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Literature Festival Franschhoek 2016

Literature Festival Franschhoek 2016

Literature Festival Franschhoek 2016
a celebration of books and writers
in association with Porcupine Ridge and Sunday Times

Camera: Olympus OM-D EM-1

Lens: Olympus 7-14mm f2.8 PRO | Olympus 40-150mm f2.8 PRO

Baccarat Cabernet Sauvignon

Baccarat Cabernet Sauvignon

Baccarat Cabernet Sauvignon

aged in French oak barrels and shows aromas of plum, blackberry compote and hints of cedar. It is well balanced by soft well integrated tannins and has a good mid plate structure with depth and complexity of flavour. This wine partners well with red meat, roast turkey and Gruyère.
http://www.baccaratwines.co.za

Le Lude Cap Classique

Le Lude Cap Classique

Le Lude Cap Classique Media Launch

Franschhoek for more info please visit the web site www.lelude.co.za

Photo course

Photographic course

Beginner’s photographic course

Location:FIXER Studios Woodstock Cape Town

more info at: info@wideangle.co.za or sandro@fixer.solutions

 

 

 

Backstage product shot at FIXER Studios

Backstage product shot at FIXER Studios

 

 

Tea Time Racine Restaurant

Tea Time Racine Restaurant

Tea Time Racine Restaurant

for more info please contact Maryke @ reubens@mweb.co.za

Marga and Stoney

Marga and Stoney

Marga and Stoney Wedding at De Doorns Western Cape South Africa.

Great day great couple thank you for everything!

Sandro

 

IMPI Challenge 2015

IMPI Challenge 2015

The IMPI Challenge 2015 combines trail running with an adventure style obstacle course and is the biggest social, fun but challenging event on the calendar. It’s colourful, inclusive of all sizes and shapes, and gives you the opportunity to experience an amazing day.

Venue: Lievland Wine Estate, Stellenbosch, Cape Town

 

 

Le Lude Cap Classique

Le Lude Cap Classique

Le Lude Cap Classique

the art of making “bubbles” in the heart of Franschhoek South Africa.

At Le Lude, portions of MCC are fermented and aged under both cork and crown-cap.
Wine-maker Paul Gerber is a pioneer in fermentation of Cap Classique on cork.
According to Paul, this process – Agarfé – leads to a more complex and unique development of flavours and mouth-feel. “The main reason for this is the difference in the rate of exchange of gases that takes place when the bottle is closed with a cork for the secondary fermentation and aging compared with crown-cap,” he says. “It leads to a wine with a unique character, and in Champagne some of the houses such as Bollinger, Krug and Tattinger still use it.”

 

 

Porcupine Mtb Challenge 2015

Porcupine Mtb Challenge 2015

Porcupine Mtb Challenge 2015