Suffering from lockdown blues and chomping at the bit to explore your ‘neighbourhood’? Franschhoek’s Mystery Weekends – an all-inclusive winelands weekend getaway – is guaranteed to curb any lockdown cabin fever. Now that leisure travel has resumed this is the perfect excuse to treat yourself to a weekend of surprise, relaxation and pure indulgence, with the added attraction that your entire weekend is taken care of without you having to book for anything.
TIM ATKIN MW RELEASES HIS 2020 SOUTH AFRICA REPORT, SAYING “THE CAPE IS FACING ITS BIGGEST CHALLENGE SINCE PHYLLOXERA”
By now you are surely craving Middelvlei’s popular Boerebraai lunches, wondering when the next time will be that you get to tuck into a juicy lamb chop or the freshly baked potbrood. Hopefully soon you’ll get to enjoy these tasty treats again, but for now the team will be tickling your taste buds with their alternate delicious offering.
Finesse is one of five Chardonnays made by De Wetshof Estate in Robertson, a pioneering South African Chardonnay producer. The 2019 vintage of this wine marks the 30th anniversary of Finesse, which De Wetshof owner Danie de Wet introduced into the market in 1989 aimed at consumers preferring a lightly-wooded Chardonnay.
Get 10% off your online order and stand a chance to win a FREE caseStellenbosch Hills might be ramping up your next birthday fiesta as it celebrates its own 75-year milestone this year. Order wine via the Stellenbosch Hills website during LEVELS 4 & 3 of lockdown and you stand a chance to win six FREE bottles in your birthday month.
A new rosé has been unveiled by Zandvliet Wine Estate, the home of Shiraz in the famed Robertson Valley of Roses. Captivating and chic, the Zandvliet Shiraz Rosé has a depth of flavour to be expected from masterly-crafted wine.
Release marks 10th harvest milestone for winemaker
Celebrated Helderberg wine estate Waterkloof has drawn back the curtains on the latest creation in its Circumstance range for premier, site-specific wines to reveal the Cape Coral 2019 Mourvèdre Rosé. For winemaker Nadia Barnard-Langenegger, the release is especially poignant – it marks her 10th anniversary harvest at Waterkloof.