A very cheeky label from Fairview
Charles Back and team at Fairview in South Africa are already under fire from the French for their Goats do Roam label, a good-value parody of Côtes du Rhône red and white. They have since launched a Goat Rôti and Goat d'Afrique and now they are rubbing salt into the wound with a new pair of even better wines sold with the label shown here, Goats do Roam in Villages. They really do have a flock of goats on the farm and also have some long-winded story about how these goats go from one village to another or something but it was just too complicated to take in at the end of a long tasting. It doesn't seem to...
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