wine tasting

 
Idiom restaurant celebrates a decade of excellence with paired wine tasting
Idiom restaurant celebrates a decade of excellence with paired wine tasting
On the outskirts of Somerset West, about an hour’s drive out of Cape Town, the Bottega family welcomes old friends and new guests to celebrate the...
SA's best wines on a Platter
SA's best wines on a Platter
The Platter’s South African Wines 2013 guide was launched this week. For many local wine lovers it is the indispensable hand-holder...
Simple shiraz blends make for drinking comfort
Simple shiraz blends make for drinking comfort
If they were eatable, they would be something between comfort food and an infallible, quick–and–easy dish for when a challenge to tired...
Incentive to rock 'n riesling
Incentive to rock 'n riesling
"Do you like Kipling?" the ­bookish man asks the pretty young woman in a caption on the world's ­bestselling postcard ever.
Old faithful settles into a new niche
Old faithful settles into a new niche
Cinderella and workhorse were favourite clichés to describe the role of chenin blanc in the local wine industry of olden days. Well, it is a good...
Get into the spirit with the A-Z of festive drinks
Get into the spirit with the A-Z of festive drinks
A is for anticipation, B is for bottoms up -- and T is for tanked. Tim James guides you through the best of the season.
All's fair in posh and plonk
All's fair in posh and plonk
If it is merlot, sauvignon blanc or semi-sweet rosé you want to sip at the FoodWineDesign Fair, pass the Swartland All Stars by.
Fruits of a purer vine
Fruits of a purer vine
When you sit down to enjoy a glass of wine, do you ever stop to think about what goes into it?
Adventurers are spoilt for choice
Adventurers are spoilt for choice
There are an awful lot of South African wines out there -- about 7?000. It's tempting to abandon adventurism and reach for another bottle of the...
Wild claims and outrageous price leave a bitter aftertaste
Wild claims and outrageous price leave a bitter aftertaste
Too many producers regard wine journalists as badly paid PR people who should follow the advice that my mother wistfully offered in vain -- if you...
Shilowa turns sumptuous Epicurean
Shilowa turns sumptuous Epicurean
It's not every wine show that has a once-powerful politician pouring sips of wine for all and sundry.

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