SOUTH AFRICA: Distell readies Bain's Cape whisky for South African market

By Arnold Kirkby | 31 July 2009

Distell has launched South Africa's first single grain whisky made from locally-grown maize and made at its James Sedgwick Distillery in Wellington, near Cape Town.

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Distell has launched South Africa's first single grain whisky made from locally-grown maize and made at its James Sedgwick Distillery in Wellington, near Cape Town.

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