Snap up some rare vintages at the Cape Winemakers Guild Auction, see the gentle giants of the deep at Hermanus Whale Festival or be transported by the heartwarming stylings of renowned band Watershed live at Case Cerveza.
A handful of Stellenbosch Visio guests had the opportunity to discover the new Range Rover Sport and the wines of Waterford at an exclusive event on the estate.
Celebrates significant climb from last year’s spot in Times Higher Education rankings.
A chat with convenor Margi Biggs: a person of passion, persuasion and pragmatism.
An exclusive shopping experience at The Mill Shed, Woodmill, in the heart of the Winelands.
MARGUERITE VAN WYK asks Sumari Krige of La Grange Interiors about her latest project: giving the stylish private wine estate in Devon Valley, Stellenbosch, a new look.
EMILE JOUBERT learns from the Le Riche family what it means for them (and for South African wine) to be synonymous with cabernet sauvignon.
The highly anticipated fourth chapter of the second cycle of the Amouage narrative.
Show-goers impressed with an exhibition dedicated to the “art of stacking” in the Cartier Lounge.
Get ready for the world’s biggest cross-country obstacle race on 13 October 2018 to be hosted in Paarl.
Stellenbosch University (SU) is gearing up for its first ever 24 hour Campus Giving Day.
Sophisticated bottled water harvested from the Stellenbosch air has been launched in the Cape Town market.
The 326-year old estate will be re-launching it’s hotel and spa by showcasing a wide selection of unique dishes from each of its dining venues on 24 September.
Kanonkop Paul Sauer 2015 is the first South African wine to receive 100pts in the annual report by respected British wine judge.
SWR gathered the who’s-who of the local wine industry at De Warenmarkt to commemorate the start of Cape Wine 2018.
“One student that goes hungry at Stellenbosch University is one too many.”
With 6,700 litres of wine sold at the 44th Nederburg Auction, it was clearly evident that not even the welcome rain would keep bidders away.
Pack away the Winter blues and embrace Spring in all its finery at this year’s Franschhoek Uncorked Festival.
A South African teen tennis star returns from the States to heal her injuries, Cloetesville gets a new skateboard park and SA’s top chenin blancs come of age.
At long last spring is here and the sun is shining, so it’s time to dust off your nature gear and get out there on foot, on horseback or on a Scootour.