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Pinotage - misunderstood?
2 Nov 2009 by Richard Hemming
Richard Hemming kicks off a week that will see quite a number of tasting notes on some of South Africa's most exciting wines. To find out more about the Cape's own red wine grape, see the Pinotage Association . See members feedback on this thread in the forum. Most New World countries have one. Those countries that don't have one, want one, something to differentiate their country, something unique, something identifiable: California Zinfandel, Chilean Carmenère, Argentine Malbec … or South African Pinotage. As the old adage runs, be careful what you wish for. I'm trying not to Pinotage-bash unduly here,...

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