by on 05.04.2017
In keeping with the growing global demand for culinary and wine tourism, South Africa recently put the spotlight on wine tourism to attract a greater share of foodie, wine and lifestyle travelers.
by on 09.03.2017
It is no secret that Cape Town has some of the best markets and we are really spoilt for choice. On top of that you can attend wine festivals all over the Western Cape throughout the year.
by on 06.12.2016
The fresh green lawns of Buitenverwachting Wine Estate is where you’ll find foodies and wine enthusiasts on Saturday, 25 February 2017 for the eigth annual Constantia Fresh Fine Wine & Food Festival.
by on 14.11.2016
Hermanus recently played host to five Cape Town athletes who came to test the waters and get a feel for the Walkerbay Xtreme (WBX) which will take place between 29 April and 1 May 2017.
by on 08.11.2016
Open Africa, a social enterprise, in partnership with tour company Tour2.0 have launched nine new tours that will take travellers into the heart and soul of South Africa to experience exciting adventures that have never before been available to visitors.
by on 07.11.2016
A more collaborative approach to the promotion of South Africa’s unique wine tourism offering and a new national wine tourism strategy is a step closer to being realised after The Business of Food and Wine Tourism Conference, which was recently held at Spier Wine Estate in Stellenbosch.
by on 02.11.2016
This year’s Pinotage on Tap festival was once again a highlight on the social calendar. With hundreds of guests, great weather, platters of delicious food and a non-stop free-flow of the much-loved Diemersfontein Chocolate Coffee Pinotage, the event lived up to the hype.
A lot of the South African wineries have impressive architecture, panoramic views of the valley and five star restaurants. They are all perfectly suited to take guests that you want to impress but there is one thing they lack – personality.