Pioneering winemakers of South Africa (UK)
Up in the mountains north of Cape Town, the revolutionaries are massing. This is Swartland – ”the black land’’ – a place of big skies, where wheat fields blaze, grey-barked renosterbos (”rhinoceros bush’’) grows in abundance and the landscape is chequered with vineyards, writes Victoria Moore for The Telegraph. The revolutionaries are gathering in the small town of Riebeek Kasteel. They are wearing identical striped scarves emblazoned with a red star but, instead of Kalashnikovs, each one is armed with a wine glass.