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February 03, 2010 
Bottles of Seven Sisters wine imported from South Africa are seen inside Gnarly Vines wine shop in Brooklyn,... 
Brooklyn, UNITED STATES 
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Bottles of Seven Sisters wine imported from South Africa are seen inside Gnarly Vines wine shop in Brooklyn, New York, January 29, 2010. Until 1994 when apartheid ended blacks had been banned from owning land and wineries. Today, there are about 4,000 wineries in South Africa but only two are owned by black families. "I thought someone needs to tell these stories. Why not us," said Selena Cuffe, 34, who runs Heritage Link Brands, a U.S. company that imports wines produced by black South Africans. Picture taken January 29, 2010. To match Reuters Life! WINES-SAFRICA/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY) 
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