Tag Archives: Wine Tasting

CNY Tasting: Bordeaux Red Wines Next week!

Are you planning to celebrate Chinese New Year with good red wines? Here is your opportunity to try some of our best Bordeaux from both sides of the Garonne River! In order to start the year of the Dog with elegance and strength, we have selected 2 wines from Médoc (Saint-Julien and Saint Estephe), and […]

Rhone Wine Tasting #3

Domaine des 3 Cellier (Chateauneuf-du-Pape) + North of Rhone Valley Friday Dec 22 in Sai Kung @ 7pm Saturday Dec 23 in Midlevels @ 5pm (time is flexible, pls make arrangement)   The Domaine des 3 Cellier (Chateauneuf du Pape) consists of 24 plots spread in the whole Chateau-Neuf-du-Pape appellation, with different terroirs and with a […]

Rhone Wine Tasting #2: Clos de Caveau (Vacqueyras)

Friday Dec 15 in Sai Kung @ 7pm Saturday Dec 16 in Midlevels @ 5pm Organic since 1989, the 12 Ha of Clos de Caveau are protected by 8 hectares of Mediterranean forest, which form a unique natural protection, and a fabulous ecosystem with a real identity. Nestled in the Dentelles de Montmirail mountains. These […]

Rhone Wine Tasting #1: Domaine Fond Croze

Friday Dec 8 in Sai Kung @ 7pm Saturday Dec 9 in Midlevels @ 5pm Managed by 3 generations, the 70Ha of Domaine Fond Croze are located around Saint Romain de Malegarde, in Tulette, Rasteau, Buisson et Suze la Rousse and are planted with Grenache but also Syrah, Cinsault, Mourvèdre, Merlot, Carignan (for red), Chardonnay […]

Meet our partner Jan Thienpont from Chateau Clos Fontaine!

Tomorrow Friday October 27th at 7pm in our Midlevels Shop Monday October 30th at 7pm in our Sai Kung Shop A FAMILY TRADITION IN SAINT-EMILION, POMEROL, MARGAUX… AND THE COTES DE FRANCS! The name of Thienpont has been associated with the wine industry for many generations: These original merchants from Flanders own the Vieux Chateau […]

discover Biodynamic Wines from Beaujolais

On Tuesday Sept 19th @ 7pm What is Biodynamy? Biodynamy is a system of farming that follows a sustainable, holistic approach which uses only organic, usually locally-sourced materials for fertilizing and soil conditioning. It views the farm as a closed, diversified ecosystem, and often bases farming activities on lunar cycles, therefore including various esoteric concepts. […]