Summer’s in full swing, which brings with it long lazy days. Sunset gatherings, socialising with friends at a braai or around the pool, or simply taking advantage of the glorious […]Read More Try this 100% Cinsaut Rosé by Middelvlei Wines, South Africa
First of all, as a South African, you may ask… what is a Pinot Grigio Rosé? Strictly speaking, you would normally drink this as a white wine but in some […]Read More Food & Wine Pairing heaven, Prawns & Pinot Grigio Rosé
How gorgeous is this photography supplied by Gabrielskloof in celebration of their 10th vintage of the Gabrielskloof Rosebud Rosé. This dry style rosé has notes of watermelon, papaya and strawberry […]Read More End off the Year in Style with Gabrielskloof Rosebud Rosé
Hot off the press! I was super lucky to give the new Anthonij Rupert Jean Roi Cap Provincial Rosé 2017 a try. it’s a premium Provençal style Rosé by one of my favourite […]Read More NEW! Anthonij Rupert Jean Roi Cap Provincial Rosé 2017
Vegan friendly wine? But wait, isn’t all wine Vegan friendly? Not necessarily…Animal products derived from milk, eggs, fish and including gelatine are used in a part of the winemaking process […]Read More Vegan friendly wine NEW by Delheim, a 2018 Rosé and Sauvignon Blanc
Enjoy two uniquely flavoured marshmallows and a panna cotta, all inspired by real pink flavours, have been carefully selected and combined with three specially selected Perdeberg Wines. Wistful, playful and […]Read More NEW! Pink pairings at Perdeberg
Robertson Winery has just released the second phase of new vintages – A lightly sparkling Sauvignon Blanc 2016 and a lightly sparkling Pinot Noir Rosé 2016. It’s the perfect wine to […]Read More New, lightly Sparkling Wines to get your hands on this summer!
I was so excited to finally visit wine farm 66 of 800 – Gabrielskloof wines which is a family-owned and run wine and olive estate in BotRiver, close to Hermanus. This land […]Read More Mediteranean Platters at 66 of 800 – Gabrielskloof, BotRiver
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
Wine farm 62 of 800 is La Vierge wines in the Hermanus Hemel en Aarde wine route. La Vierge means “The Virgin” in French and the pay off line is […]Read More Adam meets Eve at No. 62/800 – La Vierge, Hermanus
What a perfect location to celebrate a birthday at number 58 of 800, Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards in Franschhoek. In fact, it seemed like everyone was celebrating their birthday that day! […]Read More Modern fun at 58/800 – Leopard’s Leap, Franschhoek
I really enjoyed meeting Stephan, one of the owners, and his wife Rene at boutique wine farm 57/800 – Deux Freres in Stellenbosch. The farm was purchased by brothers, Stephan […]Read More Boutique reds at 57/800 – Deux Fréres, Stellenbosch
What a treat it was to finally visit number 52 of 800 – Lanzerac Wine Estate, in Stellenbosch. In 1959, Lanzerac harvested the world’s first Pinotage harvest and released the […]Read More The Pioneer of Pinotage at 52/800 – Lanzerac, Stellenbosch
Wine farm 51 of 800 is Groote Post Vineyards, Darling. On the last Sunday of every month in Summer, there is a fantastic farmer’s market where you can enjoy things […]Read More What a Darling at 51/800 – Groote Post Vineyards
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, I received this wonderful Rosé MCC to review from Lourensford. It compliments everything pink with this striking black bottle. This MCC is 60% Pinot noir […]Read More Lourensford Rosé MCC – Pink delight!