Gratitude Jazz Sunday
by Editor on 14 March 2019
Celebrate your love for jazz by joining us for another Gratitude Jazz Sunday experience which promises to be quite a treat. Sunday, 31 March, 13:30 till 17:30 Flamigo shopping centre, Modderfontein Space is limited so book today by calling 010 786 1691
Decorex Durban promises a creative feast of flavour for discerning foodies
by Editor on 05 March 2019
To truly appreciate the latest décor trends and styles, visitors to Decorex Durban will be treated to a wide range of foodie features to ensure all senses are completely satisfied. Taking place at the Durban Exhibition Centre from 21 to 24 March, Decorex Durban has announced a mouth-watering line-up of food demonstrations, beautifully-curated dining stations and a number of taste-enhancing bars that have been wor...
Constantia Glen - A timeless vision
by Editor on 28 February 2019
Constantia Glen - A timeless vision The evocative journey spanning over 140 years of Constantia Glen, a jewel in the crown of South Africa’s oldest wine region, has been chronicled in a beautiful coffee table book. Constantia Glen – A timeless vision captures the life and times of this boutique wine estate through its turbulent early history and eventual transformation from forest land into one of the Cape’...
Discover complimentary mystery tastes at Catharina’s Restaurant
by Editor on 19 February 2019
Discover complimentary mystery tastes at Catharina’s Restaurant Discover unexpected tastes and let Steenberg Executive Chef, Kerry Kilpin, take you on a mystery tour of exotic flavours and ingredients to excite your palate at Catharina’s Restaurant. Known for her love of adding a touch of Asian flair to her food, Chef Kerry has stepped up her sense of adventure a notch or two by delighting Catharina’s lunch...
5 reasons Decorex Durban is a massive boost for trade
by Editor on 13 February 2019
Setting the benchmark in décor, design and lifestyle exhibitions, Decorex Durban – running at Durban Exhibition Centre from 21 to 24 March 2019 – will once again provide the trade industry with inspirational products and design offerings that speak to the local market - with a trade-focused day on Friday, 22 March 2019. “The exhibitors at Decorex Durban have really embraced this year’s theme, ‘Design...
Heart-warming Valentine’s Day special at Fish Eagle Café
by Editor on 06 February 2019
Make this a truly memorable Valentine’s Day for that special person in your life by taking advantage of the incredible Valentine’s dinner special at Fish Eagle Café, based at Scottburgh’s Crocworld Conservation Centre. “At the heart of it, the perfect Valentine’s experience hinges on the meal and we have planned an incredible Valentine’s Day menu in the most sensational setting,” said Fish Eagle Ca...
Seventy reasons to enjoy Roodeberg in 2019
by Editor on 23 January 2019
Seventy reasons to enjoy Roodeberg in 2019 Roodeberg, the legendary red blend that has been bringing friends together the world over since 1949, celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. A true South African original that has stood the test of time, Roodeberg is the heart and soul of memorable get-togethers in the company of good friends. There are big plans afoot for 2019 so keep your eyes peeled and hop on bo...
Gratitude Jazz Sunday
by Editor on 21 January 2019
Gratitude Jazz Sunday Join us for live music and a beautiful view overlooking the lake. Sunday 27 January 2019 Bring your friends and family and come and have a good time. Shop 12 Flamingo Shopping Centre, Queen Street Modderfontein, Gauteng, South Africa 1609 Contact the restaurant 011 786 1691 #jazz #gratitude #EasySunday #FineDinning #jazzsunday
Franschhoek Summer Wines
by Editor on 15 January 2019
Celebrate the height of Summer in style in your elegantly white attire at the ultimate garden party. Sip on seasonal inspired wines showcased by the Franschhoek Vignerons, at this year’s Franschhoek Summer Wines, which takes place at the spectacular Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards on Saturday, 2 February (12pm to 5pm). Some of the Vigneron’s choices for Summer include white, rosé, Méthode Cap Classique ...
Renishaw Hills presents the 5 benefits of apartment living for retirees
by Editor on 31 October 2018
When considering retirement options, downsizing is generally accepted as part of the deal, but so often retiring to an apartment is overlooked – for all the wrong reasons. “We have noted a lot of interest in our planned apartment offerings at Renishaw Hills,” said Phil Barker, managing director of Renishaw Property Developments, developers of Renishaw Hills, a mature lifestyle development on the KwaZulu-Nat...
