Finding the perfect chocolate and wine pairing is a challenge. Here are a few rules you can follow if you want to experiment.
For those in the know, the 'secret' of Constantia Glen's wine tasting room seems like one that will not last for long. Just a 20-minute drive from the Cape Town City Bowl, it's a stunning escape to the country in Cape Town's backyard.
The Hands on Harvest is Robertson’s smallest wine festival, but it is probably the most intimate. It’s a great opportunity to meet the people behind the wines you buy, get to know the locals, drink some great wines and eat lots of delicious food.
In celebration of the upcoming 2013 wine harvest season I've put together a list of harvest festivals happening across the Cape Winelands. Not only do we South Africans adore our wine but we also love nothing more than to enjoy a good old fashioned party, and harvest festivals are the perfect opport
Summertime… and the living is easy. What could be better than an afternoon of wine and song? This list includes music festivals, picnic concerts, film and theatre (both open-air, of course) in Cape Town so that you can cover all bases in enjoying the summer season.
Admittedly it’s not often that there’s leftover wine lying around my house, but on the rare occasion that we don’t finish a bottle this is what I do with the last dribbles.
Exploring the Cape Winelands on horseback turns wine tasting into a memorable adventure.
A review of Overture restaurant at Hidden Valley Wine Estate in the Stellenbosch Winelands.
If you’re looking for a bit of historical charm, quirky experiences and an outdoor escape, then the Drakenstein area of the Cape Winelands will deliver quaint churches, secluded waterfalls, delicious cheeses, local food and excellent wines. Here are eight great things to do there.