It may seem like an odd choice of location, but the Gugulethu Wine Festival is proving exceedingly popular with over 3,000 visitors expected to attend the third rendition of this initiative in the Cape Town township this weekend! If you're attending, here's what to look for to ensure you're making a top quality wine investment…
Wine tasting and the culture surrounding viticulture are p... ››› more
Every year in May, wine investors sit up and pay attention as the chateaux of Bordeaux make their wines available to buy as future options. That's because wines from the Bordeaux region have long been seen as of the highest quality. Now, wine investors across the globe are starting to pay attention to South African wines. Here's why…
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Nederburg's South Africa's most awarded winery. Now, it's earned another notch on the post with top scores at the 2013 World Wine Championships held in Chicago this week. Here's what makes this a winning local wine label…
The 2013 World Wine Championships were held in Chicago on Tuesday.
The Beverage Tasting Institute runs the annual championships to award international wine... ››› more
Looking for a great way to invest in wine? Don't forget the value of attending wine auctions. That's how a number of wine lovers got their hands on precious bottles from the now closed ‘best restaurant in the world', elBulli, at a Sotheby's auction on Friday. There are a number of online wine auctions to take part in, but it's the 2013 Nederburg Auction taking place in September that many are lo... ››› more
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