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Running Dry: Will Covid-19 Kill South Africa’s Wine Industry?

COVID-19 has turned the world upside down. Every industry's been affected, but the one that is taking the greatest hit is the wine industry.

 

Sa Wine Industry Still Reeling From Effects Of Exports Ban

Wine exports were prohibited for five weeks during the strict national lockdown under level 5.

 

When Do Modern Sa Reds Drink Best?

I?m starting to think that life is a series of mishaps punctuated by good bottles of wine. It was approximately 01h00 this past Sunday when a green Jeep

 

Wine Of The Week: Cape Town Sauvignon Blanc-semillon 2019

The London Economic | A crisp Sauvignon Blanc-Semillon that is guaranteed to impress this Valentine's Day. | Food & Drink

 

Diemersdal Estate Releases Sauvignon Blanc From Other Side Of The World

Sauvignon Blanc specialist Diemersdal Wine Estate in Durbanville, Cape Town, has added a newcomer to its range of wines, this one originating from New Zealand.

 

Diemersdal Estate Releases Sauvignon Blanc From Other Side Of The World

Sauvignon Blanc specialist Diemersdal Wine Estate in Durbanville, Cape Town, has added a newcomer to its range of wines, this one originating from New Zealand.

 

Diemersdal Pinotage Reserve 2018

The Pinotage Reserve 2018 from Diemersdal in Durbanville is highly decorated ? among the winners in this year?s Absa Top 10 competition and 5 Stars in

 

Diemersdal Pinotage Reserve 2018

The Pinotage Reserve 2018 from Diemersdal in Durbanville is highly decorated ? among the winners in this year?s Absa Top 10 competition and 5 Stars in

 

Sa Winemakers Look To Other Parts Of The World For Inspiration

Diemersdal Wine Estate in Durbanville has added a newcomer to its range of wines, this time originating from the Marlborough wine region on New Zealand?s South Island. ?Despite having made Sauvignon B

 

What To Drink To Celebrate The Rugby World Cup 2019 Final

It may start at 9am, but considering England are in the final it?s never too early to drink, says Terry Kirby