History Lessons without the rose coloured glasses! Dr. Jan Cats was a respected physician in Stellenbosch…but like all physicians, he did have his share of failures…and a very unique way to get the bodies out of his surgery and into the morgue without upsetting business!
History Lessons without the rose coloured glasses! Hercules van Loon was Stellenbosch’s first minister, arriving in 1704. Although he tried hard to minister to the pious folk of the town, his wife was less than the perfect ministers wife and her indiscretions lead Hercules to an unfortunate end…
Jan Blanx keeps appearing in the history books – for all the wrong reasons. Time and again he crossed swords with the law of the day, and ultimately we never know what happened to him…did he finally mend his ways?
Made from some of the finest Chenin vineyards in the country, Teddy Hall talks to us about his Chenin Blanc Reserve….
Sybrand Mankadan’s love of drinking alcohol was only surpassed by his love of women…and this wine salutes his passion and commitment to pursuing the finer things in life.
The Teddy Hall Blanc de Blancs MCC is full o vigorous, fine bubbles and reflects that passion and commitment of Teddy Hall, to producing one of the best MCC’s available in South Africa.
Flat Roof Manor is the funky and quirky range of wines created on Uitkyk. Winemaker Estelle Lourens talks to us about this unique range of wines. The manor house on the Estate is the inspiration behind the name and follow Estelle as she talks about the murals and engraving on the front windows of the […]
Alto Estate produces a range of red wines from the grapes grown on this amazing property. note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’
Winemaker Estelle Lourens tastes the 2008 Carlonet from Uitkyk, their flagship wine made from their top Cabernet Vineyards at this gem of a Cape property. note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’
Luke O’Cuinneagain gives us his thoughts on the terroir and wines of Glenelly. note: if the film breaks up while loading, please hit ‘pause’ and wait for the film to fully load before hitting ‘play’