Murray Barlow of Rustenberg is the Young Winemaker of the Year once again, this time with three red wines in the final six. By Pia Briscoe
When the right food and wine pairing is a prerequisite just to be considered for the country’s premier culinary awards, you’d imagine that the ultimate winners would offer an unforgettable dining experience. You’d be right. By Alan Cooper
A nature lover with a knack for creating elegant wine, Pierre Wahl of Rijk’s Private Cellar in Tulbagh is the 2016 Diners Club Winemaker of the Year. By Jayne Nankivell
Ilze Hugo finds out why craft beer isn’t just for hipsters
Joanne Gibson chats to the dynamic duo behind La Colombe’s soaring success
Forget about flat whites, skinny lattes, or espresso macchiatos, there’s a new contender on the coffee scene, says Ilze Hugo
Passionate, talented and bubbling with can-do attitude, these runners-up in the Diners Club Young Winemaker of the Year competition are making waves in the South African wine scene.
Is a R1 000 bottle of wine really 10 times better than a R100 bottle? Ken Forrester’s latest Chenin offering prompts Joanne Gibson to take a look at luxury wine pricing.