Wilderness Safaris Little Makalolo team with their certificates after attending a training course with Under the Influence – photos are via Wilderness Safaris
“Drinking a really special wine is such a tactile experience”, he says. “It is totally linked to the land where the wine comes from, the people who you share it with, and the place you are drinking it in. There are very few places in the world that are better to experience a world-class bottle of wine than on a safari. You aren’t drinking it in a sterile, brightly lit restaurant environment. On the contrary, the sights, sounds and smells of the bush are all around you, and this really enhances the experience.”
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