Wines From South Africa

It all started back in 1652 when the Dutch East India Company planted vines in South Africa. This was done so that grapes and wine could be given to sailors during their voyage along the Spice Route. The vitamin C in fresh fruit warded off scurvy; since the English sailors became known as “limeys” for their cure, could these ones be “grapies”?We do our best to move all wines in containers so that we can pass on the best shipping costs and conditions and most areas allow us to consolidate from vari


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