{news} Lozärn Wines adds new vintages to their impressive range

Lozärn Wines firmly rooted in the fertile soils of the Robertson wine valley and handcrafted on Doornbosch farm, honours a family matriarch while celebrating a red varietal likely to be well-known to travellers who have sampled the wines of Chile.  Join us in raising a glass to toast to the Smuts family who are nurturing…

{news} Lozärn Wines: For my valentine, SOUTH AFRICA!

For many Valentine’s Day symbolizes the celebration of love between two people. At Lozärn Wines – we want to extend this love to all things proudly South African and the things that South Africans love! We asked ourselves, what makes us South African? We have 11 beautiful languages to celebrate amongst our different cultures, this…

{news} Van Loveren’s Almost Zero range is the answer to Dry January

Almost Zero by Van Loveren Family Vineyards has taken South Africa by storm. The wine-like drink with almost no alcohol is made up of the popular Wonderful White, Ravishing Rosé and Radiant Red. What makes this trio stand out even more is that they are the perfect tipple to enjoy during what has become known…

{wine} A legacy in a bottle: Van Loveren’s Perlé de Jean

Be the centre of Insta-attention this summer when you whip out a couple of bottles of Van Loveren Family Vineyard’s gorgeous Perlé de Jean to heat up your pool party. She’s vibrant, she’s just a little bit sparkly, and a whole lot of heart! Introduction They say that beauty is in the eye of the…

{wine} Through rosé-tinted glasses: Weltevrede’s Turkish Delight

Sometimes wine is taken way too seriously. Between the undertones and aromas and mid-palate experiences, we lose the sheer joy of sharing a bottle of good wine with a loved one. This summer, Weltevrede is ditching the drama, and presents the world through rosé-tinted glasses with their Turkish Delight. Introduction We all know how I…

{news} Keeping it light this summer with Robertson Winery

Robertson Winery, true to its reputation for pioneering, innovation and keeping abreast with the times, launched the first collection of light cultivar wines in 2008, featuring a: Sauvignon Blanc Extra Light, Chenin Blanc Light and Pinotage Rosé Light. This popular range was extended when an Extra Light Merlot was added to the collection in 2011….

{travel} The Langeberg Chronicles: Esona Boutique Wine Estate

We departed the Montagu Country Hotel on a bright, sunny morning, well rested and ready to continue our #MagicOfWinter media tour through the Langeberg Valley. We were spending our morning in the sterling company of Esona Boutique Wine Estate and frankly my dear, I was childishly excited to taste some wines! Introduction To be honest,…

{travel} The Langeberg Chronicles: The Montagu Country Hotel

With windswept hair and blushing cheeks from the sheer exhilaration of the ride, we pulled up in front of the Montagu Country Hotel in our purring classic American Dream Cars. This is where we’d rest our heads for the night. I couldn’t wait to walk in and be enveloped in true Langeberg Valley hospitality. Introduction…

{travel} The Langeberg Chronicles: Weltevrede Wine Estate

As we left the comfy confines of the Kalkveld Lounge, fed and watered, we excitedly boarded the Wine Valley Safari truck, which would take us on a scenic detour to our next stop of the day, Weltevrede Wine Estate. Today was the day I got to ride a zebra, and boy, was I ready for…

{travel} The Langeberg Chronicles: Zandvliet Wine Estate

As we wound down the hill from Mont Blois, we buckled up for a short drive to Zandvliet Wine Estate, located on the outskirts of Ashton – the second stop on our first day in the gorgeous Langeberg Valley. It is here that I finally got a taste of my own wine. Literally. Introduction Zandvliet…

{travel} The Langeberg Chronicles: Mont Blois Wine Estate

Tucked up on a hill, surrounded by acres of vines and orchards, you’ll find the breathtaking boutique wine estate of Mont Blois. This was the first stop on our #MagicOfWinter visit to the Langeberg Valley, and a whimsical start to this enchanting journey. Introduction As the Cape Town skyline faded away in our rear-view mirrors,…

{travel} The Langeberg Chronicles: an introduction

A couple of hundred kilometers, six wine farms, two beds, multiple cheese platters, endless laughs, six very content media peeps and one car laden with wine later,  I can honestly say I experienced the #MagicOfWinter in the Langeberg Valley in its fullest, most whimsical glory. How it all came together A couple of months ago,…