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Ever at the forefront of global trends, Douglas Green has expanded its stable of quality wines and spirits in South Africa, to introduce its first authentic Spanish Sherry range. The range comprises of a Pale Cream, Medium Dry and Cream Sherry, each produced and bottled in Spain and fully imported for sale in the country under the Douglas Green brand.
South Africa joins global scavenger hunt to give Jack fans a chance to win a trip to the Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg and be a part of Jack Daniel’s history.
Celebratory corks are popping at the historic Boschendal Estate with the Boschendal Brut Cap Classique awarded a Gold Trophy at the prestigious Vinordic Wine Challenge in Stockholm - Sweden’s only wine competition certified by the European Union and blind-tested by a qualified jury.
The 2015 vintage has been fantastic in the vineyard with very little challenges and could be one of the greatest ever, says Stephan Joubert, the DGB group viticulturist responsible for ensuring Boschendal’s award winning winemaking team is supplied with grapes of exceptional quality.
Why SA wine exports must move from bulk to brands
22/06/2017 - 11:59
South Africa’s wine industry must shift its emphasis from volume to value and from a production orientation to a market orientation. This is according to Anton Smuts, the newly elected chairperson of Vinpro. He shared his thoughts on some of the pressing issues that currently prevail in the industry with Jeandré du Preez.
Liquor rules reflect a state drunk on power, greed and arrogance
25/05/2017 - 09:42
The regulation of the sale of liquor has long been a feature of government policy pretty much everywhere. In Anglo-Saxon countries, it generally comes with more than a whiff of self-righteous fervour as those who draft the laws feed on the indignation of those who deal with the social consequences of drunken behaviour. The revenue value of sin taxes makes it clear there is no moral basis for this impost: to the extent that the state taxes liquor, it enjoys the wages of sin.
Italy set for highest growth among wine producing countries
20/04/2017 - 14:58
The global wine market is set to see production increase by 2.4% growth in production and consumption increase by 4.3% between now and the end of the decade, according to Ismea’s Wine Outlook 2020 report.
Italian wine exports grow by 4.3% in 2016
29/03/2017 - 15:20
Italian wine exports amounted to €5.6 billion in 2016, up by 4.3% on the previous year, according to data from the Italian Wine Union.
Cape’s finest wine on the block
30/01/2017 - 14:08
Prominent wine aficionados from around the world will be part of this year’s Cape Wine Auction in Franschhoek, which allows you to stock up on some of the best Cape wines while raising money for a good cause.