Known for their appearances in the work of C.Louis Leipoldt and later the music of David Kramer, Boggom and Voertsek were two nomads who lived life without limits and bowed to no rules but their own. Stricken with wanderlust and an unquenchable thirst, these two rogues traveled the barren plains of the Cederberg region. BOGGOM BLONDE ALE forms the more casual side of the duo with Boggom’s relaxed attitude making him the more approachable half of the iconic pair. VOERTSEK INDIA PALE ALE follows the mantra of living fast and dying young. Voertsek forms the wilder side of the legendary duo.
Article from A VINE TIME by Sam Venter WINEMAKER David Nieuwoudt seems to be a man who likes extremes. Not content with making wine at South Africa’s highest vineyards in the rugged Cederberg mountains and in the most southerly in Elim near Cape Agulhas, he also travels half-way around the world to make wine at the foot of the Andes […]
The Six Nations Wine Challenge is a Sydney-based wine show that uses an international judging panel to compare the very best wines from six countries (Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Chile, Canada and the US). Only by individual invitation are 600 wines entered and judged. Of the Top Wine of Class trophies, the USA won six, New Zealand four, South […]