I’m always pleasantly surprised when I find a wine I love in my go-to $10 price point. So when I find a wine that the first sip is excellent and it only costs $10 I’m thrilled. I might even let out a small cheer especially if it happened to be a long day with two kids. I might get even more excited if it happens on a night when the baby didn’t want to go to bed and the kindergartener didn’t want to do his homework. I might want to tell everyone I know about that wine. Which is what I started doing after I tried Indaba Wine.
I tried the Indaba’s Chenin Blanc, a white wine that is the most widely planted varietal in South Africa and the Mosaic Red Blend, a Cab Sauv. dominated Bordeaux blend. Both were so good that I just had to share them with friends.
What to Tell Your Friends About Indaba Wine
The friend who is a wine snob… that Indaba Wine is from South Africa and Indaba wines are “contenders for wine of the year” per Wine Advocate.
The friend who is budget conscious… Indaba Wine is $10 a bottle and a consistent wine enthusiast best buy.
The crunchy friend… Indaba Wine is handcrafted by family farmers and is eco-friendly.
The foodie… it pairs well with food or is great on its own.
The socially conscious friend… a portion of all purchases of Indaba Wine goes to the Indaba Education Fund, a nonprofit organization that invests in Early Childhood Development within the Winelands region of South Africa with the goal of changing educational outcomes for children in South Africa.
I love that not only is this wine delicious and inexpensive, it’s also doing some real good for its community. You can learn more about why the Indaba Education Fund is a great cause in this quick video.
I have a hard time picking a favorite wine, but Indaba wine has quickly become my go-to wine for book club, mom’s night out or after a long day and it’s even better when shared with a friend.
I was sent 2 bottles of Indaba Wine to review, all thoughts and opinions are my own.