S AFRICA: Wines with new ethical stamp to be unveiled at Cape Wine event

By James Wilmore | 12 September 2012

The first South African wines to carry a new ethical stamp, aimed at promoting fair industry working conditions, will be unveiled at a trade event this month.

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The first South African wines to carry a new ethical stamp, aimed at promoting fair industry working conditions, will be unveiled at a trade event this month.

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