OBiKWA capped SA’s Best Value Chardonnay in the USA

Monday, 22 October, 2012
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OBiKWA has once again kicked up a storm in the world of best value wines by scooping the Best South African Chardonnay title for wines priced under $20 in the 2012 World Value Wine Challenge run by the Beverage Testing Institute in the USA.
Impressing the judges with America’s favourite white varietal, the fruity, best value OBiKWA Chardonnay 2011 with its easy drinking palate is described as “well made,” by the Chicago based tasting panel. Available at a mere $7.99 per bottle this wine is a real steel for American consumers.  

“As quality varietal wines that don’t take themselves too seriously, OBiKWA has evolved into a global brand associated with adventure and a sense of fun. It is excellent to be recognised for creating a quality, pocket friendly wine in this category which represents 90% of all wines sold in the United States,” says OBiKWA Global Marketing Manager, Tania Kotze.

Taking a fresh look at what value wines are, the USA based World Value Wine Challenge, provides a comprehensive guide for wines retailing at $20 and under, but that reflect the quality of higher priced wines for value-conscious American consumers in search of the best wines for their budget.

Boasting various Best Value accolades on local and international turf, you know that OBiKWA is not just a quality cultivar wine with an exuberant sense of adventure, but it is also friendly on your pocket. 
The OBiKWA Chardonnay sticks its neck out in leading supermarkets and liquor outlets country-wide at around R28 per bottle. 

For more information on the wide range of OBiKWA wines visit www.obikwa.com and join the OBiKWA tribe on Facebook.

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OBiKWA Chardonnay.
OBiKWA Chardonnay.

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