10 South African wine personalities worth following in 2012
If you like your wine with two tablespoons of serious, you might want to follow these South Africa wine tweeps.
Wine tweets from the first lady of wine, Angela Lloyd. A late adopter of twitter, this icon of South African wine journalism took to the platform like Foie Gras to a whole wheat biscuit.
Wine editor for food24.com and all round nice girl, Cathy Marston is taking wine education to the next level in South Africa. Follow, learn and drink!
Judging on almost ever wine competition panel in South Africa, Christian’s liver is soaked in only the best wines this country has to offer. For in-depth wine reviews follow him on twitter or jump over to his blog, What I drank last night, for the latest reviews.
Not much of a talker on twitter, Neil mostly tweets links to his blog. Still worth a follow, if only to keep track of any new updates.
Emile’s wit is rivaled by few on twitter. Catch him chirping about everything from wine to prego rolls.
Certified sommelier and head wine honcho for the Southern Sun Hotel Group, Miguel Chan tweets about the latest South African wines. A great resource for sommeliers.
Carla is the wine news editor for wine.co.za. Another great industry resources, Carla covers a broad spectrum of wine news, from events to new releases.
Recently listed as one of the world’s most influential women in wine, Su Birch is the CEO of Wines of South Africa. Her in-depth tweets are mostly focus towards an international audience, but still makes for a great read.
Itinerant winemaker, freelance drinks writer for lifestyle magazines like Live out Loud and Playboy, Jonathan will keep you informed and entertained regarding all things wine.