The wine industry in South Africa comes a long way. As such our wines are known to be among the best in the world.
According to statistics provided by the Paris-based International Organisation of Vine and Wine (OIV) in April 2019, South Africa ranks ninth among the biggest wine-producing countries in the world. Our production capacity as a country was 9.5 million hectolitres (10.8 in 2017).
The entrance of young wine producers adds to that value. Lata Ngoasheng was interviewed by UNISA Radio where he spoke about the growth of the LN Brand of wines. He explains how the birth of his son brought to life a passion he has carried for more than 15 years.
South African Wine History
Liberated by the advent of democracy in 1994, the South African wine industry has gone from strength to strength. South African wine exports reaching 420.2 litres in 2018. Currently, more than 3 029 farmers cultivate some 94 545 hectares of land under vines. LN Wines seeks to tap into this exposure. LN Wines wants to ensure that South Africa wines get the best highlight not just for their quality but the association they bring to the lifestyle, the celebration of family relations and friendships.
As an institution of higher learning, this interview on UNISA Radio provided the ideal platform to educate aspiring wine enthusiasts and future winemakers and producers