Lunch at The Tokara Estate

Tokara is a magnificent wine estate and now I have finally ticked “Lunch at Tokara” off my foodie bucket list. We had the best seat in the house with the most beautiful views! Tokara is perched on top of theĀ Helshoogte Pass outside Stellenbosch and offers visual delights both out the window and on the plates.…

Picnic Partying at Warwick Wine Estate

I really love picnics. I love the easy, fresh, delicious food. I love camping out in the sunshine. And they are even better when there is wine involved! Warwick in Stellenbosch is famous for their picnics and were one of the first farms to introduce a gourmet picnic on their rolling lawns. I have visited…

Delaire Graff for Art and Wine

I live a very curated life. I chase natural light, bright colours and vast landscapes. I am obsessed with dishes on white backgrounds, wine glass held up against a view and large flower arrangements. My “being a grown up” goal for 2016 was to buy my first piece of art. I bought a giant piece…

The Radisson Hotel: A Seaside Gem

As some one who grew up on the Atlantic Seaboard side of Cape Town I have spent a lot of time at The Radisson. My family did many Sunday brunches, I have enjoyed plenty of sun-downers on their deck and I can tell you their chilli poppers are great! And I can remember sitting on…

An Adventure Getaway to the Cederberg

Just after Easter I managed to wangle a little leave from work and we headed up to the Cederberg for a hideaway from reality. The Cederberg is a big deal for Cape Townians – its one of those go to holidays. However, this was my very first trip out to the Cederberg! We had the…

A Taste of Tulbagh: Saronsberg Wine Tasting

I don’t normally write blog posts about one wine farm. The honest truth is that there isn’t really enough content. I often write about a few farms in one go, I’ll write about a day out or I’ll write about an amazing lunch at a wine farm. But I really couldn’t resist writing about Saronsberg!…

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