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A way of living…

If in our last newsletter devoted to Safari, we discussed the senses and sensations that the bush can provide, there is one that we reserve for Cape Town and its wine region …  the Taste! And if the tongue has over 8,000 taste buds, South Africa are more than 800 wineries located between Constantia, Franchhoek, […]

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Winelands with family

On a lovely sunday, we decided to spend our day in the beautiful Cape winelands. We first went to Boschendal Wine Estate. Situated on the edges of Franschhoek, that was the perfect occasion to show our children the beauty of this area and to enjoy a wine tasting in one of the oldest and most […]

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Make your own wine

Have you ever dreamed of making your own wine? Well, I have and for me that dream came true. Teach how to make your own wine is a truly fulfilling experience. In the end, you really feel proud of having created your own and unique product. It’s all possible in Stellenbosch, South Africa’s oldest city, […]

The Art & Design Wine road

As wine lovers and modern art enthusiasts we spent a day in the magnificent Cape Winelands where our two passions came together. We started our day 70 km east of Cape Town, in the lush garden valley of Elgin. For our first wine tasting we stopped at what we can call, a design masterpiece, the […]

Our organic wine route

Right in the heart of Cape region, my organic wine journey started in the small town of Paarl at the Avondale Wine Estate. As soon as I arrived at the estate, I savored a delicious wine while I was  enjoying to see the soothing landscapes all around me. No one makes wine like they do […]

Winelands, a taste of luxury

Everybody knows that I really hate birthdays! But this year, I changed my mind! My boyfriend decided to surprise me with a very special weekend in the Winelands. Our first stop for the day was the Waterford Wine Estate. We took part at the famous Wine Safari through the property situated on the slopes of […]

Let’s get back in time

To discover the Cape Winelands from a different angle, what about travelling back in time? And why not starting with a ride in one of these vintage cars? Our first stop will be at the Stellenbosch Village Museum with its four beautiful houses of historical interest and their gardens. Each of these traditional homes represents […]