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In just seven years, Come Wine With Us™ South Africa has evolved from six people sitting around a kitchen table into a custom offering that can’t be found anywhere else.

Come Wine With Us™ South Africa expanded not only in the size of its community but also to exploring different beverages and brands. Made with the lovers of all things food, drink and travel in mind, Come Wine With Us™ has evolved into Come Join Us® South Africa, which promises to offer bespoke experiences to anyone who never wants to do the same thing twice.

Founder and host, Sybil Doms, not only studied at Banhoek Valley’s Institute of Culinary Arts (ICA), but she also spent time learning from some of the industry’s best-known chefs. Following this, she was awarded a prestigious Sommelier Scholarship at Waddesdon Manor in the UK, which she completed before returning to South Africa. Before returning to her roots of food, travel and wine, Sybil enjoyed the experience as a freelance fashion, décor and food stylist.

The Come Join Us podcast is all about chatting to likeminded people, foodies, as well as masters of their craft, being it winemakers, master distillers or anybody we find really interesting. A proudly South African podcast where we would like to introduce the world to real people, real talent and real conversation.

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In just seven years, Come Wine With Us™ South Africa has evolved from six people sitting around a kitchen table into a custom offering that can’t be found anywhere else.

Come Wine With Us™ South Africa expanded not only in the size of its community but also to exploring different beverages and brands. Made with the lovers of all things food, drink and travel in mind, Come Wine With Us™ has evolved into Come Join Us® South Africa, which promises to offer bespoke experiences to anyone who never wants to do the same thing twice.

Founder and host, Sybil Doms, not only studied at Banhoek Valley’s Institute of Culinary Arts (ICA), but she also spent time learning from some of the industry’s best-known chefs. Following this, she was awarded a prestigious Sommelier Scholarship at Waddesdon Manor in the UK, which she completed before returning to South Africa. Before returning to her roots of food, travel and wine, Sybil enjoyed the experience as a freelance fashion, décor and food stylist.

The Come Join Us podcast is all about chatting to likeminded people, foodies, as well as masters of their craft, being it winemakers, master distillers or anybody we find really interesting. A proudly South African podcast where we would like to introduce the world to real people, real talent and real conversation.

    Chef Arno Janse van Rensburg – Chef and Owner of Janse and Co Restaurant

    Chef Arno Janse van Rensburg – Chef and Owner of Janse and Co Restaurant

    At Come Join Us we are constantly inspired by chefs in the South African food industry. Back in the day while studying at the ICA, Chef Arno and myself actually did one part of our practice together with the absolute legend himself Graeme Shapiro. Loads of fun times, hard work and laughs. Today I chat Chef Arno about his food journey and opening up his brand-NEW restaurant Janse and Co in Kloof Street, Cape Town. We chat about local and produce and working with the best of what South Africa can offer.

    A definite must-visit for lunch or dinner when you are in Cape Town next time!

    • 27 min
    Rial – Creative Director from Rialheim Ceramics

    Rial – Creative Director from Rialheim Ceramics

    From growing up in Robertson in the Boland area, South Africa – Rial takes us back to childhood memories and nostalgia. We chat about his global ceramic brand – Rialheim as well as what inspires him and where he gets his creative juices from! We also chat about what makes us #ProudlySouthAfrican and what he ‘dream, believes and fly’ about….

    • 27 min
    Martine Solomon – Mzanzi Group – Motivational Speaker, Financial Consultant and Woman activist

    Martine Solomon – Mzanzi Group – Motivational Speaker, Financial Consultant and Woman activist

    Known for being an unstoppable force within the woman in the business sector of South Africa – I went to find out what’s behind the ‘not just a pretty face’ Martine Solomon. We delve into women in business and what we find very tricky but also rewarding having our own businesses in South Africa. We chat about our dreams and wishes for our country and what we can do to make it a better and safer South Africa especially for woman and children. We love our country – what can we do to help? #AmINext

    • 27 min
    Martin Moore - Head Winemaker at Durbanville Hills

    Martin Moore - Head Winemaker at Durbanville Hills

    A winery as imposing as Durbanville Hills was always going to need a cellar master with matching personality and skill. Martin Moore was that person, appointed in 1998 while the cellar was still under construction. Martin was attracted to winemaking whilst growing up in Worcester, spending many a weekend on a farm – attentively watching vineyards coming into production and wine being produced at a small winery.

    Come Wine With Us was privileged enough to be working with Durbanville Hills the last five years on specialized curated events. Known for their delicious crisp Sauvignon Blanc’s I went to chat to Martin about their brand NEW range called the ‘Reserve Range”. For the month of November, we will be hosting our last Come Wine With Us events for the year in Durban and JHB with Durbanville Hills Reserve Range. Be sure not to miss these special events.

    • 29 min
    Nina Marie Bruwer – Winemaker and Owner of Mont Blois Wine Estate

    Nina Marie Bruwer – Winemaker and Owner of Mont Blois Wine Estate

    Being one of the only few female winemakers in the Robertson Valley we chat to Nina Marie Bruwer who just launched her brand NEW premium range and tasting room at Mont Blois. We chat about farming with her husband, Erenst Bruwer and finishing Iron Man, Cape Epic and Comrades last year – girl power!

    • 27 min
    Johan De Wet – Head of Marketing De Wetshof Estate

    Johan De Wet – Head of Marketing De Wetshof Estate

    Growing up together as family friends I chat to Johan De Wet who heads up the marketing at De Westhof Wine Estate. Very well known for their world-class Chardonnay’s we chat about what makes Robertson so special when it comes to this specific grape variety. Travelling all over the world and keeping up with the latest technology and trends is what makes De Westhof in a class of its own.

    • 25 min

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