Bella Wine scoops 4 awards @ Big Wine Awards 2024 Italy

By Evans Najuna

Prudence Kasibante Ukkonika, the proprietor K-Roma wine breweries was over the weekend awarded a total of four awards at ‘Big Wine Awards 2024 Italy’.

Speaking to our reporter after landing at Entebbe international airport, Ukkonika expressed her pleasure to all Ugandans for always supporting her products.

“We are thrilled to share some fantastic news with all our wonderful supporters,” said Ukkonika.

She explained that, Bella Wine had been honored at the esteemed Gala di Premiazione del Concorso Enologico Internazionale in Italy “Big Wine Awards 2024”.

She added that this brings back home an immense joy not only for Ugandans but the East African Community as a whole.

She noted that Bella Wine did not only participate but emerged to triumphant by winning four astounding awards.

Ukkonika noted that this achievement would not have been possible without the dedication and hard work of the incredible team, who tirelessly strive to produce wines of the highest quality.
“We are immensely grateful for their commitment and passion,” she said.

She applauded the Bella Wine loyal customers and supporters, and extended her deepest gratitude for their unwavering support.

She further noted that has indeed this has amplified and inspired them to continually push the boundaries of excellence.

She also rallied all Ugandans to join together for the celebrations by raising a glass to these remarkable accomplishments. “Join us in savouring the fruits of our labor and experiencing the exquisite taste of Bella Wine.”

Ukkonika conveyed a vote of thanks to everyone who has been part of the journey. “Here’s to many more successes together! Cheers,” she added.

The company was established in 2002 by Prudence Ukkonika and is a producer and distributor of 100% organic wine. As of 2019, Bella Wine reportedly had an annual production of 100,000 litres of wines and juices.

The factory has since expanded its production with a new home in Kira Mulawa and soon opening a new Winery plant at Namanve industrial area.

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