Diverse Flavours is to highlight premium South African wines and Japanese sake at the upcoming TFWA World Exhibition (Green Village, K55).
Seeing an increasing demand for new duty free products, the company is introducing a range of South African wines that offer what it describes as a unique variation of regionalism, diversity, history and taste profiles.
The distributor will offer almost 50 different wines from some of South Africa’s top wineries including Avondale organic wines and Sauvignon Blanc producer Cape Point Vineyards.
Cederberg wines from South Africa’s highest winery at 1,000 metres above sea level will also be showcased.
Other wines from South Africa that will be on display are from Deetlefs, the country’s second oldest winery, which is still run by the seventh generation of the family – Kobus Deetlefs.
Produced in the Stellenbosch region, Ernie Els Wines – named after the South African golfer – will be featured at the show.
From the country’s oldest winery dating back to 1685, Groot Constantia wines are also included in the line-up.
Completing the list are Napier, from the wine-producing region of Wellington and known for its wines with intense fruit flavours; and 88 Vineyards, which is made for consumers seeking new and different flavours.
Diverse Flavours will also be showcasing and offering samples of its new premium hand-crafted, limited batch gin from the Cape Floral Kingdom, the Cape Diversity Gin. The new expression is distilled from classic gin and indigenous botanicals, a spirit reflecting the diversity of the Cape Floral Kingdom, an endemic plant region found only in South Africa.
Aside from its range of South African wines and spirits, the distributor will be presenting its premium Sake portfolio. It will feature Sakuramasamune – one of the oldest sake breweries from Kobe; the famous Kinshimasamune from Kyoto and Koshitsukano from Niigata. ✈