The Blue Sky Theory centres around one key premise – if you get the chance, go big, which is certainly true in Franschhoek.
The Chenin in the Winelands summer picnic is upon us, but those who are unable to make it shouldn’t wallow in self-pity.
You might not be able to attend a tasting, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t a host of other activities to enjoy on your favourite wine farm.
The sale of alcohol from retail outlets is once again restricted to set days and hours during the week, with one notable exception. Hello, wine farms.
Through online courses, at-home tastings, and online shopping, the pandemic has fundamentally changed the way that we enjoy wine.
A team of experts ranks hundreds of producers and brands, and thousands of individual wines, so cracking a five-star rating is a pretty big deal.
Nothing screams summer quite like sipping on a glass of wine while taking in a spectacular view.
There’s a wine that we have a particular fondness for here at 2OV, and it just took home a rather prestigious award.
We may not be able to holiday in Italy, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some of the country’s finest treats.
You’ll have to give the Franschhoek Bastille Festival a miss this year, but that doesn’t mean you can’t drink some damn good wine.