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Probably one of South Africa’s most iconic wines, . Conceived as a strictly export product by KWV, this delicious red blend known the world over has been available to is spreading his wings and returning to his home country with a venture at Tswalu Kalahari, the Oppenheimer family’s private game reserve in the Northern Cape. His restaurant at Tswalu will be called Klein Jan and the focus will be on promoting the flavours of Africa, a passion he shares with the Oppenheimers. A dream of many years is finally coming to fruition and no doubt South African wines will play a key role here as they do at his restaurant in Nice. If you fly business class from Frankfurt to Doha with Qatar airlines, you will be served Skaapveld Shiraz, one of the most delicious Shiraz wines our country produces. It is from , a partnership between Tyrrel and Philip Myburgh of Joostenberg, and José Conde at Stark-Condé. The name MAN is a moniker of the first letters of their wives’ names. What a good idea to keep it in the family. Get it at Lievland, 021 300 5153.

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