Wine tourism is growing and expanding in most major wine growing regions, including France, South Africa, Spain, Germany, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, Austria and the US.


Wine Tourism includes the tasting, consumption or purchase of wine while visiting vineyards, wineries, as well as sampling delicious food from restaurants on various wine farms. Wine festivals and associated events are great fun to attend… TANTALIZE your tastebuds and listen to the wonderful sound of laughter, chatter and CHING CHING!


Cheers, Gesondheid, Santé, Salud, Prost, Terviseks, Skål, ΥΓΕΙΑ, Saúde, Будем здоровы, Na zdrowie, Sanatate, Cin cin!


Wine is sunlight, held together by water”
Galileo Galilei


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Catch Rugby World Cup Fever at Lomond Wines

Are you looking for the best place to watch the opening match of the Springboks? Keep a look out for events at this awesome wine farm… Lomond Wines is the place to go!


Wine Selected by 1995 World Cup Springbok Captain, Francois Pienaar now available

It seems our previous Springbok Captains are keeping themselves busy, while Naas is busy getting Indian Rugby into shape as national coach. Marianne Wines announced earlier this week that Francois Pienaar Desirade 2015 is now available on the estate…

Wine fit for a Prince, less than an hour from Cape Town

In 2011 South African, star swimmer Charlene Wittstock married Monaco’s Prince Albert.    At that wedding, a South African wine was served: Haskell Vineyards’ Dombeya range. The vineyard where it’s made is a pretty estate set just under the impressive Helderberg Mountain Range in Stellenbosch   Haskell Vineyards is not just  home to two five-star wines and The Longtable Restaurant, but you can…