Ntsiki Biyela, the first black woman winegrowerin South Africa

Originally from a village in Kwazulu-Natal, Ntsiki Biyela is now head of a production of 65,000 liters per year and also exports to the United States.

This 37-year-old South African has managed to impose herself in a world dominated by the white and male elite.

She was named winemaker of the year in 2009, a great success in a country where blacks, mestizos and women are still very little represented in the wine world.

 

 

Gova-Media

Author: Gova-Media