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A wine growing region since 1685, Constantia sits on the peninsula that snakes out into the south Atlantic. Having the ocean on both sides moderates the climate and the ripening season is long as well as very wet. The combinations of this damp yet warm climate with a rich loamy soil means the vines tend to be vigorous, so wines of any quality rely on heavy pruning and vineyard management to limit yields.

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