Mosel Calling: Daniel Twardowski & Mirco Keller Collaborate for an evening of German Gastronomic Excellence

As a proper send off to next week’s long weekend, we’ll be inviting winemaker Daniel Twardowski and a lineup of his incredible Pinots to the tables of Keller next Thursday July 27th. A pairing of sublime, unique, and elevated German wines calls for cuisine that waltzes to the same tempo, thus Berlin-native Mirco Keller brings his suave, German-inspired, contemporary fine dining to help set the tone.

Mr. Twardowski has been making waves for quite some time now, his relentless pursuit and passion for producing Pinot Noir has elevated his wines and their demeanor to somewhat of a cult status. Ever the iconoclast, Daniel’s winemaking seeks not to reproduce or imitate but rather awaken a deeper under-standing of what his project in the Mosel means for the importance of German viticulture and as he calls it, the noble Pinot Noix grape.

Our guests can expect a veritable showcase of what modern German cuisine and winemaking has to offer and innovate, all set across the backdrop of Bangkok’s currently teeming food & wine scene. Keller’s innovative menu will be available with a la carte options alongside a selection of Daniel’s cuvées available by the glass or in the form of three 90ml pour flight set.

Wines that will be featured in the lineup include:

  • Daniel Twardowski Ultra Tradition Brut NV, Mosel, Germany – “The grapes come from our own plots on the Dhroner Hofberg. The young wines of both vintages (15 and 16) spent 12 months in used barriques before undergoing a second fermentation together passed on the bottle. The result is bone dry and finalized without any dosage, hence the name. It’s exciting how this edition differs from the Brut Edition, even if it’s just 2 grams more dosage . Citrus, yellow plum, apple, spicy, with gripping acidity and fine perlage . It’s one of those wines that sticks in your memory for a long time.” – Daniel Twardowski
  • Daniel Twardowski 3rd 2019, Mosel, Germany “Fragrant red-cherry nose with delicate wild-strawberry and herbal notes. Very fine fruit and no less fine tannins that are beautifully matched. Long and filigree finish that has serious depth.” – James Suckling
  • Daniel Twardowski Pinot Noix Ardoise 2018, Mosel, Germany “A very delicate, subtle pinot noir with just a whiff of funk (reduction). For its sleek and cool style, this has impressive concentration and really fine tannins. Expands at the finish like a bandoneon, the tannic power gently building to a serious crescendo.” – James Suckling

Both food and wine are available as a la carte options with a special flight of Daniel’s wines available for 1800thb++. To reserve your seat, please reach out to or call +66 64 839 5563. To get to Keller located in Baan Turtle view here.

Australia goes Issan! Brad Hickey of Brash Higgins Wine to takeover Zao on July 26th

No stranger to adventure, globe-trotting sommelier turned winemaker Brad Hickey of Brash Higgins will be touching down in Thailand next week. And what better way to show off Brad’s spectrometric assortment of wines than paired with the brightest and fieriest dishes from Bangkok’s favorite Ekamai-based Issan institution, Zao!

Intrepid and bold dishes make a home at Zao, as they serve up some of the purest distillations of Issan food and drink culture that we have the pleasure of finding further south here in Bangkok. Their food is unapologetically spicy, sour, funky, and deeply authentic, begging for wines with jovial sensibilities and structure to highlight everything on the plate from nuance to intensity. We’ve found a perfect match in Brash Higgins, whose wines are made under the same philosophy of non-conventional charm and creating engaging, downright fun flavors for all those willing to savor.

Expect to find exciting dishes like Laab with river snails paired with fresh, acid-driven Chenin Blanc; smokey, grilled Nam Tok Neua alongside spicy, amphora-raised Nero d’Avola; Yums with fresh watermelon dripping in salty, funky fish sauce & chilis to be slurped down with a glass of aromatic, skin-contact Zibbibo. Safe to say, there will be a mouthwatering myriad of flavors to dive into headfirst including a rare wine of Brad’s new to our neck of the woods.

