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It could be the name – Frontera – or the great taste that the brand is known for, but Frontera wines are certainly at the “front’ of the pack when it comes to Chilean wines.

Relaunched in 2014, Frontera did not just come with a new label that gave it an on shelf stand-out, the wine came with brands that offered rich fruity and floral notes for that special wine experience.

Frontera is the reason why we think that wines can be fun, honest, authentic in taste and vibrant in colour. It is on of the convincing reasons why many millenials have turned to New World Wines.

Frontera wines are so unique and flexible that it goes down well with both the wine enthusiast and the new comer. They are made in such a way that it comes off plain and easy to love for all kinds of people.

The Frontera Chardonnay offers an intense, yet fruity wine with delicious notes of apple, pear, paw-paw and pineapple – talk about fruity goodness!

However, if what you want is easy drinking, then opt for the Frontera Sauvignon Blanc which is light and fruity, with citrus fruit and peach aromas.

The sweetness of Rose wines can never be overemphasized and the Frontera Rosé is a sweet refreshing and soft mouthful of red fruits and cherries.

Wine and coffee never mixed so wonderfully well like it does in Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon, while the Frontera Merlot is the more bold, elegant, full bodied wine that boasts aromas and flavours of cherries with just a hint of spice.

As a mark of its excellence and widespread sales strategy, Frontera was crowned the Winner of the UK Sponsorship Award in the Best First Year Sponsor Category. Frontera won the award for its sponsorship of The BRIT Awards 2016 with Mastercard.

According to the judges, “Frontera managed to achieve cut through and incremental sales across its portfolio by using The BRIT Awards sponsorship as the key differentiator. It saw increased values in key wine varieties, increased household penetration and new Impulse and Convenience listings. The first year of sponsorship was so successful the brand has extended its BRITs contract.”

This is among other previous awards like silver and bronze awards at Sommelier Wine Awards 2015 and gold bestowed by the Berlin Wein awards for Frontera Cabernet Sauvignon.

So tell us why a wine with such grace, class, fun and excellence should disappear from the world. Apparently, it is clear that Frontera has come back to stay, and this time eternally.

So what is the price of Frontera Wines in Nigeria? And what is the carton price of Frontera Wines?

Frontera wines are quite affordable, and quite interestingly, the different wines all come with the same price. That it means, irrespective of your taste preference, you don’t have to dig deeper into your pocket.

 Here are the most current prices of Frontera Wines:

Product Size Amount in Carton

Unit Price (NGN)

Carton Price (NGN)
Frontera Carbanet Sauvignon

70cl

 

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

Frontera Late Harvest 70cl

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

Frontera Merlot 70cl

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

Frontera Sweet Red 70cl

6

1,810

9,530

 

Frontera Sauvignon Blanc

70cl

 

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

Frontera Rose Blush 70cl

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

Frontera Muscat 70cl

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

Frontera Vintage White 70cl

6

1,810

 

9,530

 

**Prices are subject to change due to market fluctuation. Check online or call to confirm prices before buying.

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