There are some 1,368 wine grape varieties detailed in Wine Grapes. Unless you like all 1,327 of them, @Rio_Jano I wonder why you picked this one for your poll.
Of course Pinotage is unique, but so then is every grape variety.
If you like certain varieties and buy a lot of them, then by definition that must mean you prefer them over others. Anyone who favours certain varieties must dislike others. If one dislikes Pinotage so be it, there are plenty of other varieties to drink. If you drank a different varietal every night it would take 3.75 years to get through those listed in the book.
@drainhole - me too. But tastes are different. There are Pinotages I don’t like and will not buy again. and two of them have been noted with approval above
@lapin_rouge I hesitate to suggest, as there are many different styles. I personally rate Bellevue (at £11.50 it’s £2.50 less expensive than the same wine at M&S with their exclusive Houdamond label) and the Exhibition Pinotage (at £11.95 a pound less expensive than the same wine at Majestic under the Kadette label.)
@MarkC you don’t say when you last had such a bad - nay faulty - Pinotage. It’s true that a lot of red South African wines that we got after the end of apartheid sanctions had this fault but while it was recognised in other varieties and people hadn’t tasted Pinotage before it was thought it was an attribute of the grape. It’s not.
It’s OK not to like certain varieties, there’s plenty, but it’s absolutely certain that your tastes will change and wines you like today will fall out of favour with time, and new ones will become your favourites.