These cuvées will be available both by the glass and as a flight of wines:

  • Brash Higgins CHN 2022, Chenin Blanc, McLaren Vale, Australia‘A pale straw in hue, the wine is heady with Chenin perfume of honey, straw, celery, real lemonade and water chestnut. Soft entry with trim acidity, the wine tightens as it flows across the tongue revealing a lick of saline and oyster shell. Good natural acidity with a delicate chalky, lemon pucker and notes of liquorice on the finish that pull you back for another look.’
  • Brash Higgins ZBO 2022, Zibbibo, McLaren Vale, Australia‘Cloudy and a diaphanous, pale copper in appearance. The wine is dry yet exudes tantalising herbal, spice and stone fruit aromas. Complex nose of apricot, graphite/pencil shavings, cut ginger, cloves, elderflower, white pepper, Belgian white ale, and wild honey leaps from the glass. On the palate, the wine has a soft entry but with good grip, an earthy sweet chalk/clay element with notes of lemon oil, tangerines, tea and cinnamon apples.’
  • Brash Higgins NDV 2020, Nero d’Avola, McLaren Vale, Australia“Dark ruby in colour, with hints of black cherry, Indian spices and stem ginger. Orange peel also present which is usual in this wine. Reminiscent of a Negroni cocktail, angostura bitters and all. A pomegranate, bright dark raspberry and morello cherry mid-palate balanced by a refreshing sweet and sour red cherry acidity. The wine finishes with fine grained, chain link tannins as well as some savouriness.”
  • Brash Higgins CBSV 2020, Cabernet Sauvignon, McLaren Vale, Australia‘Perfumed nose; caraway seeds, floral, sweet mint, blueberries and cassis, with spicy notes of Earl Grey tea, and Dutch liquorice. On the palate the wine is smooth and rich with the sweet earthiness of roasted root vegetables, the acidity of rhubarb and the dark lusciousness of black currants. Layered and complex, the 2020 finishes with lovely sweet notes as well as that typical cabernet tannin keeping the wine taut.

All food and wines will be available a la carte with a special flight of all four of Brad’s wines for 900thb++ and the option of a pairing with two of Zao’s signature dishes for 1500thb++ altogether. To book please message @zaoisan on Instagram or call Tel 063-246-9545. To get there, view the map here.

Communal Wine Workshop II: Syrah vs Shiraz

This July 22nd, our portfolio manager, Ottara will be continuing his Cloud Wine workshop series with a communal exploration into the spicy world of Syrah.

At last month’s workshop, we saw wine lovers, aficionados and friends come together to chat Chenin Blanc and discover some new things about a classic varietal through the lens of a few of our favorite producers.

This month we follow suit, addressing the age-old question of Syrah vs Shiraz; taking a deep and vinous look at the history of the grape in France and Australia. We’ll talk about how the grape has manifested itself throughout time, how it’s changed and developed stylistically, and where exactly does it fit into the modern world of winemaking today.

This class is designed for all wine-minded folks from beginner to expert, but we find may it be more enjoyable if you already have a bit of basic knowledge coming into it. The spirit of this class is to stimulate conversation, engage about the wines, and hopefully make some new drinking buddies in the process.

For bookings and enquiries please contact us via Line: @cloudwine or Instagram: @cloudwinebottleshop and email to:

4-6pm on Sat July 22nd – Syrah vs. Shiraz at Cloud Wine at Commons Saladaeng for 990thb for 4 wines and and a fizzy welcome.

Labels presented:

Hervé Souhaut’s ‘Syrah’ | Ardèche, France | 2020

Stéphane Ogier’s ‘Le Passage St. Joseph’ | Rhône Valley, France | 2016

Luke Lambert’s ‘Syrah’ | Yarra Valley, Australia | 2021

Frankland Estate’s ‘Estate Shiraz’ | Frankland River, Australia | 2020

New Arrivals July 2023

We started this month off as a festival of Bangkok’s wine community, showcasing the depth and dynamism of our wine scene through an outstanding tasting of over 60 different varietals from all around the globe. This month is a celebration been a of wine to say the least, and new arrivals landing on our shores are always a welcome party favor.

Expect to see a bit of regional focus here as we have a bevy of producers, but all representing decisively important regions. A strong showing of minimal intervention winemaking from the Loire and Alsace, some classics from the Rhône, a few eccentricities from Aotearoa, and a new yet familiar selection of flavors from some of Austria and West Coast America’s best.

From the cool banks of the Loire, our friends Frantz Saumon, Marie Thibault, and Lise & Bertrand Jousset not only grace us with their perennial favorites but bring new additions to the books.

