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Into the forest at Vergelegen

At leafy Vergelegen, autumn brims with possibilities. While embracing an earthier palette, ensembles echo both femininity and female prowess with feathers, leather, raw silk, luxurious handmade jewellery and, of course, a dash of sparkle. By Arnold Ras

Waterford Estate’s best welcome

Known for its idyllic landscapes, picturesque mountain views and an extensive range of acclaimed wines, Waterford Estate can now also boast the title of Best Cellar Door Experience. Arnold Ras talked to the estate’s cellar master and managing partner, Kevin Arnold, after the announcement by Tim Atkin’s 2021 South Africa report.

ARC celebrates ageless beauty with GUERLAIN and style icon Jackie Burger

ARC, South Africa’s latest beauty destination, recently teamed up with skincare and perfume giant GUERLAIN in celebration of individuality, uniqueness and ageless beauty. Style icon and guest speaker Jackie Burger shared her thoughts on the theme of beauty during a salonnière dinner at Franschhoek estate Haute Cabrière.

LG: Must-watch entertainment this festive season

It’s that time of the year again where we can put up the Christmas lights and spend some quality time with the family. And what better way to bring your loved ones together this holiday than watching some upcoming releases and ultimate classics?

Celebrate the holidays with nine days of festive spoils

Nine days, nine incredible prizes. Yes, in celebration of all things festive and joyous, Stellenbosch Visio is all about sharing the dream this December. Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram where our NINE DAYS OF FESTIVE SPOILS competition will run from 6 to 17 December. Want to know what’s up for grabs?

Three giants of South African wine

Stellenbosch’s famous De Warenmarkt has presented many legendary wine events, but few will argue that the occasion hosted in November this year will go down as one of the most auspicious happenings seen in the Cape Winelands in a long time.

Paul du Toit whispers to the soul with “Modern Primitive”

When artist Paul du Toit (1965-2014) discovered a material called concrete canvas, he was able to transform his heavily textured paintings into sculptures on a grand scale. Until 21 November 2021, 13 of Paul’s groundbreaking pieces will be exhibited by IS Sculpture at Tokara Wine Estate’s delicatessen in Stellenbosch.