Sarah Wong recommends an “approachable and easy to drink” wine, while Pamela Tan picks out a red with “lovely fine grained tannins and a succulent finish”.
The craft beer trend has been wholeheartedly embraced by Hong Kong, where pubs, bars and restaurants have improved the variety and quality of craft beers on offer.
The Asian media this week featured wines described as “bloody good”, “rich and dark”, “refreshing, ripe and juicy” and “elegant and classy”.
Exports of Scotch whisky grew in the first six months of 2013, according to new figures released by the Scotch Whisky Association.
Mozart Distillerie has launched Mozart R.G, which is calls a “super premium extension” of it chocolate liqueur range.
The Glenlivet Single Malt was declared the star of Pernod Ricard’s portfolio at a breakfast briefing in London yesterday.
The Wine Times of Hong Kong recommends “a delightfully elegant wine”, and Ed Soon picks out an “excellent buy” with “beautiful, soft tannins”.
Christie’s first autumn sale in Hong Kong got off to a strong start with Burgundy and Pétrus being both the star attractions and biggest sellers.
Sarah Wong recommends an “elegant and well-balanced” Champagne, while the Wine Times lists a wine that is “excellent” with Chinese food.
While small online wine retailers struggle to survive, the big names surge ahead with new ideas to keep their web customers satisfied.
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