5 Wines to Try in Abuja this January

5 Wines to Try in Abuja this January

In today’s post, I will introduce you to 5 wines to try in Abuja this January. Abuja is becoming a star in the global culinary scene, and for a good reason. The Nigerian capital offers a great selection of malls and most of them are located in the heart of the city.

In no particular order, here are 5 of our favorite wines you can try in Abuja this January. If you are planning to visit the capital city,  or live in the capital city you should probably visit any wine shops or malls to try out any of these wines in Abuja.

Here are 5 of our favorite wines you can try this January.

1. Dominio Del Rey Gran Seleccion

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Dominio Del Rey Gran Seleccion is a flavorful, dense, and sophisticated deep red wine. Especially rich and smooth on the palate, courtesy of the elegance of the Cabernet Sauvignon grapes it is made from. The nose is complex and intense with powerful aromas of red fruits with touches of spice, typical of the best Chilean Wines. This is a wine made for the Nigerian palate and it goes well with any Nigerian food.

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2. Apothic Red Wine

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Apothic Red Wine is gradually becoming one of the most purchased red wine in Nigeria with an alcohol volume of 13.5%. This delicious and easy to drink red wine pairs well with spicy foods, cheese, cake, and a well-seasoned steak, like suya.

3. Castillo Grande Red Wine


It is a soft easy-drinking red wine, full of delicious ripe fruit flavors. Excellent taste with carefully selected flavors blended to make the best Red taste for your pleasure.

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4. 4th Street Natural Sweet Red


4th Street is available in a Natural Sweet Red, the perfect combination of playful and edgy. A bold addition made for those on the go.

The fruity sweetness comes from preserving fresh grape juice, allowing no fermentation. Careful blending in the cellar gives a wine low in alcohol while bursting with fruity freshness.

5. Four Cousins Natural Sweet Red Wine


Four Cousins Natural Sweet Red Wine is South Africa’s best selling bottled brand. A fragrant, ruby-red wine with soft rose petal perfume. Flavors of ripe plums, strawberries, and exotic spices are followed by a soft, lingering finish. A sweet red wine, blended from dry red wine and grape juice made from 60% River Red and 40% grape juice.

A wine for everyday enjoyment. Good with spicy foods, desserts & fruit salad.

So, when next you visit the country’s capital city ensure you enjoy a bottle of any of these amazing collections of wines I have listed above and leave your comments.

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