Distell appoints new head winemaker

Cellar-master at Nederburg since 2015, Andrea Freeborough will be leaving her position at the Paarl winery to take up her new role in overseeing the production of SA’s largest wine portfolio.

On fighting dragons

Longridge Wine Estate is hosting a series of talks on cancer: what you were never told and what you need to know.

A toast to a century of winemaking heritage

We spent the afternoon at Alto Wine Estate yesterday as they celebrated 100 years of winemaking and found out more about the proud story of a Stellenbosch champion and the people who have made it so.

Things to do this weekend: 10 to 12 May 2019

Get the energy flowing and explore some of the most untouched areas of the Overberg at the Weekend Warrior Trail Run, try your hand at wine making and catch SU’s world-class choir in their first performance of the season.

Jan comes home

And he’s launching an incredible project that celebrates the unexplored culinary territory of the vast Kalahari.

Where to eat this Mother’s Day

With hundreds of great options to choose from in the Winelands, picking the perfect place for an unforgettable family get-together with mom can be daunting, so we’ve narrowed it down to a few of our favourites.

Sips of the season

Life is too short to drink mediocre wine, so we’ve taken the time to round up the best releases from in and around the Winelands for you to indulge in this winter.

Things to do this weekend: 3 to 5 May 2019

Grab some top tier savoury delights at the Riebeek Valley Olive Festival, make a toast to Sauvignon Blanc Day at Jordan Wine Estate, get some fresh air with stunning views on a brand new trail at the Jonkershoek Trail Run and much more!

Photography: Seeing in the dark

Stellenbosch photographer Daniel Naude reveals to Richard Holmes how a dog set in motion a successful career that makes an art form of photography.

Talk of the Town

The 2019  harvest surprises in terms of quality and volume, Second Chance is making use of the Wild Clover’s horses to connect with disadvantaged and challenged children and Stellenbosch Wine Routes shifts it’s focus to the global stage.