Another lockdown in Singapore, this round thanks to all the irresponsible KTV party goers and hostesses. Quite frustrating really for a lot of people here now that the clusters have spread far and wide in the community. The hard work poured into making sure we can continue our social lives normally is now completed wasted. Ugh. Phase 2 Heightened Alert will once again take effect tomorrow until 18 August. In view of this, we are giving away a complimentary 250ml bottle of art
Latest breaking news in SG deserve some wines to celebrate it with! Only two pax are allowed for dining-in at restaurants for now but better than nothing right? Yay!!! Our SPECIAL celebratory #WineFrom Home #WFH Box Nº FIVE at $349 only with FREE delivery: 1. Domaine Bzikot Crémant de Bourgogne NV disgorged 2011 (Sparkling: Chardonnay, Burgundy, France) 2. Nika Winery "Tarieluna" 2011 (Amber: Rkatsitelli in Amphora, Kakheti, Georgia) 3. Les Clos Perdus "l'Année Rosé" 2018 (Pi
The weekend is FINALLY here but given the current covid-19 situation in Singapore (another 8 unlinked cases today) we aren't partying anywhere - not that we can anyway, so we comfort ourselves with something nice to nibble and sip on! Sushi, sashimi and finer Japanese cuisine tend to pair way better with sake and soju, if we have to be completely honest. But Champagnes, white wines (heck, even light reds) and dry sherries do work wonderfully if chosen wisely. White burgundies
As we move into Singapore's Covid-19 Phase 2 "Heighted Alert" mode, we have put some bundles together for your enjoyment at home while dining-out isn't quite an option. These are wines we love drinking and we hope you would enjoy them too! Offer will be valid until 13 June or while stocks last. #WineFromHome #WFH Box Nº ONE: 1. Celler La Salada "Tinc Set Ancestral" 2019 (Sparkling Xarello & Parellada, Penedès, Spain) 2. Sébastien Brunet Vouvray "Le Naturel" Petillant 2015 (Sp
Mourvèdre, also known as Monastrell in Spain or Mataro in Australia and the U.S. is a late ripening variety that thrives in warm, dry climate, and it also happens to be the last grape variety we harvest at Domaine Saladin every year. When they do ripen fully (both sweetness and phenolics) without any disease pressure, they are a sight to behold with its deeply coloured blue-black skin that will in turn produce wines of deeply coloured juice with sufficiently high tannins too.