Bocca is the latest restaurant opened by restauranteur & sommelier, Neil Grant.  Sister to the successful Burrata at the Woodstock Biscuit Mill, Bocca is situated in the Cape Town CBD

The name is quite a mouthful; wait until you get to the blend makeup: Shiraz (75%), Cinsault (12%), Tinta Barocca, Grenache and Mourvedre. The wine itself is even bigger, yet

This is our go-to wine this summer. The 64% old vine Semillon (from Franschhoek) is the key factor here: Delivering a backbone of immence class, deepening layers of lime and a

We visited the restaurant at Mo & Rose in March of 2013, as guests of the Robertson Wine Valley and we were so impressed that we vowed to spend more

The history of wine at the Vineyard Hotel started in 1658 – when Jan van Riebeeck planted a large vineyard along the Liesbeeck River.  The hotel pays tribute to this

Julien Schaal has released a new Chardonnay, aptly named “Evidence”.  Having done his 1st vintage in SA with Bouchard Finlayson in 2003, he returned every year, splitting his time between

The last day of the year arrived and with it an evening spent with good friends and even better wine.  Some thought had to go into wine pairing as curry

The arrival of friends who are quite possibly bigger fans than us of the quality to value ratio that Vondeling brings to the table  gave us an excuse for a

Chamonix must be doing something right – all 3 of us “wino” couples had a bottle of Chamonix Reserve Chardonnay in their arsenal when we arrived in Greyton. Current release

We did it! Survived the inevitable post-overindulging haze to do it all over again. The start of the Boxing Day Test necessitated the first Gin & Tonic of the holiday