A very cheeky label from Fairview
30 Oct 2003 by JR
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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