The valley of olives, grappa and wine offers something for every palate. Here’s how to taste it all in a day.
Blog posts: Wine
Discover the wonderful world of wine and wine tasting, the best wine farms, viticulture secrets and tips for a perfect vineyard outing. Not all of us are connoisseurs of wine but that doesn’t mean we can’t appreciate it. If you enjoy a the wine-ing part of the dining process more than most be sure to check back here. This section contains suggestions on pairing wines with meals, reviews or visitations of various wine farms and tips on getting the most out of your vineyard outings.
Elgin is chief of many things – apples, wine, food, nature and adventure. If you’re looking for a weekend spot just one hour from Cape Town, the valley is really where you want to be.
Want to soak up the last of the summer rays and see the captivating Cape Winelands during the bustling grape harvest season? Now is the time to go.
We spoke to locals from Northern Stellenbosch for insights on where to eat, what to do and where to enjoy splendid views of this region.
In the Cape, wine farms celebrate harvest time with generous festivals. These are five of the best.
Experience the Boland and surrounds with inside info from people who know it best. It takes more time to explore these places, but it’s worth it.
East of Cape Town, beyond the Hottentots-Holland mountains is a playground for wine enthusiasts, hikers, bikers and birders alike.
There’s almost no better place to enjoy a picnic than on a wine farm. Here are 21 picnic spots in the Cape Winelands that offer delicious gourmet picnics.
The simple answer: wine that’s delicious and good for the planet. In our November issue, we have the top list of green wine from healthy environments.
When times are tight, a visit to the Winelands seems unlikely – but if you’re smart, you can still have a great time for under R100 per person.