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Black South African winemaker shakes up industry

A picture taken on October 18, 2017 shows wine filled oaks stored at the Koelenhof Winery where South African winemaker Ntsiki Biyela produces and bottle her wine in Stellenbosch, South Africa. With a history dating back over three centuries, South Africa's world-renowned wine industry has long been the domain of generations of few elite white families. Biyela, 39, shot to fame in 2004 as South Africa's first black female winemaker, shattering stereotypes about black people's affinity for wine

 

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