After being a loyal member of Koni Wine house, I have never been this excited when the new range of yet another set of brands were launched, Pinotage, cabernet sauvignon, Merlot and shiraz.  Keep on filling up our wine cellars.

Charles Kgoale

Koni Wines were a hit

Karen Eksteen

KONI
Change has been forced upon all of us in recent years, not just in South Africa, but across the globe. Many concrete systems have started to welcome new perspectives, approaches and energies. Adding new, authentic dimensions adds value when any system is ready for change.

I felt that the time was right to open up things in the wine industry, to introduce more diversity into the industry. The best way to do that was to become a wine entrepreneur and make a difference from within.”.Koni believes that growing diversity in the wine industry is key to its survival, with women, Black, Indian, and Coloured people poised to bring new ideas, different thinking, and diverse mindsets to an industry that needs to innovate to survive in an environment constrained by COVID-19 and impacted by ever-soaring excise cost.

Koni Maliehe, born in Soweto, Rockville but partly raised by her loving grandparents in the Eastern Cape before settling in Cape Town has spent most of her career in the Financial Services sector as Head of Training & People Management.  She resigned to start a wine business in 2015.

“I observed that each time there is a bottle of wine open, there are people and stories. We need to turn those moments into engaging, fruitful conversation about our heritage as citizens of South Africa.” – Koni

For the last while Koni wines has formed an important part of our families Friday night tradition of a good old fashioned South African braai. Having a busy career, travelling often, having 2 young children Friday evenings have become an integral part of our families unwinding process after a long tiring week. Koni wines whether white or red compliments any of the meat selections or cuts we prefer to braai and great value for money we thoroughly enjoy this premium local wine.

Arendse Family

The Sauvignon Blanc is my favourite

Michael Kramer