Recipe: Tofu, tat soi and shimeji mushroom stir-fry

Delicious served with steamed rice. Serves 4 Ingredients: 3 tbsp (45ml) sunflower oil 400g tofu, drained and patted dry with absorbent paper 60g shimeji mushrooms, cleaned ¼ cup (60ml) ginger, finely chopped 2 tsp (10ml) sesame seed oil 3 tbsp (45ml) soy sauce 3 tbsp (45ml) sweet chilli sauce squeeze of lemon 200g tat soi, […]

September 5, 2017
by Christian
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David Clarke: How restaurants can improve their year-round wine offering

With more and more of the top wines in South Africa moving to annual releases of “take-it or leave-it” allocations it is very useful to have a “war chest” of funds available to be sure of not missing out when the wines are released. In my previous life as a head sommelier in Melbourne I […]

September 4, 2017
by David Clarke
with 1 Comment

BLANKBottle Orbitofrontal Cortex 2016

Pieter Walser, winner of the Grand Prix at the Wine Label Design Awards 2015, has always eschewed conventional means of marketing his wines relying on QR codes and the Internet to tell his story and then trusting in word-of-mouth recommendations but now says that his business has grown to such an extent that you may […]

September 4, 2017
by Christian
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Tim James: On the Mullineux single terroir wines

The currently available Mullineux 2015 Syrah is surely – and I’m not the only one of this opinion – the best ever of this label. Incidentally, the first Mullineux Syrah (made at Reyneke, where Chris and Andrea were at the time making the wines) was 2008, which means that they could now offer a ten-year […]

September 4, 2017
by Tim James
with 3 Comments

2017 CWG Auction Wines rated

The 33rd Nedbank Cape Winemakers Guild Auction takes place at the Spier Conference Centre, Stellenbosch on Saturday, 30 September. There are 61 wines on offer and I attended a blind tasting held for the media yesterday. Ratings as follows: 95 Adi Badenhorst and Duncan Savage Love Boat Red 2016 W.O. Swartland. 65% Shiraz, 27% Grenache, […]

September 1, 2017
by Christian
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Marthélize Tredoux: Some skepticism about “influencers”

Plunged into doing a bit of research on how digital marketing is being used in wine, I keep coming across a word that is slowly but thoroughly driving me nutty: “Influencer”. Not a new term, but the more I delve into it, the more I believe that it is a concept either hopelessly misunderstood or […]

September 1, 2017
by Marthelize Tredoux
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Top five wines of August 2017

Here are our five most highly rated current-release wines of last month: Raats Eden Cabernet Franc 2015 – 97 (read original review here) Sadie Family Wines The Old Vine Series Skurfberg 2016 – 96 (read original review here) B Vintners Haarlem to Hope 2016 – 95 (read original review here) Raats Eden Chenin Blanc 2015 […]

September 1, 2017
by Christian
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Nitida wins Sylvain barrel

Best wine overall in the fifth annual Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon Blend/Wooded Sauvignon Blanc Report was the Nitida Coronata Integration 2016 and the prize for producing this a new 225-litre Sylvain Blanc barrel worth €805 (equivalent to R12 430 at the current exchange rate). Here Winemag.co.za editor Christian Eedes can be seen with Nitida owner Bernhard Veller […]

August 31, 2017
by Christian
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