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A Wine For Your Burger

A Wine For Your Burger

Today is National Burger Day. I am sure Burger King and the ol’ golden triangle guys are loving it. But something a little more classy andRead More

Viñas del Vero Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon Rosado

Viñas del Vero Tempranillo Cabernet Sauvignon Rosado

I can’t keep up. For three weeks I’ve had today marked in the Outlook calendar as Tempranillo Day, for some bright spark has designated today asRead More

Scaling Scala Dei

Scaling Scala Dei

As my head smashed into the car roof, a certain MW’s foot slammed into my ankle and a national newspaper journalists’ elbow connected with my ribsRead More

Wines of Virtue – Environmentally Friendly Vino

Wines of Virtue – Environmentally Friendly Vino

Does it really matter that a wine is bottled at the vineyard? Would it not be a huge environmental statement by the wine industry if allRead More

South African Wine : Brief Notes From a Naked Wines Tasting

South African Wine : Brief Notes From a Naked Wines Tasting

A buzzie little tasting at One Alfred Place, London saw Naked Wines open a range of South African wines, some new, some expanding the showing ofRead More

Brief Notes from a Visit – Beyerskloof

Brief Notes from a Visit – Beyerskloof

If you need to know anything about Pinotage the man to talk to is Beyers Truter (if you can’t find Peter May, of course). Beyers hasRead More

New Australian Wines At Naked Wines

New Australian Wines At Naked Wines

While I was gallivanting around the wine-lands of South Africa those fine folk at Naked Wines organised an innovative little event – a tasting/auction to determineRead More

Brief Notes from a Tasting: Vergelegen, South Africa

Brief Notes from a Tasting: Vergelegen, South Africa

A 300 year history permeates Vergelegen; one of South Africa’s most prestigious, reknown and visited wineries in the Cape. The original homestead was built in 1700;Read More

Brief Notes from a Tasting: Boschendal, Stellenbosch

Brief Notes from a Tasting: Boschendal, Stellenbosch

Under the branches of an old, old oak tree a marvellous romp through a range of Boschendal wines. Hosted by Lizelle Gerber, Head White Wine Maker,Read More

In The Company of Wine People: brief notes from a tasting

In The Company of Wine People: brief notes from a tasting

The lovely lady in the picture is Isabel, Brand Development Manager for the Company of Wine People who led us through a marvellous tasting on theRead More

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