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South Africa develops A thirst For investment wine

Feb 26th 2014, 08:23


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February 2014

South Africa develops A thirst For investment wine

With commentary from Cape Legends marketing director, Ross Sleet, and Stellenzicht winemaker, Guy Webber.

With wines like the 2009 Bordeaux from Chateau Margaux selling for a cool R2 million, it is clear that purchasing wines for investment is on the rise, even in South Africa. Indeed, there’s no better time for buying and storing good wines.

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