Posts tagged with: still wine preservation

For me The Forrester’s Arms in Newlands is a Cape Town institution.  The Forrester’s Arms, fondly known by all as Forries has been in business since 1852(!) and for me is one of those timeless establishments that just keeps on getting it right – creating the right kind of experience so that people just keep......
Today’s consumers are demanding premium wines by the glass…. Are you ready to serve them? Are you geared towards being a part of the wine by the glass revolution?  How will it benefit you? Why wine by the glass is key to increasing your sales: Research shows that consumers are more likely to try a......
Wine and champagne preservation is still embryonic in SA, so we were very excited to be at the 2015 Hostex Show at the Sandton Convention Centre. We had the ideal opportunity to  target the right people and demonstrate the benefits of using the Le Verre De Vin preservation system.  As we watch the trends in......
When we think of wine preservation, we tend to think in terms of technology and therefore, by default, assume that wine preservation is a “new ” invention.  And yes, the systems that we use now are new inventions, however the practise of preserving wine is centuries old. Some very old bottles of wine have been......