Tim Martin Wines (TMW)

Tim Martin Wines (TMW)

What happens when a guy ducks the London finance world, gets hooked on wine in Burgundy, then heads home to South Africa to make minimal intervention wines in a refurbished factory in Salt River? Well played Tim Martin! The Qaisar 2014 and Chad 2014, a Swartland...
Friday Wine Mission: Reyneke Wines

Friday Wine Mission: Reyneke Wines

Organic and biodynamic wine tends to get quite a bad rap, largely because the meaning of it is somewhat misunderstood. Technically, organic wine is made from grapes grown in accordance with principles of organic farming – no artificial chemical fertilizers,...
Brosé  Night

Brosé Night

Pink drinks: generally not the go-to choice for most serious wine drinkers (especially the men). In general, rosé has garnered a poor reputation from the sea of sweet, character-less wines that flood the lower end of the market But we challenge the preconceived...
Q&A with Marc Osstyn

Q&A with Marc Osstyn

We’re starting a new series on Open Palate, honouring the barmen (and women) for the work they do. Friendly faces, a passion for local wine and hard workers, they keep the bar in tip-top form. To kick things off, we speak to the Aussie, Maaaaarc, the kindest and...
SPIOENKOP NIGHT

SPIOENKOP NIGHT

We are excited to host an exclusive tasting with winemaker and proprietor Koen Roose of Spioenkop Wines, Elgin. Koen’s vision is to produce elegant wines with a unique, even wild flavour profile – squeaky clean is not for him. Just the way we like it....
Cape Wine 2015

Cape Wine 2015

Taking place every three years, Cape Wine is a chance for trade visitors and journalists from around the world to meet South Africa’s wines and winemakers. It’s a huge industry gathering and the best opportunity to showcase the jump in South African wine quality...
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