Africa’s first and only wine museum was recently inaugurated by renowned folklore storyteller Babylonstoren. A modern museum, the space details the origins, cultivation and culture behind mankind’s love affair with wine, while encouraging a contemporary narrative of its age-old traditions and social gravitas.
Ready to try something new? See what MIRANDI NEL has in her basket of ideas for autumn, from planning an escape to connecting with marine life and awe-inspiring art to aquarium explorations and an interesting take on the koeksister. Here’s five super things to do this autumn.
Make this weekend memorable with our line-up of top things to do: sit down for Boschendal’s brand-new culinary offering, make a day of it at Blaauwklippen Vineyards’ family market, and visit the Rupert Museum in the heart of Stellenbosch for a sophisticated art injection.
Announcing the first 20 participating artists for the inaugural edition of the Stellenbosch Triennale, taking place from 11 February to 30 April 2020 at various destinations in Stellenbosch.
Bid farewell to the winter blues and swing right into spring by soaking up the pleasures of being outdoors, raising your glass to our national wine (even running for it), celebrating our heritage at the annual e’Bosch festival in Stellenbosch and sampling delicious teas and picnics. Mirandi Nel shares some inspiration.
This weekend sees the biggest art exhibition in Africa held in over a decade, the first-lady of SA blues/rock Andra makes her debut at Balboa Balcony Bar, learn how to swing dance in just a day and sweat off the winter rust at the Riebeek MTB and Trail Run.