Malu Lambert: Interview with Miles Mossop of Miles Mossop Wines

“I’ve never worked anywhere else,” says Miles Mossop. After nearly two decades of steering Tokara’s ship into award-winning wine territory, he’s soon to be sailing solo with Miles Mossop Wines. Though these things don’t happen quickly: there’s 18 years of minutiae on Tokara’s wines and vineyards stored in his mind that he needs to share […]

July 5, 2017
by Malu Lambert
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Video: Patatsfontein

Check out this video featuring Patatsfontein, the single-vineyard Montagu Chenin Blanc as made by Reenan Borman and the rest of the Ronnie B Wines team. Made by the husband-and-wife team at Allthewine.net. Please let us have your comments and feel free to share.

July 5, 2017
by Christian
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Tim James: Bursting Bubbles – book review

More years ago than I like to remember, to celebrate my 21st birthday, I bought half a dozen bottles of a local sparkling wine called Here XVII Souverein. It’s not that I haven’t had a party or two since then, but I think I can honestly say that that was the last time I actually […]

July 3, 2017
by Christian
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Michael Fridjhon: Stellenbosch Cabernet Sauvignon – not waving but drowning

  Before the 20 or so producers who participated in the Stellenbosch Cabernet jamboree in Johannesburg earlier this month do themselves an injury by prolonged mutual back-thumping, they would do well to ask themselves if the undoubtedly successful event was not too little, too late. Roughly 150 guests each paid almost R1000 to attend an […]

June 28, 2017
by Michael Fridjhon
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Tim James: On Port and the joys of travel

At the risk of sounding really stupid (”what did this guy think?!”) – it’s taken my first trip to the Douro region of Portugal to properly realise how tiny is the Cape’s “port” category. Smaller, of course, than it used to be back in the old days when the KWV was making vast quantities of […]

June 26, 2017
by Christian
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Chenin Blanc – when too much of a good thing is a bad thing

Volumes of the Old Bush Vines Chenin Blanc 2016 from Darling Cellars which won the Harold Eedes Trophy for best in class at this year’s Old Mutual Trophy Wine Show are small, 1 642 bottles to be precise. From 38 and 39 year old vineyards, winemaker Pieter-Niel Rossouw tells me he was compelled to make […]

June 21, 2017
by Christian
with 2 Comments

Marthélize Tredoux: How well are hashtags being used in wine social media?

The humble hashtag – affectionately remembered by some as the number or pound sign – has successfully infiltrated just about every online social space (fun fact: the symbol itself is actually called an octothorpe – isn’t that catchy?). If you’re somehow completely unfamiliar with what a hashtag is or what it does, just know that […]

June 19, 2017
by Marthelize Tredoux
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Tim James: Kloovenburg on the up

Larger wineries are important to the stability and continuity of a region. Much of the excitement of Swartland wine this century has been generated by young winemakers buying in grapes – but mostly without owning their own land, and often enough without their own cellars. This is changing to an extent, as the revolution matures, […]

June 19, 2017
by Tim James
with 0 Comments
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