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The number of noble red wine varietals planted at the Cape has more than doubled in the past decade and this trend is expected to continue until there is an equal balance between red and white wines. This should improve South Africa's wine profile in international market, where it has been hamstrung for having a mainly white wine prejudice since its re-entry in the early 1990s.


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