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April 25, 2009

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Alan @ MutineerMag

South African wines are very easy to get pumped about. Sure, they are pretty spotty, but there are quite a few gems as well, plus the area really benefits from the industry.

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I didn't know that Africa was a place capable to product wine, I mean for the climate condition, is to hot and dry and the pest in this continent have no mercy.

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In a couple of time I've drunk wine from Africa and honestly it is great. it has a bittersweet taste that make it different to the others I've tasted in my life. I think 4rx is totally wrong, because the climate conditions is what helps to produce that fantastic wine, or at least that's what I guess so.

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