South Africa South Africa's climate is almost identical to Napa's, with mineral-rich soil that produces easy-to-drink wines. South Africa's wine business is dominated by large firms, which export around 20% of their product. The most common grape is white (chenin blanc), but the country is also the world's biggest producer (and until fairly recently, the only producer) of pinotage, which combines the cherry flavor of pinot noir with the earthiness of a Rhone wine. South Africa also ...

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