To recognize the quality of a wine, it’s not necesssary to drink the whole bottle.
Chinese New Year and Valentine’s Day are approaching soon and what a better way to celebrate it than with a glass or maybe even a bottle of Champagne. Not only it will drink perfectly with Chinese cuisines due to its buttery and nutty flavors but it is also the optimal choice of beverage for such special occasion as Valentine’s Day.
Although Indonesia is considered a young wine consumer market, we are proud to see that people are starting to adapt and enjoy lifestyle that include wine. We strongly believe that this young market is full of unlimited potentials and need to be taken seriously. Education and experience will take them to the next level where their taste will develop for better quality wine.
VIN+ is eager to take on this challenge and we are equipped to fulfill the desire of the market. Part of our effort to educate the market is to carry-out Superior wine market where free wine tasting of numerous medium range wines will be presented every Saturday and Sunday. This program is not only to educate the market but also to give a chance for the public to taste different wines available in order to train their palates to different and better wines. Another part of this campaign is the “Wine Flight”, where you can purchase a flight of 4 different types of wine at a very reasonable price from Monday to Friday. Learning by tasting and drinking are the only way to learn about wine . . . . Cheers ! ! !
"Originaly from Great Britain, Ebby Reyhani has over 10 years experience in the industry, having learned from the base up how to make wine in France. Fanatical since an early age, Ebby decided to exchange his office job in the UK
For the third year in a row, Concha Y Toro has been voted the worlds “most admired” wine brand by members of the international wine industry. What has made this particular winery and brand so successful? Is it because of the people? Or maybe it’s due to the region?
Since being founded in 1883 by Don Melchor de Santiago Concha Y Toro, a local businessman and politician and his wife Emiliana Subercasseaux, the company has thrived and is today listed on the New York Stock Exchange. The iconic Casillero del Diablo wines