THE ART OF OPENING: Hold bottle at a 45° angle and point in a safe direction. Untwist the wire cage (the ‘Muselet’), but don’t remove it. Rotate bottle firmly while gently wriggling the cork. The pressure of the bubbly inside will allow you to ease out the cork with a satisfying pop!

THE ART OF POURINGPlace your thumb in the depression under the bottle (the “punt”) and spread your fingers along the body of the bottle. Hold a glass with your free hand at a 45° angle and pour down the inside of the glass. Give the bottle a quick twist to avoid spillage when the glass is filled. 6-8 servings per bottle in a standard flute.

THE ART OF TASTINGHold up your glass to admire the golden sparkle and graceful bubbles before proposing a toast. Savour the delicate blend of lemon zest and fruit-of-the-vine on the nose, beautifully balanced by woody tannins on the palate.

Alcohol-free or mixing it up?  We’ve got tons of ideas for your on-trend, sparkling party …. Zari cocktails, mocktails, bubbly bars and a Calculator that helps you decide how much to order so you never run dry!

And food pairing? Zari Sparkling Grape is simply about food that’s made for sharing! And romance, good conversation, friendship, summer sunshine and cosy winter fires. It’s simple … prepare the food you love – open the Zari – and things will get festive!


THE WELCOME DRINK : Nothing says welcome to thirsty guests quite like a tall glass of chilled bubbly releasing tantalising fruit aromas or a display of frosted ZARI on ice.

Be on trend with punch bowls decorated with citrus and berries, hip candy floss cloud mocktails and fresh summer fruit cocktails!  

See our fabulous mocktail ideas here.

THE ZARI BUBBLY BAR: Create a fun station with decorative ice buckets and baths where guests can add fresh juices, berries and tasty garnishes such as mint, lemon and berries to their Zari. Add visual excitement with colourful serviettes, stirrers and swizzles. Perfect for brunches and lunches.

 THE ZARI TABLE: Put the finishing touches of bling on wedding tables, gala dinners and festive occasions. Ice buckets double as décor and allow guests to have chilled ZARI within reach for tasting and toasting. Win-win!

Experiment with mocktail and food pairing ~ it’s a great new trend to try!

THE TOAST AT A WEDDING: Toasting is a highlight of any wedding. A parent, family member or friend invites guests to raise their glasses in a toast to the bridal couple. 

 “To Love, Laughter and Happily ever after! Please join me in raising a glass to Name + Name!”


These quantity guidelines will ensure that everyone always has a sparkling drink at hand! Zari bottles are beautiful inside and out so will enhance any table. The lifestyle 750ml screw-top is easy-opening and keeps the fizz in.

 To provide a flute of Zari Sparkling grape as a welcome drink for 100 guests = 24 bottles = 4 Cases

  • Zari Welcome + juice mixer: To provide a welcome drink for 100 guests = 12 bottles = 2 Cases. Be creative with fresh fruit juices or soda mixers.
  • For 100 guests = 24 bottles 12 x ZARI Ruby Red and 12 x Royale Gold = 4 Cases

 Approximately half a bottle of Zari is recommended per guest as a general guide. 

  • For 100 guests = 24 bottles = 4 Cases: 2 x cases ZARI Ruby Red and 2 x cases Zari Royale Gold (white)
  • For 200 guests = 48 bottles = 8 Cases: 4 x cases ZARI Ruby Red and 4 x cases Zari Royale Gold 



Zari Brut ~ dry and crisp sparkling grape juice with fine bubbles carrying delicate notes of grape and citrus on the nose, balanced by woody tannins.  

Zari Sparkling Red ~ captivating ruby blush with 1000’s of tiny bubbles exploding in a bouquet of Muscat fruit flavours. A rich, round finish.

Zari Sparkling White ~ an infusion of golden sunlight with the fragrance of white flowers and sweet ripe fruit that sparkles on the palate.

Zari-tini (“baby cham”) ~ Red Grape: Bright bubble-infused ruby blush, bursting in a bouquet of Muscat fruit flavours.


Zari Sparkling Red ~ floral Muscat aromas, dancing ruby colours, deliciously sweet on the palate.

Zari Sparkling White ~ infused with sunshine of the Cape Winelands and hints of fragrant, rich soil.