This month, ALWYN VAN DER MERWE gets an exclusive look at one of his favourite cabernets.
Friday 24th May 2018 is International Chardonnay Day, here are some of our favourite vintages to help you celebrate.
Get a load of this week’s hottest happenings and you’ll be begging for another weekend by Sunday.
Debate over proposed reconstruction of the R44 continues, concerns over accidents at the Frankie’s Corner Store intersection and the biggest bonsai collection in the southern hemisphere.
From cabernet carnivals to literary festivals to MTB classes, this weekend has tons of things to go out and experience.
A highlight on the annual Franschhoek Wine Valley calendar makes for the ideal late autumn outing.
A carefully curated menu of quintessential Italian dishes will be served at Anthonij Rupert estate this winter.
Also awarded ‘Red Wine of the Year’ in the 2018 edition of Platter’s.
Art Eye Gallery, in collaboration with Gaggenau, took invited guests on a journey of the senses that celebrated local talent in modern art and gastronomy.
Human-wildlife conflict is the main challenge facing Cape leopard survival.
Die Pebbles-projek het die afgelope 12 jaar ongelooflik baie vermag met die opleiding van sowel plaaskinders as hul ouers
Mother’s Day is approaching and this year brings us a number of choices and options to shower your Mum with love!
David Kramer’s production to tour France in June 2018.
Folllow us on Instagram and walk away with R2000 of the best coffee in town.
Fight off the winter chill in the most decadent way with hot drinking chocolate and fine brandy cocktails.
Get cosy at this popular feast of live jazz, wine and dip-licious cheese!
Classical performances to stimulate the intellect, warm the heart and soothe the senses!
Still unbeaten after this weekend’s clash with Paarl Gim, the Maroon Machine has been the top dog in school rugby all season.
It came as no surprise when Stellenbosch artist Christelle du Plessis announced that her very first art workshop would feature David Jon Kassan as lecturer, all 15 spots were snapped up months ahead of his visit.