Simon's Restaurant - 27 June 2012 - Article read 1338 times
Claire Hu visits David Trafford to find out how his small is beautiful
approach is helping win top international scores for his wines.
Claire Hu - 25 June 2012 - Article read 2995 times
Landau du Val: a vinous treasure
"When Jane and I bought the farm back in 1986, we had no idea that this
vineyard existed," says Basil Landau. We're standing in the centre of an
ancient vineyard of Semillon, 106 years old this year, on Basil and
Jane Landau's farm La Brie, just off the Robertsvlei Road in the
Norman McFarlane - 22 June 2012 - Article read 1836 times
Dave March, CWM - 14 June 2012 - Article read 2966 times
Celebrate 340 years of SA Brandy with Van Ryn's 20 Year Old
South African brandy is 340 years' old this year and to celebrate, the
five-star luxury Van Ryn's Distillery near Stellenbosch is offering a
snifter of its glorious, top-of-the-range 20 Year Old, served with a
slice of sumptuous fruitcake, at R50 per person.
Van Ryn's Distillery - 12 June 2012 - Article read 1026 times
The Wine Show - 01 June 2012 - Article read 1736 times
Chicken and Prawn Spring Rolls
My wife Eppie, really loves Asian food, specifically stir fried.
Whenever I have no recipe inspiration, and I ask her for guidance, as
often as not the suggestion will be something stir-fried. True to form
the other evening, she suggested spring rolls, which although they are
(usually) deep-fried, the filling is usually stir-fried.
Norman McFarlane, The Man in the Kitchen - 01 June 2012 - Article read 1085 times
Celebrating unique handcrafted wines
This month we look at wines that were made in small quantities, either from boutique cellars, single vineyards or garagiste winemakers. The six wine farms that we chose to focus on are Edgebaston, Chabivin, Jacobsdal, Remhoogte, Ridgeback and Jordan.
Carla van der Merwe - 01 June 2012 - Article read 5806 times