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Beyers Truter, owner and winemaker of Beyerskloof, and Simon Halliday, managing director of Raisin Social and co-owner of Beyerskloof, have sold 74% of their stake in the established Bouwland winery to the Bouwland Deelnemingstrust (Bouwland Trust), which represents a total of 60 people from 39 families.


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