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  • n. A South African grape variety
  • n. A red wine made from these grapes


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  • This includes, of course, not only a great selection of organic wines, but South Africa's signature pinotage, which they serve in a small decanter to let the wine really breathe.

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  • “You were asking for a Groot Constantia pinotage?”

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  • “We have a wide selection of pinotage,” Tanya said.

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  • Would you like a glass of pinotage as well, Conor?

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  • The 20 cases of Groene Cloof pinotage and cabernet totalled

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  • United Kingdom, lost 10 hectares (25 acres) of pinotage grapes in the fires while its neighbours, Delheim, Lievland and Warwick, lost between 10 and 20 percent of their vineyards.

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  • The neighbouring Warwick estate lost six hectares (15 acres) of vines - half of its pinotage grapes which were "very badly" burnt, owner Norma Ratcliffe said Monday.

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  • The 1995 Kanonkop Pinotage was voted the finest pinotage in the competition.

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  • Warwick pinotage and listening to Jabulani Ntshangase detail its superior qualities over a lesser vintage they already tried.

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