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Bottega, by Profumi D'Italia - Alcohol

Bottega, by Profumi D'Italia

Profumi D’Italia imports a range of superior quality products from Italy, including a spectrum of exquisite-tasting Flavoured Grappa and Prosecco sparkling wines and as well as a range of superior organic foods. Their premium, superior quality brands of Bottega, Alexander and Terre di San Giorgio are distributed through restaurants, hotels, delicatessens and retail stores nationally around South Africa
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Cape Legends - Alcohol

Cape Legends

Cape Legends, an impressive portfolio of superlative quality, award-winning wines from several boutique estates in diverse terroirs of the Cape Winelands.
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DGB - Alcohol


DGB, South Africa's largest independent wine and spirit producer and distributor, with world-class wine and spirit brands marketed globally.
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DISTELL – Spirits, RTD’s, Fruit Cocktails - Alcohol

DISTELL – Spirits, RTD’s, Fruit Cocktails

At Distell, we create brands quite literally from the ground up. Each brand starts as a tiny seed - or a germ of an idea - and is then crafted and nurtured to its final perfection through years of care and dedication.
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Distell Wines - Alcohol

Distell Wines

At Distell, we create brands quite literally from the ground up. Each brand starts as a tiny seed - or a germ of an idea - and is then crafted and nurtured to its final perfection through years of care and dedication.
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KWV - Alcohol


For KWV, making brandy is not just a business but a passion. The responsibility of ensuring the taste, quality and consistency of a brand rooted deep in South African heritage, weighs on the shoulders of KWV Chief Brandy Master, Kobus Gelderblom and his team.
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Stellar Winery - Alcohol

Stellar Winery

Stellar Organic Winery, South Africa’s largest producer of fine organic wines, situated in the Lower Olifants River Valley in the semi-arid area of Namaqualand
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Stellenbosch Vineyards - Alcohol

Stellenbosch Vineyards

Stellenbosch Vineyards™ is one of South Africa's top wine producers and the country’s fifth largest packaged wine exporter, bringing 80% of our volume to markets around the globe with the rest sold locally.
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Swartland Winery - Alcohol

Swartland Winery

Swartland Winery, prides itself on producing award-winning natural wines, in the diverse microclimates of the Swartland region of South Africa.
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