White wine brands Nairobi

750 ml   Ksh 1,700
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750 ml   Ksh 1,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,200
1.5 litres   Ksh 1,800
750 ml   Ksh 1,150
750 ml   Ksh 1,200
750 ml   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 1,300
1.5 litres   Ksh 1,800
750 ml   Ksh 1,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,300
1.5 litres   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 1,700
750 ml   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 1,200
750 ml   Ksh 1,600
750 ml   Ksh 1,190
750 ml   Ksh 1,950
750 ml   Ksh 1,800
750 ml   Ksh 1,400
750 ml   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 1,400
750 ml   Ksh 2,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,300
1.5 litres   Ksh 2,000
5 litres   Ksh 3,199
750 ml   Ksh 1,700
750 ml   Ksh 2,000
750 ml   Ksh 2,600
2 litres   Ksh 2,300
5 litres   Ksh 3,095
750 ml   Ksh 1,200
1.5 litres   Ksh 2,000
5 litres   Ksh 2,995
5 litres   Ksh 2,950
750 ml   Ksh 2,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,800
750 ml   Ksh 3,200
750 ml   Ksh 2,500
750 ml   Ksh 1,300
1.5 ltrs   Ksh 2,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,850
750 ml   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,500
750 ml   Ksh 3,600
750 ml   Ksh 2,500
750 ml   Ksh 3,600
750 ml   Ksh 2,300
750 ml   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,500
750 ml   Ksh 2,300
5 litres   Ksh 3,499
750 ml   Ksh 1,800
750 ml   Ksh 1,700
750 ml   Ksh 3,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,180
750 ml   Ksh 3,800
750 ml   Ksh 1,200
750 ml   Ksh 1,200
750 ml   Ksh 6,450
750 ml   Ksh 3,550
750 ml   Ksh 2,700
750 ml   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 2,200
1.5 litre   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,200
1.5 litre   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,200
1.5 litre   Ksh 2,800
1.5 litre   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 2,900
750 ml   Ksh 2,500
750 ml   Ksh 2,400
750 ml   Ksh 2,400
750 ml   Ksh 2,400
750 ml   Ksh 2,600
750 ml   Ksh 3,199
750 ml   Ksh 4,000
750 ml   Ksh 2,300
1.5 litre   Ksh 2,100
750 ml   Ksh 2,200
750 ml   Ksh 1,780
750 ml   Ksh 3,450
1 litre   Ksh 2,950
750 ml   Ksh 2,499
5 litres   Ksh 4,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,680
750 ml   Ksh 1,940
750 ml   Ksh 1,940
5 litres   Ksh 4,550
750 ml   Ksh 1,999
750 ml   Ksh 1,760
750 ml   Ksh 1,999
750 ml   Ksh 1,870
750 ml   Ksh 2,800
750 ml   Ksh 1,999
750 ml   Ksh 3,500
750 ml   Ksh 1,799
750 ml   Ksh 2,799
750 ml   Ksh 2,299
750 ml   Ksh 3,500
750 ml   Ksh 3,200
750 ml   Ksh 2,799
750 ml   Ksh 1,780
750 ml   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 1,900
750 ml   Ksh 2,000
750 ml   Ksh 1,700
750 ml   Ksh 1,700
wine brands in Kenya
No.BrandCountry of origin
1 frontera South Africa
2 4th Street South Africa
3 Cellar cask South Africa
4 Four cousins South Africa
5 Prosecco Italy
6 Robertson South Africa
7 Overmeer South Africa
8 Namaqua South Africa
9 Drostdy Hof South Africa
10 Nederburg South Africa
11 Gato Negro Chile
12 KWV Wine South Africa
13 Nobile Wines Germany
14 Asconi Chile
15 Simonsig South Africa
16 Boschendal South Africa
17 Carlo Rossi America
18 Cuvee Speciale France
19 Chamdor South Africa
20 Mouton Cadet France
21 Tommasi Italy
22 Corte Viola Fragolino Italy
23 El Chivo Chile
24 Cesari Italy
25 Apaltagua Chile
26 Nabygelegen South Africa
27 Villa antinori Italy
28 Osborne Sherry Spain
29 Black Bird South Africa
30 Pierre marcel France
31 Tre Fattori Italy
32 Jacob's Creek Australia
33 Ernie els South Africa
34 Celestial bay Australia
35 Kanonkop South Africa
36 Astoria Italy
37 Scala dei Spain
38 Cinquepassi Italy
39 Offley Portugal
40 Cavatina Italy
41 Douglas green South Africa
42 Trivento Argentina
43 Versus South Africa
44 Sileni New Zealand
45 Tilia Argentina
46 Louis Montfort France
47 Kenwood America
48 Casal Mendes Portugal
49 Penasol South Africa
50 Birds & Bees Argentina
51 cockburn's Portugal
52 Torti Italy
53 Pure Heaven South Africa
54 Sensi Italy
55 Martini Italy
56 Mara South Africa
57 Sandeman Portugal
58 Yealands New Zealand
59 Bellingham South Africa
60 Bacio Della Luna Italy
61 Oyster bay New Zealand
62 Porto Cruz Portugal
63 Culemborg South Africa
64 Cinzano Italy
65 Bottega Italy
66 Tall Horse America
67 Hardys Australia
68 Obikwa South Africa
69 Caprice South Africa
70 Canti Italy
71 Catena Argentina
72 Graham's Portugal
73 B&G France
74 Lambrusco Italy
75 JP Chenet wine South Africa
76 Arbor mist America
77 Ama La Vida France
78 Leleshwa Kenya
79 Orange River Cellars South Africa
80 Vina Lastra France
81 Trumpeter Argentina
82 Casillero del diablo Chile
83 La Mascota Argentina
84 Cono Sur Chile
85 John B South Africa
86 Chateau France
87 Clearwater Cove New Zealand
88 Vergelegen South Africa
89 Petit South Africa
90 14 Hands America
91 Alandra Portugal
92 Fish Hoek South Africa
93 Fuzion Argentina
94 Porcupine Ridge South Africa
95 Santa Cristina Italy
96 Zonin Italy
97 Cotes Du Rhone France
98 Mont Rochelle France
99 Riunite Italy
100 Castillo De molina Chile
101 Coleccion Privada Argentina
102 Rooderberg South Africa
103 Franschhoek Cellar South Africa
104 Gran Verano Chile
105 Hesketh Australia
106 Navarro Correas Argentina
107 Zonnebloem South Africa
108 Teperberg Israel
109 Stellenbosch Vineyards South Africa
110 Waterford Estate South Africa
111 Van Loveren South Africa
112 Three Thieves America
113 Duchessa Lia Italy
114 Geyser Peak America
115 Rooiberg Winery South Africa

