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A minute with Andy

A minute with Andy

Life does not need to be boring. Combining whit and discipline makes for a productive life. Carlin Cloete talks to brand strategist Andy Rice* and finds out why creativity is sometimes more important than knowledge. We all know how important content is in today’s...
Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Wine Cellar has done it again. And that is identifying SA’s hottest young winemaking talent. This year’s Young Guns theme is “Back to Basics” and the fifth in a series of seven blogs features Callan Williams of The Garajeest. Here are her answers to seven quick...
The science of labels

The science of labels

Science and marketing, believe it or not, can and should be good bedfellows. In the ever-increasing competitive global market you need solid marketing to back your product (I’m assuming it’s probably wine, since you’re reading this blog). And your...
Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Wine Cellar has done it again. And that is identifying SA’s hottest young winemaking talent. This year’s Young Guns theme is “Back to Basics” and the fourth in a series of seven blogs features Paul Hoogwerf and Douglas Mylrea of Maanschijn. Here are their answers to...
Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Wine Cellar has done it again. And that is identifying SA’s hottest young winemaking talent. This year’s Young Guns theme is “Back to Basics” and the third in a series of seven blogs features Etienne Terblanche and Stephanie Wiid of Thistle & Weed. Here are their...
Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Wine Cellar has done it again. And that is identifying SA’s hottest young winemaking talent. This year’s Young Guns theme is “Back to Basics” and the second in a series of seven blogs features Danie Carinus of Carinus Vineyards. Here are his answers to seven quick...
Giving generously

Giving generously

Benevolence is defined as a desire to do good and to be filled with kindness towards others. Synonyms for the word include charity, philanthropy, goodwill, kindness, altruism, humanity, compassion, social conscience and consideration. All of these words could be...
What’s happening on the other side?

What’s happening on the other side?

Long gone are the days where “The other side of the mountain” (the Breedekloof River Valley) is seen as a dull and hot region without a story. Thanks to the efforts of a group of Breedekloof winemakers, the image of the Breedekloof River Valley has been boosted and...
Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Seven questions for seven Young Guns

Wine Cellar has done it again. And that is identifying SA’s hottest young winemaking talent. This year’s Young Guns theme is “Back to Basics” and the first in a series of seven blogs features Jessica Saurwein of Saurwein. Here are her answers to seven quick questions....
Sommeliers Selection shines

Sommeliers Selection shines

The 2017 Sommeliers Selection winners were announced at a trendy ceremony and tasting in Stellenbosch on Thursday 27 July. South Africa’s first wine competition judged only by top South African sommeliers has something to offer for every taste. All wines are...
A passion for Pinotage

A passion for Pinotage

Pinotage – that distinctive South African clone that successfully combined Pinot Noir and Cinsaut in 1925 – brings people together. Yesterday, the Pinotage Association hosted an exclusive tasting of its most recognisable vintages at Kanonkop Estate for the edification...
Wine – not only a modern day affair

Wine – not only a modern day affair

These days wine is one of the most renowned drinks in the world and looking further back, people have been enjoying their affair with this delicious beverage from as early as 6000 BC. Considered a perfect drink for every occasion, the number of people enjoying its...
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