Esprit was launched in 1984 as one of the first flavoured wines on the South African market with a 7% alcohol by volume. The brand was re-launched in 1996 as a natural fruit ale with an alcohol level of 5% and six new fruit flavours.
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Introducing Vawter. The new alcoholic spring water with the Vodka and the lime. Vawter. Spring water… with a ‘wicked’ undercurrent.
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South African Airways has presented DGB with the SAA Chief Executive’s Award for Best Performance in 2014 and the SAA Chairperson’s Wine Award for most cases purchased, at the 29th annual SAA Wine Awards.
Enjoy a glass of Durbanville Hills Sauvignon Blanc, as you watch the sun setting over Table Bay and Table Mountain with a memorable performance by Gerrie Pretorius on Friday, 31 January 2014 - all in aid of the Môresterretjies crèche.
The fresh, lively taste of the 2013 Durbanville Hills Merlot Rosé is the perfect wine to enjoy this summer.
SAB’s World of Beer has announced the winners of the inaugural South African National Craft Brewers Championship.
Russia to raise minimum vodka prices
03/12/2013 - 08:16
Moscow - Russia plans to raise minimum vodka prices next year as it seeks to reduce consumption of alcohol, despite risks that drinkers will resort instead to cheaper illegal liquor.
Johnnie Walker maker steps further into Africa
05/11/2013 - 08:17
London - Diageo, the world's biggest spirits group which has a presence in SA, should see sales growth in Africa accelerate as it expands into new markets like Ethiopia and Angola and as rising incomes enable traditional beer drinkers to try spirits, it has said
Local liquor giant, Kasapreko Company, is 6th on Ghana Club 100 list
31/10/2013 - 08:26
Indigenous liquor giant, Kasapreko Company Limited (KCL) placed sixth in the 2013 Ghana Club 100 ranking.
Distell taps into China's cognac market
09/10/2013 - 10:23
Johannesburg - South African liquor company Distell Group Limited [JSE:DST] has acquired a 60% share in fast-growing liquor distribution company CJ Wines & Spirits‚ expanding its presence in the East.
Consumers spend more on booze than medicine
19/09/2013 - 09:31
Cape Town - South Africans spend almost four times more on alcohol and cigarettes than on medical expenses and over one and a half times more on clothes than on education, a new study has revealed.