Western Cape wine producers are sitting on 289 million litres of wine they could not sell because of lockdown regulations. According to the Department of Agriculture, this is causing complications for storing the current harvest because there's not enough space. There are also fears that the stock might end up on a criminal parallel market. - Smile 90.4FM

Western Cape wine producers are sitting on 289 million litres of wine they could not sell because of lockdown regulations. According to the Department of Agriculture, this is causing complications for storing the current harvest because there’s not enough space. There are also fears that the stock might end up on a criminal parallel market.