We are working closely with local government to ensure a sustainable future for our industry and are fortunate to have the support and encouragement from key people within these structures.
Both our approach and our tannins are unique and indigenous to this country – we have the opportunity to make a ‘Proudly South African’ impact on the wider global wine fraternity. Therefore our relationship with industry bodies is critical as we roll out this concept to producers across the country.
There is a huge opportunity to involve local communities in the growing of our indigenous plants. We are excited to be involved with those in the industry working tirelessly to educate people and develop a sustainable future for communities around the Southern and Western Cape regions.
We have strong relationships with those involved in getting the product from raw material to final product stage and understand the nuances involved in securing, storing and producing extracts of consistently high quality.
We undertake to work closely and continually share our knowledge and learnings with those involved in using our extracts. We see this as a joint journey of discovery and look forward to all the new ideas still to be explored.
We will continue to fly the flag for better quality, healthier wine options and will do our part in educating and informing consumers of the benefits of drinking wine made with our RDNT extracts.