Taking exports to the nextlevel
In little over a decade South African wines have been transformed from cheap and cheerful offerings to products which can hold their own in international markets. Arnold Kirkby attended the recent Cape Wine 2004 exhibition which proved to be both a showcase for South African wine and a forum for debate concerning the future of the industry.
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