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When Andrew Gunn, an engineer by training, early in 1997 set foot upon a solitary tired apple farm on a mountain top overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, he knew he had found the perfect farm. He named it Iona, after the island off the West Coast of Scotland where his ancestors hail from.
With the effects of climate change being felt around the world and the global Race To Zero gaining momentum ahead of the COP 26 climate change conference taking place next month in Scotland, we decided to take a look at how one South African carbon neutral winery is forging a sustainable future.
There is only one small problem with wine tasting: driving home. Enter the Franschhoek Wine Tram. Touted as the best way to view the Cape Winelands, The Franschhoek Wine Tram altogether erases the hassle of driving while offering a unique and scenic experience of South Africa’s best wine lands.