Top 10 wines in the Asian media

Yena Alicia Park recommends a wine that she describes as “one of New Zealand’s finest Chardonnays”, while Jeannie Cho Lee MW picks out “a seductive Pinot with a delightful aroma.”

wine_asian_food_peoplePark, writing for winekorea.asia, recently attended an event hosted by the New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Korea, which was “held in the waterfall garden of the Grand Hyatt”. She added that “there were plenty of good wines” at the event. She went on to recommend a number of wines that “stood out on the day.”

As well as the “seductive Pinot” Cho Lee, writing for asianpalate.com, also recommends a Chinese which comes from “one of the highest altitude vineyards in China” and was “one of the highlights” at a recent tasting of Chinese wines.

Click through the following pages to find out which wines these and other writers and bloggers in Asia have recommended recently.

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