Our next day started with a trip into the Laibach vineyards with Mike Malherbe, Laibach’s viticulturist and managing director.
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Marselan is a red French wine grape variety that is a cross between Cabernet Sauvignon and Grenache.
Based on the agricultural theories of Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner in the 1920s, it actually pre-dates organi
After an 11 hour flight we touched down in Cape Town on Saturday morning.
This Riojan grape variety was discovered in 1988 when a single vine mutated to produce yellow-green grapes.
This applies to our staff too and we are very pleased to announce that Maria (Graphic Designer), Nicola and V
Cabernet Sauvignon was created accidently as a natural genetic crossing, dating back to seventeenth century France cross-bred white Sauvignon Blanc and red Cabernet Franc plants.
The home of one of the best known styles of rosé, Provence is a region and historical province of south-eastern France.