Old is Gold | Waterford Estate |

South African wines made from old grape vines are now more valuable than ever. At Waterford Estate, it’s an initiative that is strongly supported. Grape vines are remarkable for a number of reasons – one being that, with proper care, these magnificent plants can live for hundreds of years. Take the Žametovka vine in Slovenia,…

The Business of Wine Certificate Ceremony 2018

The Business of Wine course, presented by The University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business (UCT GSB), is a one-of-kind training programme that focusses on the business aspects of wine.   It brings together various professionals across the wine value chain and gives delegates critical market insights and the leadership skills to maximise their own…

Victoria Moore tasting on 31 October 2018

The Old Vine Project presented a tasting for Victoria Moore, wine columnist and journalist for The Telegraph and a wine club that she tutors at the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers, one of the old London merchant guilds – a group of serious wine enthusiasts who are more familiar with Bordeaux and Burgundy than our wines. …

Kruger Family Wines

“Sans chêne refers to a wine made without any oaking regime but it also means without chains,” says Johan Kruger as he describes their family journey from being confined to one site to now being free to work with vineyards cross regionally.  With the precursor of granite as the common denominator, their wines tell a…