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#BizTrends2018: Zooming in on two top wine trends to watch for 2018
#BizTrends2018: Zooming in on two top wine trends to watch for 2018

A rapidly changing world necessitates that we use the knowledge that has now been garnered to find a way to the future. With the decline in vineyard plantings, ensuing drought and the rising cost of wine growing...

By James Pietersen 15 Jan 2018

Five wine trends to watch for in 2018
Five wine trends to watch for in 2018

The South African wine industry is experiencing one of its most exciting phases in history. So, what are some of the emerging trends in 2018?

By Roland Peens 9 Jan 2018

Drought threatens industry, but fine wine booms
Drought threatens industry, but fine wine booms

A significant drop in yield on an already unprofitable model means the industry will take a serious hit in 2018. The lack of rain during winter has left vines across the Cape without the required water reserves...

By Roland Peens 18 Oct 2017

Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon is 'wine futures' worthy
Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon is 'wine futures' worthy

En primeur or 'wine futures', is a method of purchasing sought-after wines early while the wine is still in the barrel...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 19 Jul 2017

#YouthMonth: Q&A with #YoungGunsB2B Stephanie Wiid of Thistle & Weed
#YouthMonth: Q&A with #YoungGunsB2B Stephanie Wiid of Thistle & Weed

Wine Cellar: Fine Wine Merchants and Cellarers recently announced their top pick of SA's hottest young winemaking talent for the seventh edition of the Young Guns tasting event. We got in touch with one of the rising stars, Stephanie Wiid, one half of Thistle & Weed, to chat all things wine.

By Ruth Cooper 27 Jun 2017

Logan Jooste
#YouthMonth: Viticulture protégé makes his debut in the wine industry

The Cape Winemakers Guild Viticulture Protégé Programme has yielded its first graduate. Logan Jooste has made his debut in the wine industry with a full-time position as a viticulturist at Bartinney Wine Estate...

By Cari Coetzee 5 Jun 2017

Lizelle Gerber
#BizTrends2017: Building confidence in South African wines

We catch up with Lizelle Gerber, winemaker at Boschendal, to find out what will keep the wine flowing this year...

By Cari Coetzee 13 Jan 2017

Murray Barlow, Lesego Chauke-Motshwane and Pierre Wahl.
SA's top vintners crowned at Winemaker of the Year Awards

Suited gents and dolled-up dames gathered in the manicured grounds of La Residence hotel in Franschhoek on Saturday evening for the 36th annual Diners Club Winemaker of the Year Awards...

By Lauren Hartzenberg 21 Nov 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: Scientists invent a machine that makes wine non-stop
#WeeklyWineWrap: Scientists invent a machine that makes wine non-stop

This week we take a look at the machine that makes wine non-stop; happily note that the fine wine market soared in June; check in with VinPro on their scholarship programme; and look forward to the fabulous wine-related events that will take place at the Juliet Cullinan Standard Bank Wine Festival in Hyde Park this week.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 11 Jul 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: Vineyard robot prototype ushers in a new era
#WeeklyWineWrap: Vineyard robot prototype ushers in a new era

This week we discuss the potential of the IGWS's robotic vineyard prototype, rejoice at the inclusion of an online wine appreciation course on the Cape Wine Academy log, look forward to the 2016 Juliet Cullinan Wine Festival that takes place in Sandton next week, and give KWV a pat on the back for some well-deserved SAWi accolades.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 4 Jul 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: SA wine industry could add 100,000+ jobs by 2025
#WeeklyWineWrap: SA wine industry could add 100,000+ jobs by 2025

This week we take a look at how the Brexit decision could influence the UK wine trade, get some good news regarding South African job creation, learn more about China's millennial connoisseurs and congratulate Stellenrust on its inclusion in the SAWi Grand Wines Collection.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 27 Jun 2016

#weeklywinewrap: Smart Agri climate change action plan addresses extreme weather events
#weeklywinewrap: Smart Agri climate change action plan addresses extreme weather events

Good day fellow wine lovers! We've promised to keep you informed of the most interesting happenings in the local and international wine industry each week, and we've kept true to our word...

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 27 May 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: Zimbabwe-born sommeliers becoming our finest wine stewards
#WeeklyWineWrap: Zimbabwe-born sommeliers becoming our finest wine stewards

It was quite an eventful week in the world of wine and we are happy to bring you some good news from around the globe.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 20 May 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: Smaller SA harvest to result in intensely flavoured 2016 vintages
#WeeklyWineWrap: Smaller SA harvest to result in intensely flavoured 2016 vintages

Good day fellow wine lovers. We've promised to keep you informed of the most interesting happenings in the local and international wine industry each week, and we've kept true to our word.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 13 May 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: Smart wine
#WeeklyWineWrap: Smart wine

Good day fellow wine lovers and welcome to the very first Weekly Wine Wrap-up.

By Anna-Bet Stemmet 1 Apr 2016

Lynsay Sampson - Photograph by Lindsey Appolis
#DesignMonth: Fairtrade on innovation, design and differentiation

Fairtrade South Africa is celebrated for its pioneering spirit; the Cape Town-based office was the global organisation's first marketing and business development setup...

By Cari Coetzee 17 Feb 2016

2014 Klink Awards winners revealed
2014 Klink Awards winners revealed

A consumer-driven competition, the Klink Awards aims not only to recognise the profound impact of wine and its production, but the exceptional achievements of the South African wine tourism industry...

By Evan-Lee Courie 14 Nov 2014

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