A passion for wine, farming and the outdoors has translated into a thriving wine label for the founder of Magna Carta Wines, Mphumi Ndlangisa.
“I started Magna Carta with the ambition to make good wine,” he says. “It was more of a passion project. I wanted to get back to what I grew up with on the sugar cane farms of KZN.”
So in 2012, after much introspection, Ndlangisa quit his well-paying corporate job at a bank and decided to follow his dream. “I wanted to make wine after being stuck in a corporate job that I hated. I realised that… Read More
Corlea Fourie, winemaker Bosman Family Vineyards. Image by Peartree Photography.
Wines from Bosman Family Vineyards are certainly not new to the South African wine scene. The family is in its 8th generation of the wine business with the history of the farm in Wellington, dating back to 1699. But the wine brand De Bos is something of a newcomer and definitely one worth trying this festive season. Like all good wines, there is a story behind the making of… Read More