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Relax and recharge at The Guardian guest house in Hemel-en-Aarde
Relax and recharge at The Guardian guest house in Hemel-en-AardeArticle

Nestled in the beautiful and (aptly named) Hemel-en-Aarde (Heaven and Earth) Valley, The Guardian Guest House and Cottage is the perfect self-catering spot when looking for some serious R&R.

Ruth Cooper 21 Apr 2021

Eskom's business investment competition is open for entry
Eskom's business investment competition is open for entryArticle

The competition has provided a platform for South African owners of small and medium enterprises to become part of a community of like-minded entrepreneurs...

8 Feb 2021

#BizTrends2021: Wine in the wake of corona
#BizTrends2021: Wine in the wake of coronaArticle

From Covid-19 to an economic downturn, so much of our energy was spent just getting through each day. For many of us in the wine industry, this became a lot harder when a ban on alcohol sales was implemented in late March 2020. Join us as we take a moment to reflect on what was and the lessons we can take into the new year...

Kristen Duff and Gosia Young 4 Jan 2021

Cape Winemakers Guild welcomes new members and protégés
Cape Winemakers Guild welcomes new members and protégésArticle

The Cape Winemakers Guild has announced two new members joining its ranks and the three new CWG Protégés who have joined their Protégé Programme...

4 Dec 2020

Pebbles Kitchen serves more than 1 million meals in 8 months
Pebbles Kitchen serves more than 1 million meals in 8 monthsArticle

Improving the lives of disadvantaged children within Western Cape farming communities, the Pebbles Kitchen, a division of the Pebbles Project, quadrupled its daily meal provision since 1 April...

2 Nov 2020

Savour Hemel-en-Aarde's harmoniously matched food and wine at Creation Wine Estate
Savour Hemel-en-Aarde's harmoniously matched food and wine at Creation Wine EstateArticle

Hermanus is known as a whale-watcher's haven, but wine-lovers have ample reason to visit this sleepy hollow on the Walker Bay Wine Route, starting with Creation Wine Estate in the heavenly Hemel-en-Aarde Valley...

Leigh Andrews 18 Mar 2020

Diners Club announces 2019 Winemaker, Young Winemaker of the Year finalists
Diners Club announces 2019 Winemaker, Young Winemaker of the Year finalistsArticle

Diners Club has announced the five finalists for the 39th Diners Club Winemaker of the Year and 19th Young Winemaker of the Year awards...

14 Oct 2019

Western Cape agriculture honours female entrepreneurs
Western Cape agriculture honours female entrepreneursArticle

On the eve of Women's Day 2019, the Western Cape Department of Agriculture held its annual Female Entrepreneur Awards Ceremony in Stellenbosch, honouring the many hard-working women in the sector...

11 Aug 2019

The 'Harvest Story of Creation' is wine pairing at its best
The 'Harvest Story of Creation' is wine pairing at its bestArticle

I've experienced my fair share of wine pairings, but the pairing at family-run Creation Wines in the beautiful Hemel-en-Aarde Valley delivers the best marriage of food and wine I have experienced yet...

Ruth Cooper 18 Apr 2019

SA wine praised at International Association of Sommeliers Cape Town session
SA wine praised at International Association of Sommeliers Cape Town sessionArticle

South African Sommelier Association leads the way in Africa, says Association de la Sommellerie International...

6 Feb 2019

Western Cape wine tourism grows by 16%, lesser known wine routes enjoy increased popularity
Western Cape wine tourism grows by 16%, lesser known wine routes enjoy increased popularityArticle

The 2017 Wine & Food Tourism Study showed that wine tourism in the Western Cape has grown by 16% between 2016 and 2017 and tour operators indicate that 99% of Cape Town-based itineraries include a trip to the Winelands...

14 Mar 2018

From wine to whales, what to do in three days in Hermanus
From wine to whales, what to do in three days in HermanusArticle

Heritage Day falls on a Sunday, which means you get the Monday off, so if you want to get full relaxation out of your downtime, then South Africa's smaller towns come highly recommended.

