Are Bonang’s bottles of bubbly worth R399 a pop?

by Aroos Gul
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Bonang's bottle

Are Bonang’s bottles of bubbly worth R399 a pop?

Bonang Matheba revealed its lavish refreshment brand House of BNG on Monday at a ritzy occasion at the Riboville Boutique Hotel in Johannesburg, where Kork performed on its first items, Brut and Brut Rosé Méthode Cap Classique (MCC).

“We have the absolute best grape assortments on the planet here in South Africa, so I picked the Méthode Cap Classique wine, which was made similarly as champagne however with trick grapes,” he said in a public statement.

Bonang has gone through the most recent two years working with Jeff Greer, a pioneer in wine, to create bubbles. She intends to include shimmering wine and a reinforcement MCC to the gathering sometime in the not too distant future, which she will call her mom Charlotte.

Place of BNG Brut and Brut Rosé MCCs are sold on the Woolworths site in the R399 bottle.

Contrasted with another neighbourhood MCCs on the site, which normal somewhere in the range of R115 and R150 per bottle, the cost is exceptionally high.

Bonang's bottle

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA? MARCH 18: Bonang Matheba during the House of BNG BY BONANG launch at the Riboville Boutique Hotel, Waterfall Estate on March 18, 2019, in Johannesburg, South Africa. Media personality Bonang Matheba, known as Queen B, launched her own Methode Cap Classique (MCC) sparkling wine called House of Bonang, which she described as her passion that has been in the making for years. (Photo by Gallo Images/Oupa Bopape)

Indeed, you get a container of genuine French champagne from Moet and Chandon or Tattinger for about $ 150.

Are rankles from Bonang worth the cost?

Boshuman Tsutitsi, editorial manager of The Sunday Times Lifestyle Magazine, had the chance to appreciate every single one of them amid the dispatch of House of BNG. Here are her contemplations:

“The brood is tasty – I don’t care for avoiding more than the R200 for MCC, however, I can envision that for the R399 prize.” House of BNG brut is a genuine challenge for the most settled MCC brands, which does not stream excessively (as is regular with some MCCs). It’s a superb taste, yet be cautious, it will get you immediately, regardless of whether my MCC and champagne resistance is high.

Then again, “The Bread Rose” tasted astounding harshness. Brut Rosé is generally lighter and better than Brut, however, a BNG house has right around a restorative taste. Skip it and spend your cash on rearing! “

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