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Bruce Juice – February 2019

2019-02-27T12:51:47+00:00February 27th, 2019|Categories: Bruce Jack, Bruce Jack Wines, The Drift Estate, There Are Still Mysteries, Wine|

Bruce Jack and Marlize Beyers, winemaker at The Drift Estate, toast to a lively 2019 harvest It’s the bitterly cold February of 1819. A Burgundian farmer called Jacques rubs his gloved hands together and walks briskly into the freezing wind. His woollen scarf covers his generous nose, smelling comfortingly of wood smoke. Once in his favourite Pinot Noir vineyard he cuts canes from pre-marked vines. These were selected during the previous growing season for their strength and balanced internode length. They will become the vines of a new vineyard he plants in the field alongside, just over the snow-covered country lane. [...]

Toast with Carrie – Bruce Jack

2019-02-27T12:15:42+00:00February 20th, 2019|Categories: Bruce Jack, Overberg, The Drift Estate, There Are Still Mysteries, Wine|

Touch HD presents Toast with Carrie. Carrie Adams chats to, our very own, Bruce Jack in this podcast. Content hosted by iono.fm According to Carrie, he is one of the most engaging characters in the global wine trade. His farm produces a complex and delicious Pinot Noir made from a single vineyard in a pocket of the Overberg.

Excerpt’s from: South Africa’s cool-climate whites and scorching reds: why the country has it all

2018-11-21T11:05:50+00:00June 28th, 2018|Categories: Bonfire Hill Wines, Moveable Feast, News, Over the Moon, Overberg, Review, The Drift Estate, There Are Still Mysteries, Wine|

South Africa is on its game for white wines Wine lovers, take note: South Africa is on its game for white wines! The country’s whites are now deserving of every wine consumer’s attention, not least for the excellent value they have to offer. As James and I tasted through almost 500 wines from the country in May this year, we could not help but be amazed as one outstanding flight followed the next of Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay and even Sauvignon Blanc. Until only too recently, much of the white grapes grown in the Cape found their way into bulk wine, [...]

Winemag presents the results of the Wine and Beer Label Design Awards 2018

2018-11-21T11:25:29+00:00March 23rd, 2018|Categories: Moveable Feast, News, Penelope MCC, The Drift Estate, There Are Still Mysteries, Wine|

Results of the fourth annual Wine Label Design Awards and the inaugural Beer Label Design Awards proudly sponsored by self-adhesive label supplier Rotolabel were announced on 14 March 2018 at the Cavalli Wine and Stud Farm in Somerset West. The competition seeks to reward the best design and packaging for bottled wine made in South Africa and judging criteria include originality of concept, execution, shelf appeal and effectiveness as a piece of communication. A total of 44 Wine Label entries were received, 28 of these emerging as finalists. The Grand Prix went to The Vinoneers No. 42 Orpheus & The Raven2015 [...]