The UK offers the greatest potential for South African wine over £10 according to the chairman of PIWOSA, Rollo Gabb.
A new charity wine auction is to take place next month in South Africa to raise money for children’s education in the Cape’s winelands.
Argentina, Chile and South Africa are teaming up again at this year’s Prowein under the new banner, “The Beautiful South”.
The wine enthusiast is spoilt for choice when searching for a holiday that combines luxury accommodation with world-class wine tasting.
The International Wine & Spirit Competition is inviting the trade to attend its 2014 South African showcase tasting on Thursday 6 February in Paarl.
Virgin Wines has announced plans to help build a children’s “after-care facility” in South Africa.
The Pinot pioneer on taking a softer approach, the sport of winemaking and why Pinot’s alluring and capricious nature gives him goose bumps.
Andrew Gunn of Iona estate on bringing out the best in Pinot Noir from the cool, coastal climate of Elgin and this variety’s growing popularity among South African consumers.
The South African enfant terrible on time travel, turning water into wine and changing people’s perceptions of Pinotage.
The grande dame of Bordeaux on living through World War Two, making the 1982 vintage at Château Pichon-Lalande and her admiration of the Queen.
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