Winemaking in South Africa has evolved immeasurably since the mid-1990s when the country opened up to the international wine scene. Winemakers began flying around the world and absorbing information to apply back at home. Over the years South Africa has cemented its own identity as a wine producing nation and got under the skin of the stark regionality the winelands offer. From flagship Chenin Blanc to New Wave Pinotage, elegant Stellenbosch Cabernets, cool climate Sauvignons, Swartland blends of anything and everything, world class Syrah, old vine Semillon, age-worthy Chardonnay, etc., etc., Where will South Africa go next? Checking in with some of the countries most respected winemakers to get the latest trends and news on how 2021 is shaping up.