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23 February 2014

February Flurry on The Drift

As most wine fanatics know, harvest has started, a time for wine farmers and winemakers that makes aforementioned ants look lethargic.  We’re in...

4 February 2014

There are still mysteries – how the label designed itself

Written by Andrew van der Merwe I am a calligrapher, not a professional packaging designer, and I think I'd ordinarily have felt intimidated by a wine...

28 January 2014

Organic Onion Harvest

Savoury and pungent, a staple of so many dishes, unique in flavour and available all year round. Our tear inducing friend, the onion, has been cultivated...

26 January 2014

Discover the Overberg

Cape Town's quiet, somewhat introverted neighbour has been a darling for many South Africans, folk who treasure a retreat from town life where...

16 January 2014

A profile of Bruce Jack

Bruce Jack is one of the most engaging characters in the global wine trade. Minutes, hours, probably days can pass in this man’s company. I had once...

11 November 2013

Stanley Road Home Sale

Join us at 36 Stanley Road Claremont on Friday 22nd November 9am-7pm and Saturday 23rd November 9am-1pm for a festive collaboration of stocking fillers and...

6 November 2013

The Wine of Artmaking

The American poet, Theodore Roethke, said: “Art is the means we have of undoing the damage of haste. It's what everything else...

4 November 2013

Egyptian Pink Garlic Harvest

We will be supplying Pick ‘n Pay with our certified organic garlic in 100g bags, of about 3 bulbs per pack, in the next couple of weeks. Keep an eye...

28 October 2013

Our Raw Highland Honey

Our neighbour and World-Renowned Erica specialist, Oom Thys de Villiers, cares for the endemic bees. Some hives are so remote it takes half a morning's...

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