The Eiffel Tower, the Coliseum of Rome, the Buckingham Palace, the Acropolis and the “Sagrada Familia” in Barcelona have this year another opponent in the competition as world’s best tourist attraction: the Ribeira of Porto (Porto's riverside).
The 2015 harvest signalled a significant ten year milestone for Waterkloof – the biodynamic wine estate overlooking False Bay in Somerset West – as it celebrates a decade of winemaking and working in harmony with nature to craft wines of vitality, individuality and sustainability.
The Cape winelands can aptly be described as picturesque … that’s what they look like most of the time, like a beautiful painting. A vision of rolling mountains and koppies sketched in relief; a crosshatch of vineyards stitching up the landscape; that endless blue sky with plump clouds slowly drifting across.
The new edition of this annual celebration organized by the Wine Growing Association of Casablanca Valley is expecting many local and foreign visitors!
On April 11th & 12th, the main square of Casablanca will host the 2015 Harvest Festival, an event that will bring together some 25,000 attendees, who will enjoy craft stands, wine and sparkling wine tastings, local cuisine, music spectacles for the whole family.
On February 10th, in his article "Casas del Bosque offers a glimpse of Coastal Chile", Jim Greeley highlighted the wine history of Chile and focused in particular on the development of the Casas del Bosque winery, their winemaker and wine production:
Between February 26 and March 1, Porto hosts another edition of the wine event Essência do Vinho Porto 2015. The event is held at Palácio da Bolsa featuring more than 3,000 wines from 350 domestic and foreign producers.