Bonang Matheba recently announced on her social media accounts that her two original variants

Bonang Matheba recently announced on her social media accounts that her two original variants

Bonang Matheba has so much to celebrate from her two-part reality special ‘A Very Bonang Year’ raking in over two million views, to featuring in Charlamagne Tha God’s Black Effect podcast with iHeartMedia, to her very own prestigious House Of BNG being the best selling MCC at Woolworths.

Bonang Matheba

The ever-so-popular Bonang Matheba recently announced on her social media accounts that her two original variants, Brut and Brut Rosé, which retail for R399 each at Woolworths, have become the number one selling MCC. Adding another accolade to the champagne’s brand.

The champagne brand was launched in 2019 and became popular, it was even named the MCC for Sun Met 2020 earlier this year.

Bonang Matheba

Her limited Prestige Reserve Brut MCC retailed at R799 per bottle, and received a lot of criticism from people.

When she launched the champagne she described its elegant and luxurious taste saying, “Being a Queen Bee means having everything a girl needs, including fabulous style and personality to match. Introducing my latest little guilty pleasure, BNG, a true indulgence for yours truly, with an elegant and refreshing taste profile.”

Bonang Matheba

Taking to her Twitter account, Bonang announced this latest achievement and thanked her supporters, “ya’ll made BNG the number 1 selling MCC at Woolies! Thank you…to the top we go
In an interview with TshisaLlive earlier in the year, Bonang said the journey into making the wine brand was not an easy one, however she is honored and overjoyed at the reception.

“The House of BNG as you know is really my passion project, it’s my pride and joy and to see it be so well received by my fans, is an honour!” she said

Bonang is also the first black woman who is a member of Cap Classic Producers Association. This label instilled doubt to many people, questioning whether she can pull it off or not.

“Entering the luxury beverage market has had its challenges of course but through strategic planning with a clear vision and a great team who understood all the logistics, it has proven a success. There are many moving parts, so you have to keep your eye on everything, all the time,” she told the publication.

She also added how honoured she is to have her MCC as the ultimate celebratory drink in many occasions in the country.

“To watch it all unfold and to see the House of BNG as a celebration partner to some of SA’s biggest events has been incredible,” she told the publication.

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