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Wine in kenya
Wine In Kenya
Wine is not as popular in Kenya as beer or other alcoholic beverages, but it is still widely consumed in the country. Kenya produces a small amount of wine locally, but most of the wine consumed in Kenya is imported from other countries.
The most popular types of wine in Kenya are red and white wines, with rosé and sparkling wines also available. The most popular wine-producing countries in Kenya are South Africa, France, Italy, Spain, Australia, and Chile.
Wine prices in Kenya
Wine prices in Kenya can vary widely depending on the brand, the region, and the type of wine. Generally, imported wines tend to be more expensive than locally produced wines. In bars and restaurants, a glass of wine can cost between Ksh. 400 and Ksh. 1,000 (approximately USD 4 to USD 10), while a bottle of wine can cost anywhere from Ksh. 1,500 to Ksh. 10,000 (approximately USD 15 to USD 100), or even more for premium wines.
In supermarkets and wine shops, the prices of wine can be slightly lower, with some bottles available for as little as Ksh. 800 (approximately USD 8). However, premium wines and imported wines may still be relatively expensive in these retail settings.
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