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Thursday, August 03, 2006

Wine Tasting Vina Morande by Le Raisin at the Wine Hut (Part A)

Adam from Le-Raisin organized this wine tasting session on 3rd of Aug to introduce his new wine from Chile, i.e Vina Morande. He chose a good location which is at the Wine Hut near Gallery Hotel. The usual suspects of K.T., Gracie, J.Lim and Mr BlueDolp were sporting wine drinkers to appraise the wine. There were about a total of 20 people who graced the occasion, and we were fortunate to meet Karen from SingEx who will be the organizer for this year’s Wine for Asia 2006 to be held in early November at Singapore Expo. We had a total of five Chilean wines, all of them reds! These were complemented with cheese platter, bread slices, vegetable sticks, ham and sausage roll, and the favourite crispy chicken which is really chicken tender slices wrapped in beancurd skin and deep fried.

The whole session only cost S$15, really great value for money in terms of the food, drink and of course the great company. Adam introduced the wine in phases and promised to have a special National Day celebration sale for the wines. Soon also the late harvest wine will arrive in Singapore and it will become available to us for sweet tastings. Until then Salute! Watch out for the next posting in which all the five wine’s tasting notes will be published.
Oh yes by the way, this wine tasting session is also in celebration of this blog's one year Birthday in August! Cheers!



  • At 12:36 PM, Blogger Gorry Tan Yang Yang said…

    Dennis, its not Salute. Its Salut for the last time.

  • At 12:40 PM, Blogger Gorry Tan Yang Yang said…

    Oh one more thing, shitty dennis, why u didnt do the review on Yi Fan Ting?

  • At 12:54 PM, Blogger DesDragon said…

    No lah..Yi Fan Ting got no beer...:P
    I am not a foodie blog, I am a winey blog.

  • At 8:51 AM, Blogger Gorry Tan Yang Yang said…

    I still very much prefer Miharu !!

    The oil is scrumptious! though i can remember 1 spoilt brat that i went with who ate MY ramen and asked the waitress for a bowl to scoop out the oil at the fury of the chef.


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