You don’t need to head to Champagne for the best in Sparkling Wine. Simonsig Wines make the bold bubbly case. Here’s why MCCs like the Kaapse Vonkel range are Must-Haves…
Sign of the Wines: Two South African Wines Worth Your Time
Relatively easy to find, and even easier to enjoy: The Radford Dale wines, as well as Jordan Wines Timepiece selection, make a case for high quality South African wines for every drinking occasion…
20 Wines Under $20: Proudly South African & Good?
South Africa is abundant with delectable and relatively inexpensive wine choices from our esteemed and storied wine country.
Here’s a list of 20 wines produced in South Africa, for $20 or less…currency-willing!
Culinary Quest: GINJA Restaurant
Is GINJA Restaurant your next reasonable stop-in at the Waterfront – for food, vino, or even views?
Check out why any hungry foodie, travelling hoard, couple, or family, should choose to dine at this Newmark Hotels restaurant in the Cape…
Cocktails in the City: Exploring Cape Neighbourhoods by Drink – Part I
From Experiential Cocktail kitchens, to Rooftops overlooking incredible vistas, start exploring the neighbourhoods I’m travelling in my own city.
Oh! And we’re travelling by drink…
Stylish Safe Stay: The Onyx Hotel
As the winter season enters the Cape, I look at the perks of a Winter Staycation in the heart of the Mother City – from signature cocktails, to tours into the Winelands.
This is another Stylish Safe Stay to try…
Cocktails in the City: Signature Summer Sips at Radisson Blu Tobago’s Terrace
My energy drink this summer, is resoundingly Radisson Blu Tobago’s Terrace smooth Ocean View Sunset cocktail…but I’m brunching here for more than just interesting cocktails!
Solo Winter: Does a century of Winemaking make Alto Wines idyllic for Wine Tasting?
If it is not the full-bodied red wines which bring you to the Alto Wine Estate, it may be the Alto property sitting spread across Helderberg Mountains shoulders, which draws you in.
Paris Foodie Escapades: La Place Review
Spacious intimacy, gastronomy, Michelin ratings, and memories of Paris – in this write-up, I remember the Eiffel, rockstar chefs, good food, and great company…and muse on my travel traumas a bit!
Tuning the Vine – #InnerCityWineRoute
It began with a conversation between my magazine editor and I. I have yet to acquire a taste for wine, but her niggling me, and my lack of anything at all to do that night led to us hightailing it to an event known as ‘Tuning the Vine‘. Okay, so basically what happens is this…