Stellenbosch winemakers are looking to open an export market in the Caribbean country for their wines.
A rooibos cocktail movement has taken over bars across the world's capitals.
Britain's Prince Charles' Aston Martin runs on bioethanol extracted from wine made in Wiltshire.
They say good wine is made in the vineyard, but apparently a minerally one can be made in the winery, too. Dave McIntyre explains
The 2016 edition of the Platter's South African Wine Guide was launched in Cape Town last week.
Gin, the quintessentially British drink, is shaking off its fusty image to enjoy a revival led by the capital London.
Nespresso once again leads the trend with a machine that looks as good as its coffee tastes
Guinness is changing its 256-year-old recipe so it can become vegetarian friendly.
The Stella bar is a gorgeous space with a menu that will knock your socks off.
Cape Winemakers turn to brewing as demand leads to diversification.
Four young South Africans are showcasing the skills of a new generation in the world of local wine, writes Eugene Yiga.
The current evidence is mostly in favour of drinking coffee (but there are some cautions), writes Clare Collins.
Achim von Arnim was awarded the Frans Malan Legacy Award at the annual Amorim Cap Classique Challenge.
The wine industry has tried a host of alternatives to closing the bottle - plastic corks, screw caps, glass closures.
New movie Spectre will see Daniel Craig opt for a 'dirty' martini instead of his usual 'shaken, not stirred' drink.