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From Jamie Goode

Jamie Goode

So, you are a young winemaker. You have dreams: you've always wanted to make wine your way. But you are employed by a big company whose owner has a clear idea of the wines that she or he would like to make. There are severe financial obstacles to going out on your own, because you really need the salary to feed your family while you build your own business up.

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In Claudia's glass

In our glass this week is the delicious, refreshing Metis Sauvignon Blanc from Klein Constantia. Inspired by Pascal Jolivet and his holistic approach to winemaking in Sancerre, using a unique and minimalistic approach to winemaking, this wine shows the true expression of the Constantia terroir. The name Metis refers to the collaboration between the two countries to produce this great wine and is reflected in the flower on the label that is a hybrid of the South African Protea and French Iris.

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