South Africa

The cultivation of vines in South Africa began in 1652 believing that wine consumption from sailors help prevent scurvy. Already in the nineteenth century the wines the Cape of Good Hope had a good recognition in Europe. Today they are typically fortified wines and spirits, but mostly is famous sweet wine of Constantine, made from Muscat. Most the varieties planted in South Africa are white, especially the "steen" and "Hanepoot" (muscat).

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