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A toast for Malbec World Day!

What sets Malbec apart is their plump, and inky dark fruit flavours with robust tannins that give you a smoky finish. Grown around the world, it is progressively celebrated as an Argentine varietal wine for its major success. Read to find out more.

17/04/2017

Have a Toast and Save the Earth

Earth Day is held on the 22nd of April, and it came about to Earth Day founder, Gaylord Nelson, then a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, after witnessing the aftermath of the 1969 massive oil spill in Santa Barbara, California. As we focus on saving the environment, how does wine come into the picture? Read more to find out!

17/04/2017

Uncorking the Wine Connection Story: "LIBERTY"

At Wine Connection, “We believe you should drink whichever wine you feel like. Forget about following the rules”. This week, we’re uncorking our story of ‘LIBERTY’. Our brand video features Vincent Fabre, the CEO and owner of Domaines Fabre.

17/04/2017

Beer Nerd or Wine Connoisseur?

Beer vs Wine, a very common topic discussed around the world. But do you know which is the more popular? Which has the most illustrious history? Or which is the healthier? Let’s begin!

29/03/2017

Uncorking the Wine Connection Story: "EXPERTISE"

At Wine Connection, “We believe in sourcing the best, so you don’t have to worry. We only sell bottles we’re proud of”. This week, we’re uncorking our story of "EXPERTISE". Our brand video features Carlos Bonet, a Regional Sales Manager of Codorniu Asia.

29/03/2017

The Heart & Soul of Mosel – Selbach-Oster Winery

Join us at the Riesling Wine Dinner on 4th April 2017 (Tuesday), 7PM - 10PM, at Wine Connection Bistro Capital Square, as we taste timeless wines from the renowned Selbach-Oster winery, a Riesling-only winery in Mosel, Germany. Read more.

17/03/2017

Discover the best of Margaret River, Australia

One of the most famous wine regions worldwide, the Margaret River Wine Region produces 20% of Australia's premium wines. While it is best known for its Cabernet Sauvignon, the Margaret River Wine Region is also renowned for producing some of the country's best Chardonnay.

14/03/2017
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