Graça is a friendly, exuberant wine. It has warmth, charm, a "cheeky" personality and a continental image. The blend appeals to both occasional and knowledgeable drinkers. The brand suits a fun-loving, outgoing lifestyle.
Conveniently packaged in both 750ml and 375ml (the Bambino), Graça can be enjoyed either when dining with friends at a restaurant or alone at home.
Graça is packaged in a most unusual bottle and label reminiscent of imported wines. The packaging has an upmarket presence with a difference. Graça was first launched in 1983, followed by a Rose extension in 1999.
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South Africa’s favourite talking, eating, drinking, laughing, singing, sharing wine is celebrating its 30th birthday. Fun, affordable, and best shared with friends, this cheeky Portuguese-style white wine has found its way onto tables around the country since its launch in 1983.
Graça, South Africa’s talking, eating, drinking, laughing, singing and sharing wine has found an ingenious solution for the ham-handed or inner-klutz of us all.
Graça, South Africa’s favourite talking, eating, drinking, laughing, singing, and above all, sharing wine, has blown its top, changing from its traditional cork closure to a screwcap.
Distell, Africa’s leading wines and spirits producer and marketer, is capitalising on its roots in premium and fine wine and is launching Libertas Vineyards and Estates as a new stand-alone company with ownership of all the premium wine brands.
Nederburg’s Heritage Heroes The Motorcycle Marvel 2016 has been announced the winner of the “best wine from South Africa” trophy at the 10th annual Cathay Pacific Hong Kong International Wine & Spirit Competition. It also earned a gold award.
The Nederburg winery near Paarl achieved a combined total of 41 medals at the recent 2018 Veritas Awards and 2018 Michelangelo International Wine & Spirits Awards. The accolades were awarded at two glitzy ceremonies held in Cape Town.
South Africa’s national team of top wine tasters, comprising wine lovers from across the country who qualified via the South African Wine Tasting Championships (SAWTC) earlier this year, will be departing African shores at this end of this week to compete in the World Blind Tasting Championship (WBTC) in Bezier, Languedoc, in France, on 13 October.