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#Words4Wine – yes, it’s time!


Leopard’s Leap Wines is delighted to announce the 2019 edition of its #Words4Wine campaign as part of its sponsorship of […]

Malindi’s Fastfood Chickpea & Potato Curry with Cashew Cream


Another wonderful food story from Erica Platter and Clinton Friedman’s recently published Durban Curry Up2Date. Yes, healthy can be delicious! […]

Sasol Salt Rock’s Famous Mutton Bunny


Erica Platter and Clinton Friedman recently published Durban Curry Up2Date. We love how they tell food stories and share the […]

Toasted S’mortini Cocktail


As a toast to a wonderful cold and wet winter – something the Cape Winelands were in dire need of […]

#WinterWarmer Potjie, Pride & Prejudice


For most South Africans it is hard to imagine a weekend without cooking over an open fire. For many, it […]

#WinterWarmer Chakalaka Chicken 


Chakalaka is one of South Africa’s best known and most enjoyed food traditions. A simple, spicy dish – or relish […]

#WinterWarmer Tray-roasted butternut and chickpea Thai red curry


It is often when one thinks the worst of winter is over, that August surprises you with some exceptional cold […]

Lamb Pie & Red Wine for Winter


A hearty pie and a good glass of red wine – an unbeatable winter combination! Try our recipe for lamb […]

Garlic and Thyme Baked Camembert with French Baguette


Sometimes the basics are the best. Bread. Cheese. Wine. And no one has mastered the art of making basics beautiful […]

Quick Beef Bourguignon


Beef Bourguignon is another French classic that is as hard to spell as it is to pronounce… Luckily, with our […]

Explanatory apps for confused wine drinkers



As social media is increasingly becoming an embedded part of the wine industry, wine labels are also becoming a starting point for consumers to engage with a brand using digital social tools. Several local wine estates are experimenting with using QR codes on their wine labels, to allow users to experience videos, images and other interactive media about the wine brand.

In the USA, a new smart phone app was recently launched that allows less-savvy wine consumers to scan bottle bar codes to get instant tasting notes, scores and food pairings.The free app, called Natalie MacLean Wine Picks & Pairings, works by snapping a picture of any bottle label's bar code to access a database of 150,000 wines at liquor stores across the United States and Canada. Natalie McLean is a well-known Canadian wine writer.

The app has already been downloaded 100 000 times as wine drinkers jump at the opportunity to have a guide with them while shopping for wine, giving instant access to information about thousands of wines.

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