The Wine Menu
A relaxing wine after work is a way for many people to unwind after a long day at the office. Putting your feet up, uncorking a glass of wine and enjoying that first glass can help many to relax.
Rest & Relax with
Domaine du Vissoux Cremant
Musical moments with
Miles from Nowhere Estate Sauvignon Blanc
Home spa with
Buena Vista Carneros Brut Sparkling
Movie night with
Boscarelli Prugnolo Rosso
Me time with
Chateau la Rose Bellevue Bordeaux red
Every day can be a reason to celebrate and drink wine, especially if you’ve got amazing appetizer recipes at your disposal.
Light finger foods are exactly the kind of things that’s going to make your vino taste even better.
Cold Cuts with Lis Neris Pinot Grigio
Calamari with Cordero di Montezemolo Langhe Arneis
Stuffed Mushrooms with Domaine Du Vissoux Beaujolais Coeur de Vendanges
Chicken Wings with Buena Vista North Coast Pinot Noir
Garlic Bread with Dourthe No 1 Sauvignon Blanc
Pairing beverages with soup can be tricky, but there are a ton of options.
You can pair them based on flavour profile (spicy soup with sweet wine), weight (rich creamy soup with a rich wine) or a more acid-driven wine to cut through the richness and temperature.
Italian wines like Soave and Pinot Grigio can balance many soups well and are also affordable.
Tom Yum Goong
Mas d'en Gil Coma Alta White
Tabali Pedregoso Gran Reserva Carménère
Jurtschitsch Gruner Veltliner Terrassen
Cream of Mushroom
Buena Vista Carneros Chardonnay
Bak Kut Teh
Anselmo Mendes Escolha Alvarinho
We usually wash down our beloved local cuisines with a cup of kopi O or teh C. But you can raise your gourmet game by savouring the dishes with fine wines.
With a broad spectrum of flavour profiles, aromas and textures, wines can accentuate and lengthen the flavours of our favourite local dishes.
Nino Franco Rustico Prosecco
Weingut Huls Kabinett Cru & Pradedikat Riesling
Chateau Puech-Haut Tête de Bellier White
Bodegas Elias Mora Crianza
Chateau Belgrave Haut Medoc
The best wines for most Asian dishes are high in acidity.
Sauvignon Blanc, with its penetrating acidity and clean tastes, is a good match. So is unoaked Pinot Gris, Spanish Albariños, and sparkling wines from just about anywhere.
Aromatic wines like rieslings with pronounced fruit flavors work very well with aromatic dishes.
Low-tannin Grenache red wines that are juicy can be delicious. Don’t forget rosés—they’re just begging to be paired with strong, spicy Asian flavors.
Champagne Tarlant Zero Brut Nature
Marc Kreydenweiss Andlau Riesling
Celler Pinol N. Sra Portal Rosat
Domaine de Bargylus White
Miles from Nowhere Best Blocks Shiraz
Many pairings that are considered "classics" today emerged from the centuries-old relationship between a region's cuisine and their wines.
In Europe, lamb was a staple meat of the diet for many areas that today are leading wine regions.
In Italy, the intimate connection between food and wine is deeply embedded in the culture and is exemplified by the country's wine.
Historically, Italians rarely dined without wine and a region's wine was crafted to be "food friendly", often with bright acidity.
Tenuta di Arceno Chianti Classico DOCG Riserva
Steamed Cod, Salmon, Flat Fish
Belondrade Y Lurton
Champagne Tarlant l'Aerienne Millesime
Baked Scallops or Lobster
Champagne Boizel Grand Vintage
If you’re anything like a typical college kid, alcohol and desserts are your favorite things.
However, most of us have no idea how to best combine these. Some wines pair horribly with some desserts.
These dessert and wine pairings are ideal for any dining experience: whether it’s for a Valentine, an anniversary, or an indulgent meal!
In fact, making the perfect dessert and wine pairing can be an incredible way to end a memorable evening.
In general, as the colors of the dessert get darker, the wine gets darker.
Chendol & Ice Kacang
Gramona Vi De Glass Gewurztraminer
Fruit Tarts and Cakes
Marenco Strev Moscato d'Asti DOCG
Celler Pinol Josefina
Soya Beancurd (Tau Huay)
Marenco Passri Scrapona Strevi DOC Moscato Passito
Barbadillo Pedro Ximenez La Cilla
Wine and cheese are two of life’s great culinary pleasures, and finding the perfect match can be a delicious endeavor.
As with any wine & food pairing, there are a number of considerations, such as texture, acidity, fat and tannin.
Rather than complicating the topic with exotic matches like Garrotxa and Meursault, we’ve got wine and cheese pairing down, so you can just buy and enjoy them in the comfort of your own home!
Bodegas Roda Reserva
Domaine Breton Pierres Rousses Vouvray Blanc
Niepoort Late Bottled Vintage
Cordero di Montezemolo Elioro Chardonnay Langhe
Quinta do Vale Meão Meandro Douro