SALBA welcomed the decision by Government to lift the National State of Disaster that was imposed two years ago on 27 March 2020.
The South African Sommeliers Association (SASA) aims to elevate the service standards and provide a platform for sommeliers to launch their careers.
The South African wine industry have called on treasury to practice sound judgment when announcing excise duties during the National Budget Speech on 23 February 2022.
Bellingham, one of South Africa’s pioneering wine brands with a history dating to 1693, has incorporated the work of two leading local artists in releasing three exclusive new wines as part of national retailer Pick 'n Pay’s commitment to selling 25 million bottles...
The Western Cape Minister of Agriculture, Dr Ivan Meyer, visited the Klein Goederust Franschhoek Boutique Winery owned by Paul Siguqa. Located in Franschhoek, Klein Goederust has been transformed from its dilapidated state to a promising boutique wine farm.
For the first time, more than 40 key actors in the production and marketing of wine around the world have joined forces to accelerate action as sustainability challenges mount.
Boschendal Estate, founded in 1685 in Groot Drakenstein between Paarl and Franschhoek, is known for going that extra mile in search of vineyards from which to make the best wines possible for its extensive range.
An exceptionally rare bottle of Grand Constance 1821 – once destined to be part of the exclusive collection of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, and one of perhaps only twelve remaining in the world – will be auctioned at the Cape Fine & Rare Wine Auction (CFRWA) on 22 May 2021.
The Stellenbosch Wine Routes celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, a milestone that also marks the birth of South African wine tourism.