The Austrian Embassy in Thailand has been busy coordinating cultural, musical and of course wine events so far this year. Coming Tuesday, February 26th, you will be able to taste 45 wines from 12 stylish producers, covering the vast array of regions and grape varietals Austria has to offer. There will be classical and natural wines, almost certified organic or biodynamic.
The line up includes wines from Gindl, Fritsch, Tinhof, Straka, Preisinger, Rabl, Machherndl, with Gruber, Zillinger, Trapl, Hoch and Tegernseerhof being present in person to meet you.
For this special occasion, Riedel Wine Bar & Cellar will offer a beautiful selection of canapes for thb 1,500 net.
The event is from 630pm to 830pm. To book please call Tel 02 656 1133 or email email@example.com .
We look forwarding to seeing you then.
and you will be able to taste
For this ever improving music, art and food festival in Pattaya, we select some squeaky pure wines from our winemaking partners, who farm without chemicals and make wines by….not really doing much! The buzzword du jour is low intervention wines.
We are excited to pour a few Jauma wines that are unlike many natural wines: extremely easy to enjoy outdoor, where perhaps glasses and temperatures aren’t ideal. They expressive and bright, have nuanced flavors that enable you to appreciate aromas as they enfold.
If you have to drink Champagne, then at least drink one that is from a Grand Cru village and organic for over 30 years, such as Andre Beaufort’s. The living soils make a wine that is dense, crystalline, with mineral flavors and structure. Disgorged about 2 years ago, this Brut Reserve is now blossoming.
There is wine, there is rock n roll, and there is music in a bottle from Ochota Barrels. Tara and Amber make the Slint Chardonnay coming from a cool spot up on the Adelaide Hills. Tightly wound, razor-sharp style of Chardonnay and gentle tingling on the tongue.
Most chefs at Wonderfruit will prepare Thai or Asian accentuated meals. The whites that work well with these are skin-contact wines with their spiced-tinged aroma and subtle oily texture. Claus Preisinger’s Kalkundkiesel isn’t an orange wine, as it lacks the structure and phenolics, but it certainly has vibe and kick to make you crave for more when downing delicious meals outdoors.
We have a few more wines available, but you get the style we aim to present. Make sure to check out the chef line up here.
The wine region of Baden includes swaths of vineyards adjacent to the picturesque Black Forest natural park. In addition, the warmest of Germany’s wine regions is also known for the volcanic Kaisterstuhl and the Markgraflerland in the triangle between Germany, Basel in Switzerland and Alsace in France.
For the enchanted wine workshop we will be presenting the following bottles:
Ziereisen Pinot Blanc Lugle 2014
Enderle & Moll Muller Thurgau (skin contact) 2016
Enderle & Moll Pinot Noir Rose 2016
Ziereisen Pinot Noir Talrain 2015
Ziereisen Syrah Gestad 2013
To reserve one of the 12 seats please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come chill out and enjoy a fun evening with the two chefs, the crew from Toro and our casually easy drinking wines from Spain.
Ca N’Estruc Blanco is a refreshing and aromatic blend of Xarello with Muscat from vineyards close to Barcelona, Catalunya
Monastrell, aka Mourvedre, blended with some Syrah and briefly aged in oaked by Barahonda in Yecla, is a massive bang for the buck and shows why cool nights can lift a full-bodied Mediterranean wine.
The limited seats are B1,500++ per head. Please RSVP fast at 02-392-7790 or email@example.com
A wine tasting doesn’t get much better than this. If you enjoy pedigreed and maturing wines or simply want to advance your taste buds, do come over to chat with us about the following amazing bottles:
Sparkling – Andre Beaufort Blanc de Noirs Polisy 2009, Champagne, France
White – Weingut Rabl Gruner Veltliner Dechant Reserve 2008, Kamptal, Austria
White – Koehler Ruprecht Riesling Kallstadter Saumagen Auslese R 2011, Pfalz, Germany
Red – Domaine Robert Ampeau Volnay 1er Cru Santenots 1996, Burgundy France
Red – Dante Rivetti Barberesco Bricco di Neive Riserva 2008, Piedmont, Italy
Sweet – Chateau Pierre Bise Coteaux du Layon Les Rouannières 1998, Loire, France
We will be ready on the Top yard of THE COMMONS. The seated workshop is from 5-630pm. Tickets are thb 1,500 and limited to 12 who sign up and prepay here.
Please join us on a lazy Saturday shopping spree and taste through 25 wines that will fit your needs for the upcoming holiday festivities. We will update this site with the exact wines, however rest assured there will be fantastic deals!
Top yard at THE COMMONS from 1-4pm. To register please sign up here.
These wonderful wines are rated 90-95 points by Robert Parker, James Suckling plus Vinous. Well worth to come and meet both Fabio and Nik this evening.
For bookings please call Tel 02 207 4999. Tables can be reserved at your convenient time.