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South Africa exports record volumes of wine
South Africa exported a record-breaking 417m litres of wine last year - but bulk shipments continued to account for more than half of volumes.
South Africa exports set new record
South Africa smashed its previous record to export the largest amount of wine to date in 2012.
South Africa celebrates record 2012
Record export figures in 2012 have prompted optimistic reports from South Africa after years of concern over the country's rising balance of bulk wine shipments.
South African strikes not connected to wine industry
South Africa's Western Cape has been rocked by violent protests by fruit farm workers demanding higher wages but no wine producers appear to be affected at this time.
South African unrest 'does not involve wine workers' says WoSA
As unrest returns to South African vineland, Wines of South Africa says the wine industry is not at present involved.
Police fire stun grenades at striking workers in South Africa's wine region
Police fired rubber bullets and stun grenades Wednesday at hundreds of striking farm workers who blocked a highway in the grape-growing Western Cape, heart of South Africa's multibillion-dollar wine region.
South African farm workers to revive wine region strikes
Thousands of South African farm workers will go on strike in the Western Cape wine region from Wednesday, reviving labour action for higher wages in which two workers were killed in clashes with police and vineyards were damaged.
South Africa May Produce Third-Biggest Wine-Grape Crop in 2013
South Africa will probably produce the third-biggest wine-grape crop on record in 2013 as favorable weather and better planting practices boost yields, an industry association said.
Wine and tea are key ingredients in South African plan to grow domestic research
The South African government is investing in scientific research to foster production of agricultural products like pinotage (the country's signature red wine) and honeybush (source of a tea so fragrant that a potful can perfume an entire house) to create jobs and boost the economy.
South African spa offers baths in wine
A spa in South Africa is attracting customers by offering a luxurious bath in wine. The treatment has become a popular trend in the area.
Enotria takes on Arniston Bay
Enotria has signed a deal with South African producer The Company of Wine People, for the UK supplier to distribute Arniston Bay.
Bottling costs choke South African wineries
The wine industry is feeling the pinch so much that "some wine estates are being sold" and most of them bottle their wines overseas because it is cheaper to do so there than domestically.
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With maturing or declining sales in many traditional markets, wine companies across the globe are increasingly searching for new growth markets.
Bulk wine shipments impacting on South African wine industry
As global trade flows have changed over the past two decades, supply chain logistics have had to evolve accordingly and developing the ability to ship wine in bulk has had increasing implications for the way in which the wine industry operates.
South African Grape-Farm Workers Suspend Strike Pending Review
South African farmworkers in the grape growing region of Western Cape Province suspended a week old strike to allow the government to review minimum wages after protests that saw vineyards and houses set alight
Distell makes Le Domaine sparkling wine available in UK
Distell international marketing manager Sarah Gandy told Harpers that it is an ideal time to launch Le Domaine in the UK as the region is looking for low strength wines and is awaiting Christmas season
South Africa grape projections on course as early harvest begins
Estimates are between 53.8 and 55.1 million 4.5 kg equivalent cartons, compared to 54.65 million last year.
South Africa Cultivates Wine Market
South Africa is the world's seventh-largest wine-producing country. As the wine industry has grown, there has been a growing focus on expanding the country's wine-drinking customer base
South Africa Cultivates Wine Market
South Africa is the world's seventh-largest wine-producing country. As the wine industry has grown, there has been a growing focus on expanding the country's wine-drinking customer base.
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