The story of M’Hudi winery

by  |  03-11-2011

The story of M’Hudi is that of a Setswana woman who was displaced by the invasion of the Zulu. Living in the bush, she met a man also separated from his people who she saved from the jaws of a lion and then settled with. Taken from the original word “Mohudi” meaning “Harvester”, it’s a story about forgiveness, courage, friendship, and determination to survive that was written in 1920’s. The M’Hudi winery has a 14,000 case production per year that is sourced from 21 producing hectares of vineyards. While the primary winemaker to date has been Jeff Grier of Villiera Cellars, they are transitioning to the family handling all the wine production, specifically the older brother, Diale Rangaka who has attended the viticulture academy. At this point, it should also be noted that the family who owns M’Hudi are black South Africans and the first family in the country to […]
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