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Topic - Tukwini Mandela
"We are praising our ancestors," said Tukwini Mandela. "We are telling the story of our family and who we come from with these wines so it's only natural that we would use the name Mandela."
"The wine movement is growing," said Tukwini Mandela, his granddaughter. "More and more people are experimenting with wine beyond spirit drinks. And there's a large segment of the black community who is interested in wine now."