Two German Winemakers Team Up In South Africa

Issue: May 31, 2000

May 31st, 2000 Two German Winemakers Team Up In South Africa Two German vintners famed for their Rieslings have branched out to make a new red wine in South Africa. Bernhard Breuer of the Georg Breuer winery and Bernd Philippi of Koehler-Ruprecht recently teamed up with a Johannesburg lawyer, Stephan du Toit, to produce Mont-du-Toit, a new label from the Wellington region.

For the full article, check out the new issue of Wine Spectator, on newsstands May 31, 2000.

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