• Vineyards sit beneath hills at a farm near Stellenbosch, in the country's wine producing region, South Africa, November 13, 2015. U.S. President Barack Obama said last week that he planned to revoke duty-free status for South African agricultural goods in 60 days under a program set up to help African exporters. Picture taken November 13, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings - RTS7KEG
    November 24, 2016  

    South Africa is known for its breathtaking vineyards — but the poor urban settlements of Cape Town are not. Yet here, too, farmers are relying on growing grapes to support themselves, in a community where the average annual income is only $1800. The Township Winery represents an experiment that could revolutionize the socio-economics of the city. Special correspondent Martin Seemungal reports.
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  • January 1, 2013  

    With more than 700 vineyards, Washington state has become a premier location for viticulture. One community college has created a winemaking degree that fosters economic, environmental and cultural sustainability in and around the city of Walla Walla where vineyards continue to sprout. Special correspondent John Tulenko reports. Continue reading