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Tim’s got love for you if you were scored in the 90s, the 90s…
“I always enjoy visiting the Cape – particularly at a time when the local wine industry is so exciting. I again tasted more than 1,000 wines this year and feel very positive about the future of Cape wine. I have been visiting the Winelands since 1990 and have always been a keen observer of your wines.”
Thanks Tim, we feel honoured and we look forward to the full report this week!
Adi and a whole list of really exciting South African winemakers will be in London this September showing some of their favourite wines.
You do not want to miss this one!
For more information, visit http://newwavesa.co.uk/.
Die Kaapse Dief en die Swaan.
Two products we lovingly nurtured since early 2014.
Today we finally have pack shots for them, and well, they do not only taste great, they are quite pretty too!
For more information on these exciting products, click here.
For orders and deliveries (in Cape Town, Johannesburg or Durban) mail Sam at wineadmin dot co dot za…
In the heat of summer I showed Jade, a friend from Cape Town who writes for CapeTownEtc Magazine, around the Riebeek Valley. Her story appeared in the first issue of CapeEtc this year along with beautiful images by Kendall-Leigh Nash.
Planning for the 2015 Swartland Revolution is on the go.
We have a poster
We have a programme (click click) and we have a date for ticket sales.
Tickets will go on sale at 8am on Wednesday the 1st of July.
We hope to see you there, fools…
Let the countdown begin!
Every year Adi and friends host Spogwijn, sommar just for the fun. This year is no different and if the great wines by Adi, Sebastian Beaumont, Adam Mason and Tyrrel Myburgh is not enough reason for you to join, the venue next week is Bacon on Bree…
When Adi invited me he said, ‘post the invite online, if they are in the trade or they are hot they can come… but they HAVE to RSVP to Gareth…’
In the trade? Hot? See you next week.
You may (or may not) have noticed that things slowed down a bit on our blog and social media feeds over the last two months. That is because every April and May ‘the cousin who does the marketing and web stuff’ heads off into the middle of nowhere, in the Tankwa Karoo, to run the crew that build up and break down AfrikaBurn. This year was no exception.
But, now I am back from the dust, Adi is back from his tour of Scandanavia and London, Cornelia has returned from Holland and we are ready to roll with winter on the farm.
Here is a rather blurry picture of Adi, spotted at the London Wine Fair last week. Seems apt.
Meanwhile, we hosted a wedding in April – a Dutch affair. More pictures here.