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KWV Brandy triumphs with four double-gold medals at the International Spirits Challenge 2023

Once again, KWV has cemented its status as a world-class producer of Brandy, securing a remarkable four Double-Gold Medals at the International Spirits Challenge (ISC) 2023. This outstanding feat is an example of the company’s and the brand’s steadfast commitment to creating exceptional spirits of the highest quality.

“We are thrilled to have won not just one, not two, not even three, but four Double-Gold medals at the ISC 2023,” says Nuno Fernandes, KWV Spirits Marketing Executive. “We are so proud to represent South African brandies on the global stage, and we will continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible in the world of brandy.”

The ISC stands as a revered global competition, drawing in a diverse array of over 1,500 entries from 70 countries. Winning a Double-Gold medal at the ISC is the ultimate aspiration for any spirit, and KWV Brandy’s 5-year-old, 10-year-old, 12-year-old, and 20-year-old brandies each achieved this remarkable milestone. These distinguished brandies undergo meticulous aging in French oak barrels, resulting in an unparalleled smoothness and intricately layered flavour profile that sets them apart in the industry. It comes as no surprise that KWV Brandy has become the preferred choice of discerning brandy connoisseurs worldwide.

KWV Brandy’s unwavering dedication to quality and distinction is perceptible in every sip of their award-winning brandies, further solidifying KWV Brandy’s well-deserved reputation. Embracing its enduring legacy as a producer of exceptional spirits, KWV Brandy remains committed to inspiring and captivating brandy enthusiasts around the globe.

KWV Brandies are available at all leading retailers of fine spirits.

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