Join us for a day of olives at Babylonstoren. After spending some time in the olive groves and learning how the olives are grown, we move to the processing facility for a behind the scenes of how olive oil is made. You will also learn how to preserve your own olives.
This year in addition to exciting changes to the winter sharing menu at Gabriëlskloof Estate, the darling menu format of gastronomes-in-the-know returns, now in a truly French tradition.
Over the last few years olive oil has been experimented with by mixologists and now, the ‘Olive Oil Cocktail’ is trending in bars around the world.
One of the most comprehensive produce and trade fairs, Sol&Agrifood, will be taking place this year from the 9th to the 12th of April 2017, in Verona, Italy.
Prices are expected to soar and your favourite imported oil will soon be a luxury item, it might be a bad time for European producers, but what does it mean for some of the other olive oil producing regions?
This year, the plant that’s putting its roots down in décor, is not only a fruit producing tree but is also one that doesn’t require much maintenance, it is the humble olive tree.
With Valentine’s day just passed, and February being the month of love, we are feeling the love this week especially when it comes to our favourite fruit, olives of course.
Experience a taste of the Mediterranean at Gabriëlskloof Wine Estate as they invite you to enjoy the launch of their new Mediterranean taster platters.
The debate has been settled and there is no question that olive oil has many health benefits, but what are the five main components of extra virgin olive oil that make it a certifiable superfood?
Of course we love the taste and health benefits that come from consuming olive oil, we also love how these 5 olive oil kitchen hacks will make you a master of your kitchen.