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Driven by innovation and fuelled to make products our consumers can believe in, KWV is proud to feature locally and globally for its range of award-winning wines and spirits.

KWV PROUD OF EXCEPTIONAL PERFORMANCE AT DECANTER WORLD WINE AWARDS 2021

Celebration fires are burning high at KWV following another incredible performance in a global wine competition, this time at the Decanter World Wine Awards 2021 (DWWA). KWV is exceptionally proud that its wines secured multiple medals from Decanter, a competition regarded as the “largest and most influential” of its kind. Notably, KWV is honoured to announce that two of its wines secured a Decanter Platinum medal, reserved for wines that scored 97 or more out of a possible 100. In total, KWV secured no less than 15 medals in the 90+ score range.

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Driven by innovation and fuelled to make products our consumers can believe in, KWV is proud to feature locally and globally for its range of award-winning wines and spirits.

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KWV WELCOMES JUSTIN CORRANS AS ITS CHIEF WINEMAKER

KWV is excited to welcome Justin Corrans as its new Chief Winemaker. Corrans joins the KWV fold having previously served as the CEO of Breedekloof winery, Mountain Ridge. His appointment is backed by nearly twenty years of international and local wine industry experience, a meticulous approach to winemaking, sound technical knowledge and an unwavering passion for South African wine.

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MAKING HISTORY: KWV CRUXLAND GIN FIRST SOUTH AFRICAN GIN TO WIN WORLD’S BEST LONDON DRY GIN

Cape Town – It’s official: The coveted KWV Cruxland Gin is now the best London Dry Gin in the world – a first for South African gins. After final tastings by acclaimed judges all over the world, KWV Cruxland Gin was named the World’s Best London Dry Gin at the 2020 World Gin Awards in London on 27 February. For the first time in history, a South African gin has secured this title. KWV’s celebrated Cruxland Gin did not only beat entries from England, the king of gin, but also France, Japan, Canada, Germany, China, Italy, Denmark, Spain, Belgium and Sweden.

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