Temperature Serving wine is definitely a matter of temperature and context. In fact, a wine can make head turn, can be pasty or thick if the temperature is too high or completely aromaless or neutral if the serving temperature is too low. In any case, if a wine is not
Decanting Wine Decanting is one the most delicate wine operations. It involves removing a wine from its original bottle to a fresh glass carafe. In fact, decanting can help a wine reveal its best aromas or on the contrary reveal its lacks. There are three main reasons to decant a
Opening Champagne As all the sparkling wines, Champagne must be served very fresh because it first tastes better and it secondly looses pressure in low temperature. No need of a corkscrew. It exists basically two main methods to open a Champagne, one for special event and one for ordinary occasion.
Opening Wine Once you have chosen the perfect wine to match your food, one of your first concern is to serve it properly and removing the cork is one important step… It was Dom Perignon, a monk experienced in producing and storing wine, who discovered the cork as one of
Old World Spice & Wine Tasting Experience happening on Saturday, 31 August will feature four different spice and wine stations by ewineasia.com each showcasing a unique selection of boutique and hard to find wines, delicately paired with tapas created with unique spices and herbs by Capella chefs and guest chef
This August, Capella Singapore invites guests to take a journey through the age old spice routes of Asia and the Mediterranean at Old World Spice & Wine. From 29 August 2013 to 1 September 2013, The Knolls at Capella Singapore teams up with Celebrity Moroccan Chef Meryem Cherkaoui, Nora Gasparini