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Top 10 Burgundy bars in HK & SG

4th August, 2014 by Rupert Millar

Focusing on the vibrant cities of Singapore and Hong Kong, we hone in on 10 prime venues where aficionados of Burgundy (and good food and views) are spoilt for choice.

The Hong Kong wine fair has openedWith Burgundian producer Nicolas Potel predicting a “real and beautiful” future for Burgundy in Asia, particularly in the on-trade, we round up some of the best places to get your lips around a Gevrey-Chambertin, Pommard and even white Beaujolais.

Although there are a limited number of venues offering much Burgundy by the glass, many more than make up for it with a by-the-bottle (and occasional carafe) line-up that would make even the most hard-bitten Pinotphile swoon.

So here are, in no particular order, the best places to drink Burgundy in Hong Kong and Singapore.

Scroll through for some of the cities’ top Burgundy sipping spots… 

One Response to “Top 10 Burgundy bars in HK & SG”

  1. Robin says:

    I think the last picture is actually Petrus and not Caprice.

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