Like red and white wines, orange wines have many variations. One can expect plenty of mouth-gripping tannins and honeyed aroma with every sip. It can be paired with roasts, cheeses, even fermented foods like Japanese miso, Korean kimchi and Indonesian tempeh.
Exclusively available in Singapore, orange wines can also be found in fine dining establishments like Odette, Pollen and Salt & Grill Sky Bar.
Saké is one of Japan’s most iconic alcoholic exports. With breweries dotted across the peninsula, there are approximately 1200 different sakés to choose from. From Kyoto and Niigata’s premium sakés to Tohoku region’s fruity and complex styles, Adrian Goh, Head Saké Sommelier at Singapore’s Inter Rice Asia has prefecture covered.
Cheese is all about flavour, colour, ripeness and passion! The key word to a great cheese selection is variety. With over 1,200 varieties to choose from, every cheese from Europe is unique. In France alone, cheese has been around for more than 5,000 years and still, new cheeses arise every day.
Hunter Valley is the birthplace of Australian wine. A short drive from Sydney, this is a dynamic wine country region filled with old delights and new surprises. As the oldest and most iconic wine region, Hunter Valley is best explored on a weekend to escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.