An SA brewer's curiously named Zulu Blonde beer will be stocked at British pubs before next month's Rugby World Cup.
The wine industry promises to present the largest wine show ever to be staged in the southern hemisphere.
You needn't be a Type-A personality to understand Pieter Ferreira's obsessive pursuit of the perfect tiny bubble.
This year's Nederburg Auction seeks to honour some of those outstanding vintages in our country's history.
A rare Burgundy has emerged as the world's most expensive wine at more than $15 000 a bottle.
Rare Kalahari N'abbas (truffles) have made their way into a newly launched, locally produced boutique gin.
Research suggests we're self-conscious about what our coffee orders say about us - and with good reason.
Britain's tea-making credentials have been thrown into question - by a guidebook written by Americans.
Bianca Coleman learns all about craft beer at the Devil's Peak Brewery.
The producer of Scotland's first wine is confident that his next vintage will be more palatable.
After years in the wilderness, Chardonnay is finding favour - and flavour - again.
Can something so natural be so dangerous, and is it worth the risk?.
A local design engineer has revved up the world of coffee with his F1-inspired espresso machine.
Ethiopian goatherders are what Samuel Muston thinks whenever he walk past a Starbucks. And, he might be right...
The ultimate faux pas of wine drinkers? Storing their bottle of red in the fridge...