet vibrant edition of the popular La Motte Sauvignon Blanc.
2 July 2015 La Motte (204) reads

A bumper year of accolades for Groot Constantia needs celebrating

In the short space of four months, the Groot Constantia wine estate has added five impressive awards to their already extensive list of accolades.
2 July 2015 Catherine Pate (114) reads

Winter is here

You know those days when you feel you really should get out of the house but want to be warm and snug?
2 July 2015 Judy Brower (59) reads

Durbanville Hills Table Mountain Experience

With a panoramic view of Table Mountain, Table Bay and Robben Island, Durbanville Hills Wines is situated in one of the most unique settings in the Western Cape. And to celebrate this unique view, the cellar has made a vehicle available for visitors to experience one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world along with a glass of wine.
30 June 2015 Micheal Olivier Communications (23) reads