On the bubbly side, two notably naturel Chenin Blanc based sparklers, Thibault’s ‘La Roue Qui Tourne’ and the Jousset’s magnum format ‘Éxilé Blanc PetNat’ are not to be missed, pairing perfectly with these hotter months. Following in tow with more mineral-minded white wines from our friend Frantz as well.

Returning timely to Bangkok are also the highly approachable wines of Damien & Coralie of La Grange Tiphaine. The new vintage of ‘Trinqu’ames’ especially captures this sentiment, being their freshest vision of Sauvignon Blanc suited for all palates and predilections.

Further east in the alpines, we have the Demeter-certified biodynamic houses of Zusslin and Achillée; one carrying with it fifteen generations of tradition, while the other ushers forth the modern guard of Alsatian winemaker.

House Achillée presents Hespéridé, a multi-vintage blend of single-varietal Gewürztraminer made extra-aromatic with a maceration on the skins. Delightful and textural. In addition, their easy-going natural ‘Pepin’ cuvées are back in shades of orange and petillant.

Zusslin’s Ophrys 2021 co-ferment of Pinot Noir and Auxerrois delicately coax together into a seductive potion of elegant, airy red.

Finally, from the south of France in the rocky Rhône Valley, the biodynamic-certified, yet highly precision-driven wines of M. Chapoutier. We’ve received lush, textural entry level whites along with a stunning array older vintages from sites in St. Joseph, Côte Rôtie, Chateauneuf-de-Pape, and the absolutely legendary hills of Hermitage.

From the Austrian regions of Burgenland, Weinviertel, and Wachau, we welcome new arrivals from our natural-oriented friends Claus Preisinger and Wabi Sabi, and the return of Johannes Zillinger’s endearingly approachable Gruner Velue Velue. And of course, on the more definitively classic side, the precise, baroque-motif-adorned wines of Weingut Knoll; known for their pure, crystalline portions of Smaragd Grüner Veltliner and Riesling a must-taste for fans of the varietal, including their Vinotheken bottling.s

Claus’ new ‘Puszta Libre’ is an exciting ultra-quaffable, highly chillable red wine made for quick and easy drinking that will be here for the first time in Thailand.

Next we travel to the South Island of New Zealand, in the highly reputed region of Marlborough where salty Sauvignon Blanc reigns supreme; long-time producer of ours, Churton Winery, graces us with a bottling from their new ‘Natural State’ line of wines.

Finishing with our North American winemaking friends, we have new bottlings from the folks at Peay Vineyards and Cep Wines, and the wines of Ghostwriter have returned with more cuvées after a long hiatus. This project, helmed by Thai-American skateboarder turned winemaker Kenny Likitprakong, boasts some of the most compelling flavors from the Santa Cruz mountain region, including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Syrah.

As for Peay, these serious, complex, and age-worthy California wines have been impressing and exciting for quite some time now. Find this month elevated selection of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from the West Sonoma Coast’s iconic terroir. As well, for their second label, the Cep Wine project sees the addition of a cool and easy Syrah.

Finally, as these summer months call for even more enticing and refreshing beverages, we present to you Ragazzi & Succo! An Australian-made, orange-hued elixir of organic grape brandy, citrus, and botanicals; sure to make its way into your favorite spritz, sour, or apéritif. This complex and moreish beverage is a perfect low-abv crowd-pleaser, versatile enough to impress at any fête or fiesta.

All this an even more to be found on our newly updated price list of July 2023. We look forward to taking care of your wine selections during these toasty Bangkok summer months and seeing you at all our upcoming events. Please feel free to reach out should you have any further questions or inquiries.

WORKSHOP: Low intervention wine in fine dining, Aug 3rd 2023

Coming August 3rd, we will conduct a wine workshop at the Food School Bangkok. This course is opening the door for participants to explore the exceptional production and outstanding flavor profiles and follow the march of low intervention wines into fine dining restaurants around the world. How sommeliers and chefs began to cherish the purity of the flavors, thus being able to offer new taste dimensions, and share the stories and efforts made by producers, who over the years have altered the state of their farm to bottle wines that are conscientious to our environment. Come find out what cutting edge means in the adverse times of global warming and drought.

The two-hour session is priced at thb 5,500 for 6 wines served with Italian bites by Alma. Starts 18.00hrs

To book call Tel 02 150 8787 or visit this link here.

