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South African Wines Seek Local Black Market

South Africa’s clarets and chardonnays export well worldwide, but a market winemakers are now seeking to conquer is a local one — the country’s black majority who have shown unflagging loyalty to beer.
BIG SPENDING A TALENT IN SOUTH AFRICA nTHAT ‘S WHAT THIS WIND GROWER IS TRYING TO DO nYOU LET MY BERG IS HOPING THE QUINTESSENTIALLY WHITE MAN ‘S DRINK WILL WIN FANS AMONG THE COUNTRY ‘S GROWING BLACK MIDDLE CLASS nFOR THE PAST THREE YEARS HE ‘S PARTICIPATED IN THE WINE FESTIVAL IN nSO WAIT OUT nA WELL KNOWN TOWNSHIP OF JOHANNESBURG OVER THE LONG TERM INVESTMENT FOR THE nRETURN OF THE MOMENT MIRONOV DURING OVER OR NEARER TO COME BUT nIT WAS THE PRODUCT OF BECAUSE OF THE SUMMER OWNERS ARE GOING TO HAVE THEM nFOR YEARS WINE GROWERS HAVE FOCUSED ON BOOSTING SALES AMONG WHITE SOUTH AFRICANS AND NEW MARKETS OVERSEAS nIGNORING THE POSSIBLE POT OF GOLD IN THEIR OWN BACKYARD TODAY WITH SALES DROPPING OFF nBLACKS ARE BECOMING AN ATTRACTIVE MARKET THERE IS THE POTENTIAL FOR SLOW STEADY GROWTH nAND INTIMATE WIND PART nOF THE % HESITATION NONSTOP OF nMIDDLE CLASS PEOPLE AND AND THEY nSEE THAT SAY TE

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