Make your Easter sparkle with gorgeous KWV bubbly cocktails

Mellow into autumn with an enchanting KWV Sparkling Wine cocktail as we adapt to cooler climes and warmer hues with our tastes leaning towards richer, more comforting pleasures.

Vibrant KWV Sparkling Wine tempered with a gently sweet splash of their Classic Cape Ruby fortified dessert wine is a gorgeous combo for an indulgent autumn cocktail. This sultry Ruby Sparkler allures with dark berries and a hint of butterscotch wrapped in a warm autumn glow. It is assembled in seconds to add lustre to your Easter weekend. Just pour KWV Sparkling Wine over a smidgen of KWV Cape Ruby, add a few berries and enjoy!

Available in Cuvée Brut and Demi-Sec, there is a KWV Sparkling Wine for all tastes and occasions. These stylish bubblies are an easy fit for people who like to savour the moment and reconnect with life’s more simple pleasures. Made from Chenin Blanc grapes, these uncomplicated, rich and fruity sparkling wines will invigorate any get-together with their lively bursts of tropical flavours.

KWV Classic Cape Ruby is a fruity port-style wine with beautiful dark berry flavours complemented by notes of caramel, butterscotch and a distinct nuttiness.

Together they make a beautiful autumn cocktail. Whether you are staying home this Easter or getting away with friends for the long weekend, be sure to include this KWV Ruby Sparkler into the mix.

Enjoyed on their own or in fabulous bubbly cocktails, good times are always on the cards in the company of KWV Sparkling Wine. Available countrywide at approximately R85 per bottle, you can sip on these elegant bubblies all weekend long. You will be hard pressed to find better value. For online purchases visit:

Recipe for KWV Ruby Sparkler

1 part KWV Classic Cape Ruby dessert wine
4 parts KWV Sparkling Wine
Berries to garnish

Pour the Cape Ruby into a well-chilled bubbly glass and top up with Sparkling Wine.
To garnish, add a few berries to each glass.

Mixologist’s tip: Feel free to experiment with the amount of Cape Ruby in your cocktail. If you prefer it sweeter, just add more Cape Ruby, or top up with more bubbly if you are looking for a more subtle taste.

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