S AFRICA: KWV fires winemakers in flavour scandal

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KWV has fired two senior winemakers who have been found to be putting flavourants into its 2004 KWV Reserve Sauvignon Blanc and the 2004 Laborie Estate Sauvignon blanc - the South African champion young wine of the year.

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