winemaking

 
The Wine Guy
The Wine Guy
Mike Ratcliffe is the 46-year old chairperson of Stellenbosch Wine Routes, South Africa’s oldest and most distinguished wine route. The route...
The rise of Black South African winemakers
The rise of Black South African winemakers
Wine has been made since 6000BC but South African wine is only 350 years old, dating back to 1655 when the first known Cape vineyard was first...
Failed au pair’s a pinot protégé
Failed au pair’s a pinot protégé
‘I came from a beer-drinking community, with no knowledge of wine,” says Berene Sauls, wine producer and owner of Tesselaarsdal. Sauls, whose...
Drink a toast to the wine boffins
Drink a toast to the wine boffins
 Every bottle of wine has a story to tell: of the ground it grew on, the varietal of grape that went into it, the wood of the barrel that held...
The days of SA wine aren't rosy
The days of SA wine aren't rosy
But local producers are mapping this change and becoming more efficient and resilient so that they can keep growing grapes where they are now.
Making wine at the end of the world
Making wine at the end of the world
Patagonia, the huge swath of land at the southern tip of South America, is known for its rugged mountains and glaciers but an innovative group of...

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