Welcome to the wine regions of South Africa
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An injection of new funds in the wine industry in the post apartheid era providing access to international markets has resulted in South Africa now having more than 600 wineries, of which almost half crush fewer than 100 tons of grapes. Regularly among the top wine producing countries in the world, South Africa has a concentration of wine production in the Cape Province, most notably Constantia, Stellenbosch, Paarl and the Franschhoek Valley. The cool, windswept area of Constantia, is particularly suitable for South Africa’s most fashionable white wine grape, Sauvignon Blanc, which represents a third of all the region’s wines.A most noticeable trend in Cape grapes has been the wholesale substitution of red for white, especially of the Chenin Blanc vines that once dominated South African vineyards
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