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13 things we learnt at home

“ If a wine isn’t good enough to drink, it isn’t good enough to cook with ” – David Higgs

1 Cheese and red wine are a match made in heaven

“If you do it correctly, you will create a big ‘wow’ moment at the table. To match a cheese soufflé, for example, I would go for the Signature Thelema Cabernet Sauvignon (R169.99). Stellenbosch is known for making good Cabs, and this one has blackcurrant, dark fruit, eucalyptus and mint. The tannins are subtle and there is good oak integration, so the wine won’t overpower the cheese.” – Joseph Dhafana, Mosi winemaker

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