Viva Confirmed As Official Wine Sponsor For #NRW2015

written by Eugene Mburu 12th January 2015

We are glad to announce that Viva Global are now on board #NRW2015 as the official sponsors for this epic annual culinary event that will be running from the 22nd of January to February 1st. There will be over 50 participating restaurants all across Nairobi and you definitely do not want to miss out. wine pairing

Viva Global brings you some of your favorite wines: Carlo Rossi, Frontera, Casillero del Diablo and for the ones who love their sweet wines the Birds & Bees to pair with all your meals during #NRW2015.

Here’s the full wine menu:


Frontera Merlot – Chile

Ruby red, very vivid, cherry. Ripe pepper and soft cocoa aromas. Elegant and rounded with good body and persistence on the palate.

Carlo Rossi Red – California

A smooth versatile fruity wine, grapes from the sun drenched Californian vineyards.

Casillero del Diablo Pinot Noir – Chile

Bright and light red. Complex aromas of strawberries, raspberries and notes of toasted French oak.

Birds & Bees Sweet Malbec – Argentina

Violet red with blue hues, fresh red fruit, sweet, velvety and tannins.



Frontera Chardonnay – Chile

Yellow pale fruity with papaya, apples and citric notes, butter and wood, refreshing, balanced and slightly sweet.

Carlo Rossi White – California

Crafted with care and passion, from grapes grown in California, a wine bursting with flavor and aroma

Casillero del Diablo Sauvignon Blanc – Chile

Straw with green hues. Fresh and citrus with hints of gooseberries and tropical fruit. Gentle, round and mouth filling, balanced by a crispy acidity.

Birds & Bees Sweet White – Argentina

Golden yellow with greenish hues, mix of violet, strawberry and jasmine with fresh tropical fruits. Round tannins, balanced freshness and sweetness.



Frontera Blush Rose – Chile

Full of strawberry and raspberry notes. Chilled, this vibrant and delicate rose aromas.


Casillero del Diablo Brut Chardonnay – Chile

Austerity and minerality, along with vibrant acidity, ends up in a long persistent finish, fine and small bubbles, medium body set in elegance.

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