Graham Beck dies

28 July, 2010

Graham Beck, the name behind one of South Africa’s best-known wine brands, has died aged 80.

According to reports, the winemaker died at his London home on Monday evening and is to be flown to Israel for burial.

Beck’s vineyards are on four farms in the Western Cape province of South Africa. He was also known in the mining industry and for breeding horses.





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