The holiday season has begun and consumers are feeling the pressure. Ideas of what to give to family and friends abound as stores and brands push ads, deals, and discounts onto our faces. Although Christmas has been highly commercialised for the longest time, holiday shopping has become both a beloved and hated tradition. But why do we spend time in traffic in Manila just to buy gifts for Christmas?
In the spirit of the holidays, Basi del Diablo Wines offers 20% off for every purchase of six (6) bottles.
To minimise its carbon footprint, Basi del Diablo Wines has decided to do its small, door-to-door deliveries around the Metro Manila area through the help of bike riders.
We love the Philippines and it has always been our aim to contribute to rural development because that is where most Filipinos come from -not the busy streets of Manila.
We love Manila, the Philippine capital, just the same but for us to contribute to the country’s heart, we must supply lifeblood into its many veins.
“We will hold another Rock Rave party next year and it will be bigger and better.”
We are mourning with you. We are one with Davao.
The sorority asked Basi del Diablo Wines to make a special wine for them last year in preparation for their 2016 celebration.
Good food made by a good cook, good wine made by a passionate winemaker – these things make me happy.
For someone like me who has to taste wine on a regular basis, my kind of moderation could be another person’s bacchanal.
It’s not just because these women chose our wines, but because they never fail to share their love stories with us.
Records show that the Ilocano wine was introduced in the northern Philippines in the 17th Century.
Basi del Diablo Wines’ Sigrid Salucop will be writing a book on Philippine sugarcane wine within the year with the help of respected authors from the academe.