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My Latest in BKWine Magazine: Ntsiki Biyela, the First Black Female Winemaker in South Africa

By Binnotes @binnotes

Wines of South Africa: Part 1 of 3

My latest in BKWine Magazine:  Ntsiki Biyela, the first black female winemaker in South Africa

Ntsiki Biyela, award-winning black woman winemaker from South Africa has her own brand, Aslina, as well as a Wines for the World project with Napa’s Helen Keplinger called Suo.

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Ntsiki Biyela, South Africa’s first black woman wine maker.

Ntsiki Biyela, the first black female winemaker in South Africa

by L.M. Archer

What would you do if you won a scholarship to study a program you knew nothing about, at a place where you didn’t speak the language?

Well, if you’re Kwa-Zulu Natal-born Ntsiki Biyela (En-tee-kee Bee-ye-la), you successfully attend University of Stellenbosch, learn Afrikaans, the regional dialect, and emerge as South Africa’s first black female winemaker. Read more here.

Read the Swedish translation here.

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