Wine Judging Academy 2018: Applications open

Leading wine critic Michael Fridjhon will again be running his wine judging academy from Thursday 5 April to Saturday 7 April next year at the Cullinan Hotel in Cape Town. The cost for the course is R8 795.00 per person inclusive of VAT, all meals, accommodation and course materials. Applications close on 15 December 2017. […]

November 16, 2017
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Wine Judging Academy 2017: Applications open

Leading wine critic Michael Fridjhon will again be running his wine judging academy from Sunday 26 March to Tuesday 28 March next year at the Grande Roche hotel in Paarl. The cost for the course is R8 295.00 per person inclusive of VAT, all meals, accommodation and course materials. Applications close on 13 January 2017. […]

December 14, 2016
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Wine Judging Academy 2013

Started in 2007, and now run by leading wine critic Michael Fridjhon in conjunction with the Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, the objective of the Wine Judging Academy is to help bring about an increase the number of competent wine judges at work in the industry. Interested parties are invited to make […]

November 5, 2012
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Cape Point Vineyards Isliedh 2005

The fifth annual Wine Judging Academy run by Wine magazine in conjunction with leading wine critic Michael Fridjhon was held this past weekend, its aim since inception being to help raise the standard of local wine judging. During a module presented by international guest lecturer Peter McCombie MW, the Cape Point Vineyards Isliedh 2005 was […]

January 25, 2011
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Cape Point Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc 2004

The Wine Judging Academy convened by WINE magazine and Michael Fridjhon was privileged enough in its first two years of existence to attract the services of the late Bill Baker, UK wine merchant by trade and devotee of the good life by nature. He had a wonderful expression for wines that he particularly liked, describing […]

June 26, 2010
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Absolutism and relativism in SA wine

Wine writer Neil Pendock has once again posed some provocative questions concerning the state of the South African wine criticism  in two of his recent columns (see “Are SA wines really getting better?” and “Is wine appreciation generationally dependent?”). Pendock seems to be advancing a postmodernist perspective by rejecting the notion of progress (specifically he […]

June 18, 2010
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