Stephane Tissot Cremant de Jura BBF Extra Brut NV, Jura, France (Demeter)

Odinstal Riesling Basalt, Pfalz, Germany (Demeter)

Cambridge Rose of Venus 2022, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand

Ochota Barrels x Gentle Folk Pinot Noir Father’s Milk 2021, Adelaide Hills, Australia

Herve Souhaut St Joseph Clos de Cessieux 2018, Rhone, France

Sepp Muster Grafin 2016, Styria, Austria (Demeter)

The Paired Cork Dork Challenge, Jul 3rd

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Wine Garage เชิญชวนนักชิมไวน์ นักดื่มไวน์ ซอมเมอลิเยร์ และผู้เชี่ยวชาญเรื่องไวน์ทุกแขนง ถ้าคุณทำงานเกี่ยวกับไวน์
และชอบความท้าทายใหม่ ๆ ให้มาร่วมสนุกกันในกิจกรรมแข่งขันชิมไวน์ (blind tasting) ในวันที่ 3 กรกฎาคมนี้
The Paired Cork Dork challenge มีจุดมุ่งหมายที่จะช่วยให้คนทำงานเกี่ยวกับไวน์ได้มาแสดงความสามารถ
และใช้ทักษะการชิมระดับลึกให้เป็นประโยชน์ เราจึงให้แต่ละทีมจับคู่เข้าแข่งขัน 2 คน โดยคนหนึ่งเป็นผู้เชี่ยวชาญ
และอีกคนหนึ่งเป็นหน้าใหม่ในวงการไวน์ เพื่อร่วมกันแข่งชิมไวน์ ชิงรางวัล เป็นไวน์ที่หายากและมีคุณค่าทางจิตใจ
คุณสมบัติของผู้เข้าแข่งขันที่เป็นผู้เชี่ยวชาญนั้น จะต้องมีประสบการณ์ทำงานในด้านไวน์อย่างน้อย 5 ปี ผ่านการสอบ WSET Level 3
หรือได้รับการรับรองจาก Court of Master Sommeliers (Certified Sommelier)
ส่วนผู้เข้าแข่งขันหน้าใหม่ จะต้องมีประสบการณ์ทำงาน น้อยกว่า 3 ปี และผ่านการสอบ WSET ไม่เกิน Level 2
ค่าสมัครเข้าร่วมแข่งขันทีมละ 1,500 บาท สำหรับรอบการแข่งขัน 14:00 หรือ 15:30 น. ซึ่งผู้เข้าแข่งขันสามารถใช้เข้างาน Around
the Globe in 60 Grapes งานไวน์เทสติ้งที่รวมไวน์จากองุ่น 60 สายพันธุ์ทั่วโลก ซึ่งจัดในสถานที่เดียวกัน ตั้งแต่เวลา 18:00 –
21:00 น.
หากคุณรักไวน์และกำลังหาที่ทดสอบทักษะการชิมของคุณ พร้อมแข่งขันไปด้วย ลงทะเบียนกับเราได้เลย ผู้ชนะ 10
อันดับแรกจะได้รับรางวัลหายากสุดพิเศษจาก Wine Garage, Riedel และ Coravin
The Paired Cork Dork Challenge จะจัดขึ้นในวันจันทร์ที่ 3 กรกฎาคม ระหว่าง 14:00 – 16:00 น. ที่ Crystal Box ใน
Gaysorn Urban Resort (ดูแผนที่ได้ที่นี่) โดยในการแข่งขันจะมีไวน์ 8 ฉลากให้ชิมและตอบคำถามภายใน 60 นาที
ติดต่อสอบถามเพิ่มเติมหรือสมัครเข้าร่วมการแข่งขันได้ที่ LINE ID @winegarage หรืออีเมล


Calling all professional swirlers, sniffers, sommeliers, and cork dorks… Do you work in the wine industry and love a good challenge? Well, we here at Wine Garage will be throwing down the blind tasting gauntlet this July 3rd and you’re very much invited!

The Cork Dork challenge is meant to bring out the best of our wine community and to help wine professionals share their deep skillsets, so our competitors will be facing off in teams comprised of two members, one more senior and the other more fresh-faced in the world of wine. These dynamic duos will compete in blind tasting challenge with the top five finishers all receiving phenomenal, rare and mature wines.

For qualification purposes, we ask that senior competitors have at least 5 years of experience as a wine professional and/or a minimum WSET Level 3 or Court of Master Sommeliers Certification. For our junior competitors, they must be less than 3 years into their work in the wine industry and cannot have higher than WSET level 2.

