Diverse Flavours has added Delaire Graff Estate to its line-up of South African wines at next month’s TFWA World Exhibition & Conference (Red Village L34).

The wine supplier will showcase more than 50 wines from different estates and regions, including Stellenbosch, Constantia, Paarl, Cederberg, Breedekloof and Wellington. Diverse Flavours said its portfolio offers a variation of regionalism, diversity, history and taste profiles.

A Cannes deubut: Wines from the Delaire Graff Estate

The company said its wines continue to perform strongly in Asia and the Middle East, in both airport duty free shops, and on major airlines in First and Business Class pouring.

Delaire Graff Estate is known as ‘The Jewel of the Cape Winelands’. The estate, in the heart of South Africa’s Stellenbosch region, was acquired by the Founder of Graff Diamonds, Laurence Graff, in 2003. The Delaire Graff Estate portfolio includes two Sauvignon Blancs, a Chardonnay, a Chenin Blanc and a Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc blend. The red wine offer features Botmaskop, the flagship Bordeaux blend, a Cabernet Sauvignon Reserve and the Laurence Graff Reserve.

Kleinood Estate wines include this 2016 Tamboerskloof

Diverse Flavours will highlight a Groot Constantia wine and chocolate pairing pack to highlight the strength in cross category selling.

Ernie Els, Avondale and Cederberg wines will be spotlighted, along with expressions from Napier. Napier’s wines are known in Japan and Asia through the Tears of God wine comic book. Diverse Flavours will feature a new Napier book, Lion Creek, for the first time.

Wines from the Kleinood Estate, including Tamboerskloof Syrah, Viognier Rose in Stellenbosch, plus Ghost Corner and 88 Vineyards complete the Cannes portfolio.

“The Diverse Flavours business model of flexibility, speed, and service, offers our customers the opportunity to consolidate great wines from multiple wine estates with ease and reliability,” Diverse Flavours stated.

Cederberg and 88 Vineyards are included in the Diverse Flavours portfolio