Let us explore the world or white wine, from types of white wine, white wine brands, white wine grapes, and white wine prices in Kenya. It’s normal to find yourself confused about what wine to purchase. In the vast universe of white wine, there are so many varieties of grapes as well as wines from different wineries and origins that will make your head spin. It will be easier for you after you have learned about white wines, and you will not be in the dark anymore. First things first! Let’s highlight wine types in this category.


Types of white wine in Kenya

  1. Chardonnay
  2. Sauvignon blanc
  3. Chenin blanc
  4. Pinot grigio
  5. Riesling
  6. Moscato


The most popular white wines are dry white wines. They are amazingly refreshing, clean, and with an incredible fruity fragrance. The development of fruity flavors is a result of the cool fermentation. Storage and serving of white wines under cool temperatures is therefore essential to maintain the fruity aromas and flavors. Aging of white wines is not really a strength, with the exception of a few grape varieties which have aging potential, such as Chardonnay, Riesling, and Sauvignon Blanc.


White wines are generally light-bodied as compared to red wines, except for a few which can be full-bodied. They are often rich in acidity but lack tannins present in red wine, which is usually derived from the grape skin. You will not find those in white wines since the grape skins are not incorporated in the fermentation process. White wines are generally described in terms of richness. Even though you are a red wine enthusiast, there is so much to explore in white wines.


A distinguishing characteristic of white wines is that they are fermented without contact with grape skin. Only the juice is needed in the fermentation. What is produced is a wine with a varying color spectrum ranging from yellow-green, straw yellow, or even yellow-gold generally referred to as white wine. The difference in colors and the wide variety of white wines is attributed to the different grape varieties, the method of production, region, and also the residual sugar ratio which determines whether the white wine is classified as dry or sweet. White wine comes from white grapes whose color is usually green or yellow. Some white wines are also derived from light red grapes while taking caution to prevent staining of the wort obtained.


Dry white wines undergo complete fermentation whereas, for sweet white wine, fermentation is interrupted to prevent the complete conversion of grape sugars into alcohol, a process called fortification or mutage. The residual sugars give the sweet. So, whenever you are sipping from a high quality sweet white wine, do not develop ideas of the possibility of sugar addition. The sugar is natural from the grape skillfully retained in the course of fermentation. There are several methods utilized to enrich wort with sugars, including passerillage, which involves exposing the harvested grapes to the sun to concentrate sugars, allowing full ripening, and lastly, using the noble rot that is caused by a beneficial fungus known as Botrytis cinerea. Sounds scientific? Yeah! I Know! Winemaking is both an art and a science, probably the reason why it is so exciting to learn about wines.


If you have encountered sparkling wines, you may have noted that the majority are white wines. The difference with the rest of still white wines is the bubbling, which is developed by keeping the carbon dioxide from fermentation dissolved, which is the gas let out when a bottle of sparkling white wine is opened.


White wines are an excellent accompaniment to food, especially light food. The combination with food achieves a balance attributed to the fresh crisp acidity which enhances food flavors. The sweeter versions of white wines can be used as dessert wines, at times a substitution of dessert rather than an accompaniment to dessert. The best wine glass most suitable for white wines is the thinner type rather than the wide tulip-shaped glass used for red wines.


Now, what remains is you to take a step and explore the world of white wines to find out your favorite. Some of the most popular white wines are Chardonnay (Oaked and unoaked), Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, and the list goes on. We have also outlined the best white wine brands bellow or read our comprehensive guide on wine types in Kenya. To order, you can call us or purchase the desired bottle from our website or android/iOS app; drinks delivery is free in Nairobi and environs, contact us now for the best wine delivery service.


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