Avukile Mabombo 21 Sep 2017

L to R: Suzaan Potgieter (Die Burger Landbou), Lisa Lottering (Landbouweekblad), Sheryl Faure (Wine.co.za), Hugo Lochner (FarmBiz), Anel Andrag (Winetech), Prof Gerhard Pietersen (University of Pretoria and the ARC Pretoria), JC Martin (owner Creation Wines), Nico Spreeth (Vititec), Conrad Schutte (VinPro) and Reinier Louw (Vititec)
SA making strides in leafroll virus managementArticle

The South African wine industry has made great strides to halt the spread of leafroll virus which poses a major threat to wine grape producers...

16 May 2017

Top 10 wine farms for foodies
Top 10 wine farms for foodiesArticle

Cape Town's culinary culture is alive and booming! The vibrant Mother City recently won first place in Conde Nast Travelers Best Food Cities in the World 2016 and is spoiled for choice when it comes to great wines as it's surrounded by award-winning wine estates.

Brittany Hawkins 19 Apr 2017

Cape Wine Auction to support education
Cape Wine Auction to support educationArticle

Eugene Yiga spoke to Andi Norton, who coordinates the beneficiaries of The Cape Wine Auction, to find out about the upcoming event which takes place on 10 and 11 February at the Anthonij Rupert Wine Estate in Franschhoek.

Eugene Yiga 8 Feb 2017

Awards and recognition for Bouchard Finlayson
Awards and recognition for Bouchard FinlaysonArticle

The Hemel-en-Aarde winery Bouchard Finlayson has won a host of awards and accolades for its vintages recently...

31 May 2016

#WeeklyWineWrap: World's first wine inspired by brain activity analysis produced in SA
#WeeklyWineWrap: World's first wine inspired by brain activity analysis produced in SAArticle

South Africa's sought-after vintages, producers and sommeliers have been making news around the globe again this week. And get this - a group of forward-thinking scientists are now using neuromarketing techniques and technologies to explore the subconscious...

Anna-Bet Stemmet 25 Apr 2016

There's more to 'sea' than whales in Hermanus
There's more to 'sea' than whales in HermanusArticle

The seaside village of Hermanus will be celebrating the 24th Annual Hermanus Whale Festival from 2-4 October 2015, but there's much more to see...

Evan-Lee Courie 28 Sep 2015

Picking the right high-flying wine
Picking the right high-flying wineArticle

Master of Wine and general manager of Castelnau Wine Agencies, Keith Isaac has been consulting with British Airways on its wine programme...

7 Aug 2015

Bouchard Finlayson excels at SAWi Awards
Bouchard Finlayson excels at SAWi AwardsArticle

Bouchard Finlayson, the South African boutique winery owned by the Tollman family, has won five awards at the 2015 South African Wine Index (SAWi) awards...

24 Jun 2015

Holiday and retirement home buyers make their way to Hermanus
Holiday and retirement home buyers make their way to HermanusArticle

Aside from local buyers trading up and down, holiday makers and retirees have been making their way back to the Hermanus Whale Coast, and not only to go whale watching...

9 Jul 2014

New summer white wines from Bouchard Finlayson
New summer white wines from Bouchard FinlaysonArticle

Bouchard Finlayson has released four 2013 whites for summer drinking.

7 Feb 2014

Five-star record in Platter's 2014 guide
Five-star record in Platter's 2014 guideArticle

Platter's South African Wine Guide has chosen a remarkable 80 wines to be awarded the highest honour of five stars in the 34th edition of the guide, which is up from 62 in the last edition.

11 Nov 2013

Take a creative wine safari
Take a creative wine safariArticle

With the burgeoning of new South African wine estates, in recent years, the job to differentiate one label from the next has become increasingly difficult. So...

Brian Berkman: contributing editor, travel 12 Mar 2012

SA does well at Decanter Wine Awards
SA does well at Decanter Wine AwardsArticle

The Decanter Award results, announced Tuesday, 18 May 2010, at the London International Wine fair saw South Africa gain nine trophies, 15 gold, 62 silver, and over 170 bronze medals.

20 May 2010

Flagship wine triumphs with top John Platter award
Flagship wine triumphs with top John Platter awardArticle

Bouchard Finlayson's 2005 Tête de Cuvée Galpin Peak Pinot noir has been selected out of over 6000 wines to receive the prestigious and esteemed John Platter ‘Wine of the Year 2008' award.

15 Nov 2007

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