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Welcome to Liz Ogumbo Wines
There are few Africans whose creative journey has been as wide-ranging, singular and successful as the one travelled by Liz Ogumbo. Over the past decade, this formidably focused Kenyan has established herself as a creative entrepreneur whose work in music, fashion, television, radio and wine speaks for itself. Through all these, she shares an enviable commitment to excellence and to fostering relationships and projects that advance the African creative industries globally.
“When I moved into South Africa in 2011, I fell in love with wine as I moved through the South African winelands across Constantia, Stellenbosh, Franshoek, Paarl & Hermanus wine routes in a quest to discover the secret behind the elegance of South African Wines. I remain grateful for the opportunity to spend about a year in the Cape navigating from one wine farm to the next, tasting wines and learning what set South African wines apart from other wines of the world.”
In 2018, she released her first series of wines into the wine market; a Pinotage 2013 ‘Mon Homme’ and a Chenin Blanc/Chardonnay 2017 blend ‘Msenangu,’ carefully crafted by winemaker Hendrik Snyman.”
Her most recent series of wine releases are here in collaboration with world-acclaimed ingenious winemaker, Bartho Eksteen ; 'Her,' a Shiraz 2018 and 'Georgie Pordgy,' a Sauvignon Blanc 2020.
It's not just wine, its music in wine. Each soundtrack to her enigmatic wines are carefully written to bring to life the relationship between the wine and the music into a wine-musical. As you experience each bottle of Liz Ogumbo Wines, you can scan the QR code to indulge her world of wine & music intertwined.
Liz spends time in wine edutaining the wine lovers within and beyond her network through her wine content released and shared through articles, wine-tastings, wine experiences, vodcast and podcast.
Now firmly established as a leading Afropolitan with real vision, Liz is ready to take on the world of wine with all aspects of her creativedom.
There are only two types of wine; good wine & bad wine.
Let's take this to the next level!