Lovers of wine could be tempted to take flights to South Africa to sample some of the local produce.

Lovers of wine could be tempted to take flights to South Africa to sample some of the local produce.

A new guide has been produced to highlight the wide range of South Africa wine farms and their high-quality wines.

The latest edition of the Wine Tourism Handbook is now available and for the first time includes details on vineyards in the province of KwaZulu-Natal and the Garden Route.

Mobile phone users will also be able to download the guide directly on to their handsets so they can access information while on holiday. It also gives advice on the ten must-do activities for each region.

Publisher Monika Elias explained that South Africa’s wine industry is reacting to the worldwide growth in social networking and is keen to expand its audience by making use of the new technology.

“The latest Wine Tourism Handbook will not only have a one-year shelf life but will be supported by a comprehensive social media package,” said Ms Elias.

Written by Erin Marshall.

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