From smokey guava BBQ-glazed skaapstertjies to citrus-cured snoek paté and the classic Beef Wellington… these gourmet meals are yours to make at home, thanks to recipe cards made by Lanzerac’s executive chef, Stephan Fraser.
A visit to Tengile River Lodge in midsummer brought excitement aplenty for RICHARD HOLMES, but a winter visit, too, he reckons, would allow him to appreciate fully the luxurious comforts of this new lodge.
Spoil yourself, your friends, your partner or colleague at this up-market event with well-known TV personality and presenter, Aleit Swanepoel & acclaimed make-up artist, Alicia Buckle.
Bubbles & Bliss 2019 will take place at the newly renovated Bakenhof Wineland venue on the 10th of August 2019 – an extended celebration of Women’s Day on the 9th of August 2019.
Try exciting new gourmet soups at Spier’s Tasting Room, grab some friends for a few icy brews at the Winterfest Beer Festival, and run off the week’s worries at the Stellies Shakeout, this weekend in the Winelands offers an exciting mix of events, activities and happenings to enjoy.
Seasoned, award-winning winemaker Lizelle Gerber is joining Nederburg Wines in Paarl as its new cellar-master, from 1 August.
The Stellenbosch region dominated the awards once again, with 20 of the 29 top wines hailing from the district and also produced seven of the top 10 wines poured for the panel.
Take a look at our top choices for your weekend calender.
Snug in the upper Blaauwklippen Valley, Mont Angelis Retreat is a haven of peace and luxury, offering discerning guests nine spacious and individually designed self-catering cottages on a wine farm.
The historic Franschhoek Huguenot Monument is the place to be for this two-day event, which takes place over the weekend of 13 and 14 July.
MARGUERITE VAN WYK speaks to Stellenbosch architect Rick Stander about inspiration and some highlights and challenges in his career.
Longridge Wine Estate is hosting a series of talks on cancer: what you were never told and what you need to know.
Stellenbosch estate sets the trend for Pinotage expression.
Paul Roos old boy and piano “wunderkind”, who recently ended top of his class in his final year at the Royal College of Music in London, pianist Roelof Temmingh is still a Stellenbosch boy at heart.
There is an exciting variety of different events and happenings to enjoy in our list of things to do this weekend.
“The biggest untapped source of energy today is our youth. I am from an age of consumerism, but my two daughters are young enough to change the way their generation thinks.”
Tchaikovsky Competition Silver Medal Laureate en Route to Stellenbosch International Chamber Music Festival.
Stellenbosch Wine Routes’ Michael Ratcliffe, chef Bertus Basson and chef George Jardine are facilitating hospitality training to the community.
Members of the public are invited to take advantage of this special opportunity for one-on-one consultations with specialists and discover the market value of their art and antiques.
Swap your old clothes for selected Jordan wines from 6 May 2019 until the end of August, or until stocks last.