Small Vineyard Sites Help Young South African Winery Stick With Its Own Style

James Molesworth
Issue: June 15, 2007

The first vintage for South African winery Cape Point Vineyards was 2000. Duncan Savage, 29, came aboard in 2002 and became Cape Point's winemaker, his first winemaking job. "You want to learn from the other guys but still be an individual," said Savage of what it's like to run a winery right off the bat.

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