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SA wine grape crop 2019 marginally larger

SA wine grape crop 2019 marginally larger

The 2019 South African wine grape harvest is expected to be only slightly larger than last year’s much smaller crop, due to vineyards still recovering from a three year drought, bad weather during fruit set in October and a continued decline in wine grape vineyards....
SA wyndruifoes 2019 effens groter

SA wyndruifoes 2019 effens groter

Die 2019 Suid-Afrikaanse wyndruifoes sal na verwagting slegs ietwat groter as verlede jaar se klein oes wees vanweë die feit dat wingerde steeds van ʼn drie jaar lange droogte herstel, swak weer gedurende korrelset in Oktober en ʼn voortgesette krimpende wingerdstand....
SA Wine Industry turns a new corner

SA Wine Industry turns a new corner

There is a renewed energy in the South African wine industry, as it turns a new corner following a long downward cycle. Now more than ever, wine grape producers need to take ownership of their future and leverage the opportunities, information and partnerships...
SA wynbedryf neem ‘n nuwe wending

SA wynbedryf neem ‘n nuwe wending

Daar is ‘n hernieude energie in die Suid-Afrikaanse wynbedryf terwyl dit ‘n nuwe wending neem na ‘n lang afwaartse siklus. Nou meer as ooit, moet wyndruifprodusente eienaarskap van hul toekoms neem en die beskikbare geleenthede, inligting en...
Vititec vernuwe handelsmerk

Vititec vernuwe handelsmerk

Vititec, die toonaangewende verskaffer van hoë gehalte wingerdplantmateriaal aan die Suid-Afrikaanse wynbedryf, het sy handelsmerk vernuwe om sy erns as volhoubare wynbedryfvennoot te beklemtoon. Die handelsmerkvernuwing is 17 Januarie tydens die jaarlikse Nedbank...
Vititec launches new look

Vititec launches new look

Vititec, the trusted producer of high quality vineyard plant material to the South African wine industry, has renewed the brand to emphasise its commitment as a sustainable wine industry partner. The rebranding was launched at the annual Nedbank Vinpro Information Day...