Everything to do with South African fine wine. Wine magazine was published from October 1993 until September 2011 and now lives on in digital form as winemag.co.za As the guy usually tasked with getting the cooler box halfway up Table Mountain when attending Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concerts, wine in a can, as opposed to glass, has some appeal, lighter transportation load being an obvious advantage. Other favourable aspects include greater durability, faster chilling and ease of recycling. A major disadvantage, meanwhile, is the environmental impact and energy demands of producing aluminium in the first place. Ultimately, however, what’s going to make or break canned wine is how good the stuff inside is. Jaap Pijl, formerly CFO and GM at Waterford in Stellenbosch and Francois Haasbroek of Blackwater Wine and also ex-Waterford, have started Renegade Wines, producers of CanCan with wine sourced from the Swartland. Tasting notes and ratings for the maiden releases as follows: CanCan La Goulue Chenin Blanc 2019 Price: R40 per 250ml can On the nose, citrus, white peach and dried herbs. The palate is nicely lean with lively acidity, the finish wonderfully pithy. Very flavourful and...