OBIKWA does it again as SA’s Best Value Shiraz for 2nd consecutive yearJuly 26th, 2011 by H&R | Categories: Press Office
This year’s Best Value winner is the 2010 OBIKWA Shiraz, a worthy successor to last year’s top scoring 2009 vintage.
Of the 165 wines entered into this year’s Shiraz Challenge, OBIKWA was the top scoring Best Value Shiraz once again on a value scale which takes into account the quality of the wine in relation to its selling price. Generally considered by the judges as an uncomplicated wine that is appealing and fruity, the Best Value 2010 OBIKWA Shiraz is widely available at leading supermarkets and wine stores selling at around R27 a bottle.
Teeming with ripe plums, berries and oak spices, the Best Value OBIKWA Shiraz 2010 is easy on the palate with a rich, full-bodied taste and a good tannic structure. OBIKWA is a fun loving range of palate pleasing varietal wines easily recognisable by their bright yellow ostrich motif.
Currently available in 43 countries and one of the biggest South African wine brands in Canada and Australia, OBIKWA wines enjoy wide international acclaim and are trusted by wine lovers as good value, quality cultivar wines. They are down-to-earth and easy drinking, yet express their true varietal character and rich, ethnic charm at an affordable price.
Be sure to taste the Best Value OBIKWA Shiraz 2010 at the Johannesburg Wine Show at the Coca Cola Dome from 5 to 7 August 2011.