A South African wine exporter which has been concentrating on the German and US markets is turning to the UK and bringing in its Indaba range through Walter Siegel. The Natural Corporation sources it grapes from the best vineyards throughout the Western Cape and the wine is made at the Swartland winery. Walter Siegel's marketing and buying director David Wright is hoping to get some listings in the independents before Christmas and is targeting the multiples, although they are unlikely to find a place for it on their shelves until after new year. Walter Siegel is already well known for its German range and supplies multiples in the £6 plus price brackets. The Indaba collection will be in the competitive £4-£6 sector and Wright said it would be supported by promotional activity including multibuy deals. The range consists of two blends, a Chenin Chardonnay and a Pinotage Cinsaut, and seven varietals ­ Chenin Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinotage, Shiraz, Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon. Wright expects the Merlot and Sauvignon Blanc to lead the way. The Natural Corporation also plays a part in the redevelopment of South Africa. Sales of Indaba fund a scholarship for black South Africans wishing to study viticulture or oenology. {{DRINKS }}