Thursday, 6 June, 2013
Top 100 SA Wines
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South Africa: Winemaking on the Edge

In these excerpts from an article, "Top 100 South African Wines 2013,",  which was posted on Wednesday, 15 May 2013 on, judges Tim Atkin MW and Jenny Ratcliffe-Wright consider the state of the country's wine industry.

Tim Atkin, MW

“South African wine is often described, not least by the people who make it, as 'a cross between the Old and New Worlds.' It’s a huge generalization, partly because it’s become increasingly difficult to divide the vinous globe in two. Tasmania's climate arguably has more in common with [continue]
Jenny Ratcliffe-Wright, CWM
“For many years, South Africans have been interested in drinking their white wines exceptionally young. In fact, many people feel that if sauvignon blancs are not consumed within 12 months of production, they are over the hill, even though they do, in fact, have the ability to age. But [continue]
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