South African brand Kleine Zalze has announced its move from Stevens Garnier to Hatch Mansfield.
Vergelegen launched a new label in the UK last week designed to be the South African estate’s answer to top Saint Emilion.
Bonham’s UK head of wine Anthony Barne MW has highlighted the step up in class demonstrated by South Africa’s top wines entered for the 2012 Nederburg Auction.
To mark their 300th anniversary Morgenster Estate South Africa has unveiled its first white wine.
South African producer Hamilton Russell Vineyards is finding that experiments with clay amphorae are creating wines with improved structure than those matured in barrels.
South Africa has launched an industry-wide seal which guarantees its wines have been produced in line with fair labour practices.
Nestled in a quiet corner, far from the madding crowds of Sloane Square, Roussillon takes its name from the French commune in the Lubéron.
South African estate Klein Constantia’s new MD is on a mission to pit its flagship sweet wine – Vin de Constance – against the best wines from Sauternes.
The promotion of Graham Mackay from chief executive to chairman at SABMiller contravenes the UK Corporate Governance Code.
The value of Nigeria’s wine industry is expected to reach US$370 million by 2015, as Nigerians develop a thirst for high end wine and spirits.
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