Yesterday, 16 September, I was honoured to attend the 20th Amorim Cap Classique Challenge 2021 held at Chefs Warehouse Tintswalo. The top performers were Kleine Zalze, Graham Beck, Boschendal and […]Read More Congratulations to the top 5 Cap Classique in SA awarded by Amorim
Did you know that Simonsig produced South Africa’s first Cap Classique ever made – the iconic Simonsig Kaapse Vonkel. This year they celebrate their 50th anniversary and this milestone also […]Read More Simonsig Kaapse Vonkel and Cap Classique celebrates 50 years
If you have run out of bubbly during lockdown, don’t worry, there are non-alcoholic options out there which retailers are allowed to sell. And although a non-alcoholic wine will never […]Read More Robertson Winery Non-alcoholic Dry Sparkling Pink Wine
I visited Louisvale Wines just before lockdown in March and looking back, now that the alcohol ban has been lifted, what a fabulous place this is! If you’re a lover […]Read More THE ELEGANT AND UNIQUE LOUISVALE WINES IN STELLENBOSCH
What a pleasure it was to taste the NEW Kasteelberg Chenin Blanc MCC by Riebeek Valley Wine Co, wine of the Swartland. I attended the launch at the ever so […]Read More NEW! Riebeek Valley Wine Co. Kasteelberg Chenin Blanc MCC
I love the Krone brand, produced on a 300-year- old farm, Twee Jonge Gezellen in the Tulbagh Valley. The vineyards lay on the east-facing slopes of the Saron Peak mountains where the […]Read More Making Mother’s Day pop with Krone MCC
If you and your girlfriends are hosting a kitchen tea, bachelors or even baby shower (yes you heard me right), these babies might be the perfect choice. Why? Alcohol FREE […]Read More Papillon Sparkling Wine has an alcohol FREE version too!
You definitely cannot go to Hermanus without visiting HermanusPietersfonein. The quirky sheep that you will see at this farm have a historic story to tell and is in fact dedicated […]Read More Meeting Skaapie at No. 64 of 800 – HPF1855, Hermanus