The former athlete icon is now becoming a businessman with his Tracks and Records Sports Bars and Lounges and his own unique blend of champagne with G.H. Mumm as the sponsor.
At Thursday night’s press conference in Cape Town, South Africa. The eight-time Olympic champion launched his tipple as he returned as one of the hosts for the Sun Met, which is referred to as Africa’s richest race day.
It was held at the Kenilworth Race Course in Cape Town on Saturday. He was joined by South African co-hosts Somizi
Mhlongo (Choreographer and TV personality) Minnie Dlamini-Jones (actress, model, and on-air personality)
The Sun Met is Africa’s premium World class horse racing event and it boasts equestrian inspired opulence and elegance and Bolt’s new Champagne fits in perfectly and it will be available at the event.
He was quite proud when he described his Jamaican mix Champagne as a reflection of his love for “partying and celebrating” and it could be available in might be available in his Tracks and Records restaurants in Jamaica soon.