The Wine Business Is A Family Affair For Fergie


If Fergie is synonymous with one thing, it’s glamour in every sense of the word, though offstage (and in a poolside designer cabana in The Bahamas), she’s about as real as it gets.

 

Why you should be selling your wines through WineMoola


WineMoola, South Africa’s first wine-selling app, is making it easier than ever for wine producers to sell their wines to the public.

 

Coravin grants Great Domaines exclusive distribution rights in South Africa


Coravin Inc., manufacturer of the Coravin™ System, the tool that allows wine lovers to pour and enjoy wine without pulling the cork, today expands its footprint into South Africa together with their newly appointed exclusive distributor Great Domaines.

 

What Famous People Eat For Breakfast


The world is seriously fascinated with the daily lives of the rich and famous. People want to know that they live “normal” lives just like us! Where do they shop? What do they wear to the gym? And what do they eat?

 

Narcos Actor to Narrate Documentary on Mexican Tequila and Mezcal


Agave: The Spirit of a Nation’ is set to explore the rich cultural heritage of the two liquors and the nation’s people trying to protect it.

 

Franschhoek Vignerons come out tops in Platter


The wine industry was abuzz recently with the launch of the Platter’s by Diners Club South African Wine Guide 2018, which was also used to announce the highly anticipated 5-star rated wines. Franschhoek Vignerons did not disappoint, with a total of six producers receiving the prestigious rating.

 

How Coffee Is Powering The Red Buses In London


It’s sounds like something out of a science fiction movie, but it isn’t; the London buses are being powered by coffee.

 

Drink Rosé All Day at Café Caprice with Bottomless Bubbly Saturdays


Let’s face it; there aren’t many things in life better than a boozy or bottomless brunch.

 

ALLÉE BLEUE Celebrates Cellar Innovation With Limited-Release Black Series Wine Range


If one phrase could sum up the wines of ALLÉE BLEUE in Franschhoek it would be ‘quality alongside continuous innovation’.

 

Diemersdal Dry-land Vines Hold Promise of Bumper Crop Despite SA Drought


The dry conditions experienced by the Cape winelands over the past few years has reached crisis-proportions in some regions, with predictions of a far lower grape crop for 2018. Yet in certain areas of the Western Cape, vineyards are showing exceptionally rigorous growth.

 
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