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We cover everything to do with South African fine wine. Wine magazine was published from October 1993 until September 2011 and now lives on in digital form as Winemag.co.za with 21 700 users and over 73 000 page impressions per month.

Our content appeals to a discerning audience of wine enthusiasts who appreciate the finer things in life. We also have a significant following within the wine industry. If you want to reach either group, we would be glad to discuss how we could become your media partner.

The following digital advertising options are available:

WEBSITE BANNER ADS
MPU | Box Ad – Specs: 300x 250, RGB, 72dpi
19 121 Unique Users
R3 500 per month (min 15 000 impressions)

FORTNIGHTLY NEWSLETTER
MPU | Box Ad
3 400+ subscribers
R1 800 per send

SOCIAL-TORIALS
Images and copy
Boosted Facebook Post + 3x Twitter posts + 3x Instgram posts
14 500+ Facebook followers
10 000+ Twitter followers
1 400+ Instagram followers
R1 950 per campaign

To download a rate cardclick here.

To advertise with us, please contact business director:
Jacqueline Lahoud
jax@winemag.co.za
+27 83 654 7721
@JaxLahoud

WINEMAG RATING STICKERS
Wine bottle stickers featuring ratings on the 100-point quality scale are available here for sale at R340 per roll of 1 000 stickers.

CATEGORY REPORTS
Winemag.co.za convenes panel tastings throughout the year in order to generate the in-depth category reports. These are as follows:

February:         Alternative Varieties Report
March:             Rotolabel Wine Label Design Awards
April:               10-Year-Old Wine Report
May:                Prescient Cabernet Sauvignon Report
May:                Merlot Report (Taransaud)
June:               Cape Bordeaux Red Blend Report (Sylvain)
July:                Signature Red Blend Report
August:            Sweet Wine Report
September:      Tonnellerie Saint Martin Pinot Noir Report
October:           Prescient Chardonnay Report
November:       Sauv-Semillon Blend & Wooded Sauvignon Blanc Report (Sylvain)
December:       Chenin Blanc and Cape White Blends Report

These reports are essential reading for wine lovers and industry – please inquire if you see value in taking ownership of those not already sponsored.