Gesuto takes its name from the Japanese transliteration of the word, as you would have guessed it, guest. The restaurant located in TTDI serves a contemporary take on Japanese, but with touches of Korean influences. The wine pairing sees Moulin de Gassac, a French winery showcasing a select number of contemporary wines. Continue reading →
There are few things in the world that is better than a bottle of fine wine, and at The Social, they have taken that a step further, creating The Social Wine Shop. This extension to the popular brand stems to focus on bringing some of the best wines around to give you more than the regular selection of reds and whites. The Social Wine Shop has a healthy range of over 240 labels, from their affordable premium house wines to rare selections, and is making them available for wine pairings and for you to take home. Continue reading →
Every year the Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival brings visitors from all across the globe to the little Asian powerhouse, and this year they have made it bigger than it ever was. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the event which is organised with the Hong Kong Tourism Board with China Construction Bank has been dubbed the largest wine and dine event in Asia brings more than 450 fine dining and wine specialists from all over to celebrate in one spot, accompanied by guest celebrities to match.
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When speaking of luxury, the first wine that comes to mind would be the champagne. Unbeknownst to many, there are many Houses that produce champagne, but one House that stands out for its approach to modernity would be Champagne Perrier-Jouët. Famed for its floral approach to their champagnes, Perrier-Jouët embraces Art Nuveau and can be seen through their delicately distinct bottles with a beautiful nod to their appreciation of the art, combined with their age old history of being one of the oldest champagne producers in France. Continue reading →
When it comes to wines, there has always been a great divide between new world and old world wines. Australian wines are considered new world wines, but have left critics indecisive as they begin to mature in quality and sophistication. Wolf Blass with its established history in Australian winemaking celebrates its founder Wolfgang Blass’ 80th birthday with the appropriately titled cabernet shiraz, The Master. Continue reading →
There are few things in life that age like a good cheese, and only item comparable in a similar category would be a fine wine. For the longest time, wine connoisseurs from around the world know this to be true, that American wines can hold their own, if not, arguably stand out, against some of the oldest French wines. This happenstance came about as a result of the Paris Wine Tasting of 1976, famously known as the Judgment of Paris. Now, Treasury Wine Estates is bringing some of the American bests to the Malaysian shores. Continue reading →