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Wellington Wine Walkers

What better way to explore the Wellington valley than on foot with a Wine Walk guided tour?
23 July 2016 Holly Bailey

6 foodie things to do at SLOW Food and Wine Festival presented by Robertson Wine Valley

Known for its rustic and charming country life, the Robertson region is home to some of the best wines in the country and makes for a relaxing, slow-paced getaway for city folk.
23 July 2016 EatOut, Nikita Buxton

Dream Big

Joseph Phiri from De Grendel is a good example of the South African wine industry's commitment to the empowerment and training of cellar workers. By Lee-Anne Davidson
23 July 2016 VinPro Foundation, Lee-Anne Davidson

Celebrating 20 years of Cabernet at Webersburg

Stellenbosch boutique wine estate, Webersburg is celebrating 20 years of Cabernet Sauvignon this year and the cellar turns 220 years old, dating back to 1786 when the cellar was first established, and is still in working order today. Webersburg released their first Cabernet Sauvignon in 1996 and have been producing premium wine ever since.
23 July 2016 Webersburg

Beyond transformation in the Cape Wine industry

It seems that in South Africa these days, no one thinks of alternative or lateral ways of approaching seemingly intractable problems. If a Stalinist fiat cannot produce the desired result, the alternative appears to be simply to leave well alone. Nothing else can explain the absence of transformation in the Cape wine industry.
22 July 2016 Daily Maverick, Michael Fridjhon