Windhoek – South African screen siren Bonang Matheba is taking her luxury beverage, House of BNG, to Namibia.
Announcing the news, House of BNG said its bubbly was now sparkling in the neighbouring country as the brand grows its international footprint.
“Hello Namibia! The House of BNG invites you to a lifestyle of sparkling celebrations. Welcome to the family!” House of BNG said on social media platforms this week.
The brut and brut rosé Méthode Cap Classiques are already available from select Namibian retailers outlets countrywide.
House of BNG celebrated its second anniversary two weeks ago and its top-end beverages have been savoured by connoisseurs in several markets. It is also one of the few African brands that produces a genuine sparkling wine in a can
Since its launch, Matheba’s “Love letter to Africa” – as she calls her brand – it has become a firm favourite in South Africa, being served at President Cyril Ramaphosa’s inauguration and becoming an official partner of Miss South Africa.
The brand has seen Matheba become the first black woman to be named a member of the prestigious Cap Classique Producers Association.
“The House of BNG was a passionate project of mine for a long time. It’s no secret that champagne is my favourite drink, so having an opportunity to make my own MCC was an opportunity I couldn’t miss out on! I’m so excited about the brand’s growth and it’s innovation of new products.” Matheba said.
The crafting of her unique blend is curated by acclaimed Cape wine master Jeff Grier, who selects the finest grapes from the globally acclaimed Stellenbosch vineyards.