Enjoy wine, the Ujva way

EVER heard of captivating Ujva Wines?

Guess not. Let me ease the pain- it’s a wine like no other, talk of never ageing!

It comes in three varieties – Pinotage Reserve, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.

According to its founders, it gives you a glimpse into a captivating history. It embodies not only the environment in which the grapes are grown but also the essence of the country of its origin.

The art of making wine asks that the artists put their spirit, dedication, and pride into the wines, thus making each wine unique.

Ambuj Agarwal, the CEO of Ujva Wines and his co-partner, who both studied and worked in both Paris and London, believe “our passion is wine drinking and hence our focus has always been the taste of the wine before anything else”.

Ujva meaning ‘The Right Way’ was conceived in 2021- and according to Agarwal: “We bring you the best of South African wine at an accessible price and it is our belief that wine should be enjoyed as part of occasions and celebrations to create the best memories.”

The Pinotage, which is a uniquely South African varietal, is their flagship wine. It best portrays South Africa as a successful wine producer and as a diverse country. The wine is from 2018 and matured in French Oak barrels to give you an exceptional wine experience.

Chardonnay wine has fresh fruity flavours – lime, grapefruit, and citrus.

It is light yellow, in colour, with a hint of green. It must be enjoyed now and within the next year.

It is very refreshing and an easy drinking wine and can be enjoyed at any time of the day and on any occasion. Be it lunch or evening drinks at a party.

The ‘Sauv Blanc’ is a pale lemon-yellow colour with an intense combination of litchi, melon, and gooseberries flavours. It has an energising acidity with a long-lasting taste.

You can certainly enjoy the ‘Sauv Blanc’ in most situations.

It is available in the market.

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