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5 Best Recruitment Marketing Articles of the Week 1.3.15 - 1.9.15

Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing and other recruitment trends… 364 more words

Recruitment Marketing Concepts

Wine Review: 2008 Ken Forrester Vineyards Renegade

South African wines and I keep going back and forth. Some of the wines I find I love and others I find are just okay. Ken Forrester is pretty well known in the South African wine community and is well known for putting the South African Chenin Blancs on the map. 224 more words


A surprise visit from Ken Forrester

Towards the end of an incredibly busy week, It’s always nice to have a surprise visit from a world-class winemaker. This wine-maker was Ken Forrester or “Mr Chenin” as he is known locally, Ken runs the family vineyard; Forrester estate vineyards in Stellenbosch (South Africa). 338 more words


Waterkloof - A Seriously Cool SA Winery

Jancis Robinson MW chose Waterkloof Seriously Cool Cinsault 2013 as her Wine of The Week a few days ago. Waterkloof is a seriously cool South African winery with fabulous wines… 217 more words


Zacharkiw on wine: Chenin blanc is the do-it-all grape

MONTREAL – When I was last in South Africa, I asked Springfield Estate’s Jeanette Bruwer why more high-quality chenin blanc wasn’t being produced, considering they have lots of very old vines scattered around the country. 1,102 more words

Culture And Lifestyle

A Day At The London Wine Trade Fair

It is nine in the morning. The rain has ceased and there is a cool, fresh smell in the air. I walk to Hornsey Road and catch the number 91 to Caledonian Way and take the Overground to Kensington Olympia. 624 more words


Join Award winning Cape winemakers for an Exclusive Dinner, Tasting and Discussion

WineAlign is delighted to present a three-course, eight-wine pairing dinner on Monday, June 9th with four award winning South African wine makers. 

Join WineAlign host David Lawrason and Cape winemakers from Boekenhoutskloof, Fleur du Cap, Ken Forrester and Nederburg, for an exclusive, up close and personal tasting, dinner and discussion that will explore where South African wine has been and where it is headed. 282 more words