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It's wine o'clock Xmas

Motibhai Group
Friday, December 08, 2017

THERE is no doubt wines have been one of the best companions with food and entertainment for thousands of years now.

In fact, wines have literally evolved together with civilisation over many generations.

While the history of wines goes back to thousands of years, it has gained more popularity in the past century with mass production and brand loyalty which has made certain names a world-wide favourite.

Here in Fiji, there is no shortage of good wine — thanks to Motibhai Group which has been distributing quality wines for all occasions and suited to all tastes for many years now.

"The brands we distribute are world-renowned and collectively have won numerous awards at food and wine shows and other important events across the globe," said Motibhai Group manager hospitality sales Nitesh Chand.

"Our wines have become part of your daily life, whether it's a normal day or time for celebration. Many a times people may not realise that you can actually pair a wine not only for each food course, but also for each segment of the evening — upon arrival, appetisers, toasting, after dinner sippers and so on."

Meanwhile, Motibhai Group has rolled out special offers on Blossom Hill and Yellowglen wines for this festive season.

For more information, customers can refer to the advertisement featured in The Fiji Times.

Blossom Hill and Yellowglen wines are distributed in Fiji by Motibhai Group — touching your lives with quality products.

About Blossom Hill

Blossom Hill began with a revolution.

Back in 1992, in the Californian sunshine, our first winemaker Carol Thorup passionately believed that wine should be enjoyed not debated. Complex terminology and vintages were drowning out what mattered most — taste!

So taste is where she started — and that's when the world started to fall in love with Blossom Hill.

Full of big, fruity flavours

When it comes to our wines, we think about their taste first and foremost — sumptuous, mouth-watering and delicious. From juicy red berries to zesty citrus and wonderful watermelons there's a whole world of taste. So that's all we talk about when we talk about our wines.

A wine for every taste

More than 20 years later, there is a Blossom Hill wine to suit all tastes and occasions — from classic crisp whites to fruity reds and fresh rosés. This means that everyone can find something to love in Blossom Hill.

About Yellowglen

Yellowglen has been satisfying the taste buds of wine lovers for the past 46-years with more and more people getting mesmerised with its sparkling taste and unique aroma day by day.

Launched in 1971 by Ballarat businessman Ian Home, Yellowglen has effectively positioned itself as Australia's most successful and prestigious sparkling wine brand. Now owned by the Treasury Wine Estates (TWE), Yellowglen is proud to have created a brand new era of sparkling.

As Australia's most popular sparkling, Yellowglen has become an icon of celebration not only in the land Down Under but in Fiji as well.








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