We visit Greyton regularly but have never made it up to Lismore; partly because anecdotal evidence suggested that our small car would not “make” it up the road.  Note to

A cosy Friday winter evening at a wine farm in Stellenbosch was just what we needed after the miserable winter weather that hit Cape Town last week.  The folks at

A torii is a traditional Japanese gate most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the

We love the slow upgrade of Bree Street; especially the added meal options available over lunch time.  Inside & You’re Out is the new kid on the block; burgers are

What do you do when you suddenly find yourself sitting on more than a few bottles of local Grenache?  Plan a Grenache tasting and buy some more, of course! The

The genius that is Chef George Jardine has been operating quietly under the populist culinary radar at Jordan Restaurant ever since he moved his operation to the Stellenbosch Estate.  His

We came across the Curator’s Collection from Glen Carlou during our detrimental-to-the-liver December vacation when we tasted the 2013 Chenin Blanc and when the opportunity arose to taste the whole range,

Jordan Wine Estate, best known for their excellent range of wines, recently unveiled their beautiful suites to the public. The best word to describe it, would simply be “luxury”. We

This weekend we had the unexpected pleasure of discovering a culinary treasure in McGregor called Karoux.  Small, sleepy towns off the beaten path are not usually renowned for their culinary marvels, no

Jordan Wine Estate produces more than a few excellent wines and their Nine Yards Chardonnay is a firm favourite at Casa Batonage.  Their Barrel Fermented Chenin Blanc always offers a