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Wine exports experienced an increase of ZAR 342 million

In 2023, the product was mainly shipped to the United Kingdom, Namibia, and the United States. In the huge landscape of global economy, the wine industry emerges as a prominent player, not...

Oil-free beer and wine processing with ELGi’s AB and OF compressor series from Integrated...

“If one drop of oil can contaminate 100ℓ of fresh water, just imagine the potential harm that the ingress of oil vapours during food and beverage processing can cause to equipment,...

Veritas awards lay solid foundation for the way forward for SU

The several awards that the Welgevallen Cellar of Stellenbosch University (SU) won at the 33rd Veritas Awards event recently, are just the right motivation for the road ahead. This is according to Mr...

New central wine body – South Africa Wine – up and running with strategies  

By Sue Segar South Africa Wine, the new central body set up three months ago to advocate for South Africa’s multibillion-rand wine industry, is up and running and making good progress in...

Nederburg Wines

Nederburg Wines estate is located just outside Paarl, set against the backdrop of the ethereal Drakenstein Mountains. With sweeping, luscious lawns, there’s ample space to have a picnic and soak up the sun....

Durbanville Wine Valley

Another region just a stone’s throw away from the suburbs, the slopes surrounding Tygerberg Hill are renowned for the world-class Sauvignon Blancs. The cool, two-ocean-influenced climate of the Durbanville Wine Valley is...

Wine faces tariffs risk if SA is suspended from AGOA

Recent accusations by the USA that South Africa has supplied arms to aid Russia in the Ukraine conflict has caused concern that they might suspend South Africa's preferential export tariffs granted under the...

Smart technology helps wine tourism grow

Vinpro, together with the Cape Winelands District Municipality, is funding a new wine tourism research pilot programme to generate tourism intelligence and help wineries use this intelligence to grow their Direct-to-Consumer...

WHY South Africa’S KEY WINE INDUSTRY role players ARE SO IMPORTANT

364 years ago the first wine was made in South Africa from grapes planted in Cape Town – an occasion noted by Jan van Riebeeck, Governor of the Cape, in his...

Smaller harvest, top quality expected in 2023

In the run-up to the 2023 wine grape harvest, January to April, the fourth estimate by viticulturists and producer cellars indicates a smaller crop than in 2022, and smaller than the...

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