South Africa’s granddaddy of wine routes, the Stellenbosch American Express® Wine Routes, has launched a new blog – StellenBlog – as part of its dynamic marketing campaign.
Despite global economic challenges, international tourism results were well above expectations, with an additional 52 million international tourists travelling the world in 2013.
South Africa’s first and foremost wine destination, the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, has embarked on a dynamic wine tourism marketing initiative – the Stellenbosch Wine Experience. The aim is to position Stellenbosch as the leading wine tourism destination in Africa, and amongst the top in the world.
I thought we should kick off 2014 with a look at some of the big trends that will impact the world of travel this year, as identified by Skift.
The popular Street Soirees returns to Stellenbosch in January to celebrate the start of the 2014 harvest.
Clos Malverne, on the Stellenbosch Wine Routes, has unveiled its maiden Méthode Cap Classique – Ellie 2011 – just in time for the festive season.
South Africa ranks under the world’s top foodie destinations when it comes to quality, innovation and diversity. This, coupled with our country’s warm hospitality, is what the newly launched Food Routes platform will showcase.
Stellenbosch reaffirmed its status as the ‘Gourmet Capital of South Africa’ by wiping the floor at the 2013 Eat Out DStv Food Network Restaurant Awards with no less than four winners amongst the enviable Top 10 eateries in the country from the Stellenbosch Wine Routes.