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A good vintage

A good vintage

Judging by the results of this year’s Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show, there’s a noticeable thread of quality, passion and natural talent that runs through the industry, whether we’re talking established producers or new kids on the block. The results of the 2018 Old...
An insider’s guide to Robertson

An insider’s guide to Robertson

Plan your next visit to the valley of wine and roses and discover many off-the-beaten-track destinations. The biggest attraction is the annual Wacky Wine Weekend when scores of wine enthusiasts descend on the valley to enjoy all its spoils. With its relatively low...
Die Franse (wyn-)konneksie

Die Franse (wyn-)konneksie

Met die uitbreiding van AdVini se belange in Suid-Afrika danksy ’n meerderheidsaandeel in Stellenbosch Vineyards, is die Franse wynleier opnuut op almal se lippe. Wie is die Fransman op ons stoep?    Dit is lekker om te weet AdVini is net in Suid-Afrika omdat ’n...
Irrigating with the future in mind

Irrigating with the future in mind

With the Western Cape in the grip of a crippling drought, the aftermath of which will haunt us for years to come, irrigation and water use remain a sensitive (and political!) issue.     At the time of going to print, the 2018 harvest was drawing to a close and cellars...
Great wine starts with good geography

Great wine starts with good geography

In an attempt to define the elusive concept of terroir, Wine Folly’s Madeline Blasberg narrows it down to connecting five dots.  “What makes a great wine great?” ask Madeline Puckette and Carlo Mondavi in their article, The Science behind Great Wine, published on the...
Looking out for number one

Looking out for number one

The benefits of protecting the get-up of your product.  The numerous words, devices, slogans and/or logos on the SA Trade Marks Register indicate many brand owners are aware of their right to protect their most basic form of intellectual property, namely the names and...
Move over Napa, here comes Ningxia

Move over Napa, here comes Ningxia

The sleeping dragon has awakened and it’s thirsty. China is determined to make its mark on the world wine market and has already shown it’s a force to be reckoned with. In the short film series Food Forward, Silver Heights owner-winemaker Gao Yuan calls China’s...
Trading places

Trading places

KWV’s centenary is a good time to look at how the domestic wine trade has developed since the abolition of the quota system. Today, producers have several options when it comes to marketing their bulk wine locally. KWV was established at a time of crisis in the wine...
Orgin wine embarks on a new journey

Orgin wine embarks on a new journey

Origin Wine has never failed to impress or surprise, whether it be with service, innovation, funky packaging or off-beat ideas. A new venture into the world of fine wine brings this powerhouse closer to its roots. The wine retail environment has been Origin Wine’s...
A day in the life of a vineyard worker

A day in the life of a vineyard worker

Vineyard workers play a vital role in the economic development of a sustainable agricultural sector. South African vineyard workers have not always enjoyed all the support and recognition they deserve. Difficult working conditions, low wages and inadequate healthcare...
An insider’s guide to the Boland

An insider’s guide to the Boland

The Cape winelands are a treasure trove of precious experiences and hidden gems. If only you knew a local to show you around! Our Insider’s Guide is like your long-lost best friend in each of the Cape’s 10 wine-producing regions. And you’ve been invited over.Go off...
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