Enotria has signed a deal with South African producer The Company of Wine People, for the UK supplier to distribute Arniston Bay.
The generic bodies for Argentina, Chile and South Africa will come together for a collaborative tasting in autumn 2013.
South Africa’s Origin Wine is expanding its Fairtrade venture in the country, setting up a new project with the Brandvlei Cooperative in the Breede River Valley.
With a slew of exciting young talent bursting onto the winemaking scene, we round up the top 10 Cape crusaders shaping the future of South African wine.
South Africa has won a number of concessions during a visit last week from UK business secretary Vince Cable, as the two nations work to avoid a “bulk import war”.
Australia topped the medal table as the International Wine & Spirit Competition released its 2012 Southern Hemisphere results.
Stellenbosch producer Jordan Wine Estate has set up a scheme to support women, both in the UK and South Africa, who want to pursue a career in wine.
From Lionel Messi to Nick Faldo and from Wayne Gretzky to Arnold Palmer, many different sport stars are involved with the world of wine.
The Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction in Stellenbosch this weekend defied the recession with record-breaking sales.
Anthony Hamilton Russell of Hamilton Russell Vineyards believes South Africa needs to “sort out its terroir message” in order for it to be taken seriously as a fine wine producing country.
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