Bon Cap Organic shines at Concours de Mondial Brussels

Friday, 7 May, 2004
Michelle du Preez
The Belgium market is a reference for quality - not only in Europe but also world-wide
Bon Cap Organic Wines, situated in the remote picturesque valley of Eilandia, just outside Robertson has just received two gold medal awards at the 2004 Monde Selection - International Institute for Quality Selection, Brussels (Belgium).

'Belgium is a non producing wine country and Brussels is the headquarters of the European Union. The people living here are well known for their knowledge of wine. The Belgium market is a reference for quality not only in Europe but also world-wide. This excellent reputation applies to consumers and importers. The International Wine Contest organized by Monde Selection is recognized by the European Union (under the supervision of the Belgian Ministry of Economic Affairs) and in accordance of the guidelines / regulations for the international wine awards which where lay down by the Office International de la Vigne et du Vin (OIV).'

The results of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles, where made known during the Brussels Wine Expo (3rd - 5th of May 2004).

'This award once again underwrites our true believe about our wines, we sell quality wines with the add-on value of being certified as organic under the European Union Standards and also carry USDA standards for America.'

Bon Cap received the following awards at the Concours Mondial:
*Bon Cap Organic Cabernet Sauvignon 2002
*Bon Cap Organic Cabernet Sauvignon / Syrah 2002

During the run of Cape Wine 2004 Bon Cap launched their totally revised label.

All the wines from the 2003 vintage are available from the winery Monday - Friday (08h00 - 17h00) and Saturday - Sunday (09h00 - 16h00).

Issued by: Michelle du Preez, Bon Cap Organic Wines, Robertson
Tel: +27 (0) 23 626-1628