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Ntsiki Biyela, a dreamer making her mark in the local wine industry

Written by: Gary Oberholzer

Ntsiki Biyela is a trail-blazer in many ways. More than a decade ago, she became South Africa’s first black female master wine maker. Her wines have won medals and critical acclaim, and established a growing following internationally – not bad for someone who arrived to study viticulture, having never tasted wine. She’s wry, honest and incredibly inspirational.

Click below to listen to Ntsiki in conversation with Charlotte Kilbane...


This article first appeared on 702 : Ntsiki Biyela, a dreamer making her mark in the local wine industry




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