South Africa’s wine industry is facing a huge dilemma: despite its wines being better than ever, a global glut and local tastes for alternatives are resulting in declining volumes.
Windhoek Beer, a brand known for its unwavering commitment to authenticity and pure brewing tradition, has announced a brand refresh, celebrating the essence of being 100% real, as it's well-known payoff line goes.
Introducing Cape Spritz, the latest offering from the team behind the well-known non-alcoholic brand - The Duchess. Only this time, they’ve added a 5% kick.
Strategically meeting consumer demands for healthy snacking and convenience, Tiger Brands has launched a ready-to-drink (RTD) Jungle Oat Drink range, claimed as a first of its kind in the local market.
McConnell’s Irish Whiskey, a cherished Irish brand, is now on local shelves thanks to a new partnership between the Belfast Distillery Company and SA liquor and wine distributor, Firebrand Africa.
Nespresso has announced the launch of N°20, a new and bespoke coffee cultivated exclusively for its superlative taste "to surprise and delight coffee drinkers and the culmination of 20 years of research and dedication".
Roodeberg Black, a sizzling new red blend spawned by a raging fire and crafted for a new generation of wine lovers in line with global trends, has just been launched by KWV.
In 2007, fuelled with passion, perseverance, and little else – at a time when the words “craft beer” were foreign to most – founders Ross and Meg McCulloch set out to change the beer landscape in South Africa.
International wine critic and commentator Tim Atkin MW is upbeat about the South African wine industry and says it is “producing the greatest wines in its history” despite the prevailing economic and structural setbacks faced by many.
Doos Wine started out as a fun concept but the intention, say the owners, was always to put quality wine in a box and destigmatise it. Lots of stockists and fans are buying in....