• MY FAVOURITE ALL-WEATHER RED WINE

    Are you a red or a white wine drinker? Or both? I often find that my preferences change with the weather. During winter, I love a hearty red wine like a Shiraz or Cabernet Sauvignon. In summer I prefer refreshing white and pink wines but sometimes, even in the heat of summer, I crave a […]

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  • Some fun facts about Rosé wine

    Lately, rose wine has been growing in popularity. And we can understand why. It’s affordable, goes well with most food and is surprisingly sophisticated. This pink wine, which is often misunderstood and underappreciated, is becoming a firm favourite at braais and laid-back summer lunches. And with “millennium pink” being the colour of the season, it’s […]

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  • WINES FOR YOUR BRAAI – SELECTED BY DRY DOCK LIQUOR

    Tomorrow many South Africans will be celebrating Heritage Day by being outside and having a braai. We have already given you some ideas for great side dishes for your braai, now pair your meal with some wonderful wines. Martin Pienaar, co-owner of Dry Dock Liquor, suggests these wines for your braai.   ROSÉ I love […]

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  • WINE TASTING HINTS & TIPS

    The term ‘Wine Tasting’ is synonymous with free wine and an opportunity to mingle and meet people. In this post we introduce red wine label, The High Road, and provided tips on getting the most out of your next wine tasting. I recently joined the owners of winery, The High Road, Les Sweidan and Mike […]

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  • Review – Joostenberg Organic Wine

    Joostenberg organic winery, located between Stellenbosch and Paarl, has a rich culture, a passion for authenticity and sense of history that transcends five generations. The farm was established by a Swedish settler in the late 1600s and was purchased by the Myburgh family in 1879, where ownership has remained ever since. The family practices traditional […]

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  • Durban and Joburg are on the booze map

    The idea of getting a hand crafted product, produced close to the place where it will be consumed, is not only satisfying but good for the environment. Consumers get more choice and everyone benefits from less diesel fumes pumped out by ships, trains and trucks to get the products around. This trend started in the […]

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