Stephen Skelton MW

As a wine-producing country, Zimbabwe is certainly not well known. However, despite the tough economic situation and the recent troubles sparked by the more than doubling of the price of fuel, there are still vineyards being worked and wine made, as I discovered during a recent visit at the request of the three separate Zimbabwean ministry departments for Agriculture, South Employment and Fand Lesettlement. They requested that I come and see what was happening in the

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