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The fall and rise of Pinotage

by  |  12-05-2020 ~ 24 Comments

Members of the wine trade are cursed to forever wander from party to party and set the record straight with regards to Chardonnay. The ‘Anything But Chardonnay’ crowd still walk among us and it must... more » Members of the wine trade are cursed to forever wander from party... more »

In the Glass: AA Badenhorst – Secateurs Red Blend 2012

by  |  21-02-2019

I try to live a life as free from regret as possible and overall, I think I do a pretty decent job of keeping my “regret debt” within decent margins. There are however two regrets... more » I try to live a life as free from regret as possible... more »

Welmoed: Everything collected under one roof

by  |  01-02-2012

Calling themselves the “the company of wine people”, Welmoed is one of those wineries that offers pretty much something for everyone with a massive selection. They’re not an estate winery, but a co-op and as... more » Calling themselves the “the company of wine people”, Welmoed is one of... more »

Growling around Knorhoek

by  |  18-01-2012

In the 18th century, if you had a problem with large, possibly man-eating felines cruising around your farm, then a phrase like, “knorhoek” or “the place where lions growl” would seem quite fitting. And this... more » In the 18th century, if you had a problem with large, possibly... more »

Doing the Dornier

by  |  03-01-2012

Set up against the mountains, Dornier is a winery with striking, majestic grounds. The curve on the roof of the modern winery building echoes the mountains behind it and everything works to center upon the... more » Set up against the mountains, Dornier is a winery with striking, majestic... more »

A serving of Stellenrust

by  |  29-12-2011

Stellenrust is well-situated. Not only does it have wonderful vistas of the mountains, including Table Mountain, but of the 200 hectares of vineyards they own, half of it is in the “Golden Triangle” which is... more » Stellenrust is well-situated. Not only does it have wonderful vistas of the... more »

The story of M’Hudi winery

by  |  03-11-2011

The story of M’Hudi is that of a Setswana woman who was displaced by the invasion of the Zulu. Living in the bush, she met a man also separated from his people who she saved... more » The story of M’Hudi is that of a Setswana woman who was... more »