Heritage and Tech converge to boost tourism
by Editor on 26 September 2018
Just in time for National Heritage Day on 24 September, Drakenstein Local Tourism Association has introduced a mobile application that combines the proud heritage of the region with the latest state-of-the-art technology. The Visit Paarl and Visit Wellington apps are easy to navigate and visitors can download it onto their mobiles to get a quick and accessible way of finding the best places to see and things to do...
Stellar praise for Hartenberg Estate by leading industry commentators
by Editor on 20 September 2018
Last week the buzz in the wine industry was electric, with the start of Cape Wine 2018, as well as the release of Tim Atkin MW’s highly anticipated annual review of South African wine. Included in the lineup of producers reviewed, Hartenberg Wine Estate, situated in the iconic Stellenbosch Winelands, not only received Cape First Growth status, but 11 of their wines were scored 90+ points. The Stork Shiraz 2014 ...
Soak up Summer with De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc 2018
by Editor on 19 September 2018
Regarded as one of SA’s leading port producers De Krans Wine Cellar, situated in Calitzdorp, has also built a reputation for producing a range of unique and superb wines from classical varieties. With the emphasis on unique yet traditional, consumers will enjoy the new vintage unwooded De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc 2018 – perfect enjoyment for the long Summer days! What makes De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc s...
Women’s Lifestyle Expo High Tea set to attract who’s who of South African businesswomen
by Editor on 19 September 2018
Sit down to an intimate High Tea with some of South Africa’s most dynamic, impressive and influential women at this year’s Woman’s Lifestyle Expo (#WLE2018). Guests will be treated to a sumptuous tea while hearing how these phenomenal women managed to achieve their success; balancing demanding careers and motherhood and still managing to embrace their femininity. This sumptuous networking opportunity – brough...
95 At Morgenster brings an Italian summer revival to the Winelands
by Editor on 17 September 2018
95 At Morgenster brings an Italian summer revival to the Winelands Savour modern Italian dishes at their best in the Cape Winelands this summer at Chef Giorgio Nava’s 95 At Morgenster, reopening for the season from 4 October 2018. 95 At Morgenster, established in 2015 as an Italian collaboration of authentic Italian food, top class wines and olive oil, brings a contemporary twist to the magnificent surroundi...
Steenberg Sauvignon Blancs ace Tim Atkin’s SA Report
by Editor on 12 September 2018
Steenberg Sauvignon Blancs ace Tim Atkin’s SA Report Steenberg’s resolute focus on creating Sauvignon Blancs that express a unique sense of place, has been rewarded with their flagship blend and all three single varietal tiers, breaking the venerable 90 point barrier in the highly respected Tim Atkin 2018 South African Special Report. Top scorer again this year with 94/100, is the Sauvignon Blanc driven sign...
SA Champion Port Trophy For De Krans
by Editor on 07 September 2018
De Krans has reaffirmed its position as one of SA’s leading port producers, adding the title of 2018 SA Champion Port to its long list of prestigious accolades. This title was bestowed to the producer at the recent 2018 SA Young Wine Show, where the results were announced at a gala event attended by key industry role players. De Krans also won this trophy in 2012 and 2014. The SA Young Wine Show dates back to 18...
Invitation to Cape Wine 2018
by Editor on 17 August 2018
The Klein Karoo wine region in the Southern Cape is arguably the most diverse of South Africa’s wine regions, forming part of the Succulent Karoo Biome, internationally recognized as one of the top 26 biological diverse areas in the world. In many places several biomes such as fynbos, succulents and renosterveldt come together and occur intertwined, mostly as a mosaic throughout the region. This natural mosaic mak...
Gold for De Krans at Gold Wine Awards
by Editor on 16 August 2018
De Krans Wine Cellar was recently awarded seven Gold medals at the 2018 Gold Wine Awards. The medals were awarded to their De Krans Premium Moscato Red 2017, De Krans Free-Run Chenin Blanc 2018, De Krans Wild Ferment Chardonnay 2017, De Krans Pinotage Rosé 2018, De Krans Basket Press Cabernet Sauvignon 2017, De Krans Touriga Nacional 2017 and De Krans Cape Vintage 2016. The Free-Run Chenin Blanc and Wild Ferment ...
Van Loveren introduces SA’s first Pinot Grigio Rosé, Perlé de Jean
by Editor on 03 August 2018
Rosé has been described as “romance in a bottle”. Versatile and elegant, this popular wine style has been gaining ground all over the world among both male and female oenophiles, and this has led to a whole plethora of varieties being used to produce it. The latest variety to join this wine style in South Africa is Pinot Grigio, and Van Loveren Wine Family Vineyards in the Robertson Wine Valley decided to ded...