Entry fee per team is priced at thb 1500 which includes submission into the Cork Dork competition on July 3rd at either 2pm or 330pm. All participants will also gain access to “The Around the Globe in 60 Grapes” tasting that evening which features 60 different grape varietals from our extensive portfolio. The event takes places in the same venue from 6- 9pm.

If you love wine and are seeking to put your skills to the test at Bangkok’s premier blind tasting competition, register quickly here! The top 10 finishers will be offered a special and rare gift from us, plus goodies from Riedel Glass Co. and Coravin.

The Paired Cork Dork Challenge will be held at Crystal Box in Gaysorn Urban Resort on Monday July 3rd between 2-4pm. BTS Chidlom. Map view here

Set of 8 wines are to be reviewed and answered during 60 minutes

For more questions or request the registration form just contact us via LINE ID @winegarage or email to

One of this year’s greatest wine event is about to happen on Jul 3rd!

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Wine Garage ผู้จัดจำหน่ายไวน์รายใหญ่ของกรุงเทพฯ จัดงานชิมไวน์ครั้งพิเศษที่คัดสรรไวน์จากพอร์ตโฟลิโอไวน์ออร์แกนิกของตัวเองมาถึง
60 ฉลาก จากองุ่น 60 สายพันธุ์ทั่วโลก โดยไวน์แต่ละฉลากแสดงลักษณะเด่นของสายพันธุ์องุ่นและแหล่งปลูกที่ต่างกัน
เรียกว่าเป็นหนึ่งในโอกาสหายากที่จะได้ชิมไวน์จากองุ่นหลากหลายสายพันธุ์ในครั้งเดียว ซึ่งคนรักไวน์ไม่ควรพลาด
คุณจะได้ชิมองุ่นที่คุ้นเคยอย่าง Chenin Blanc จากแหล่งปลูกใหม่ ๆ ลองชิมองุ่นที่กำลังมาแรงอย่าง Carricante จาก Etna ประเทศอิตาลี
ไปจนถึงทำความรู้จักกับองุ่นชื่อไม่คุ้นอย่าง Xinomavro จาก Cephalonia ในกรีซ รับรองว่าทั้งสไตล์และรสชาติของไวน์ที่คัดเลือกมา
จะทำให้ประสบการณ์จากงานครั้งนี้ไม่เหมือนงานชิมไวน์อื่น ๆ ในปีนี้แน่นอน
งานนี้จัดที่ Crystal Box ใน Gaysorn Urban Resort โดยผู้เข้าร่วมงานสามารถเลือกซื้อบัตรเพื่อชิมไวน์ 30 ฉลาก ในราคา 1,750
บาท หรือ 60 ฉลาก ในราคา 2,400 บาท และภายในงานยังสามารถซื้อเครดิตเพื่อชิมไวน์เพิ่มเติมได้อีกด้วย นอกจากนี้บัตรเข้างานยังรวมน้ำแร่
Perrier และอาหารแบบคานาเป้ที่มีบริการตลอดงาน
Around the Globe in 60 Grapes จะจัดขึ้นในวันจันทร์ที่ 3 กรกฎาคม 2566 ตั้งแต่ 18:00 – 21:00 น. ที่ Crystal Box,
Gaysorn Urban Resort ใกล้สถานีบีทีเอสชิดลม ดูแผนที่ได้ที่นี่
ผู้สนใจสามารถจองบัตรได้ในเว็บไซต์ Megatrix
ดูข้อมูลเพิ่มเติมได้ที่ Facebook Event Page หรืออีเมล

We are happy to share this exciting line up for the tasting and hope it will make your decision to join easier!

  1. Aligoté –Chavy Chouet Les Maréchaux Bourgogne Aligoté / Burgundy France / 2021
  2. Alvarinho – Anselmo Mendes Contacto / Vinho Verde, Portugal / 2021
  3. Auxerrois – Migot Blanc de Blancs Brut / Lorraine, France / NV
  4. Blaufränkisch – J. Trapl Spritzerberg Reserve / Burgenland, Austria / 2016
  5. Barbera – Braida Bricco dell’Uccellone Barbera d’Asti Magnum / Piedmont, Italy / 2017
  6. Chardonnay –Altugnac Terres Amoureuses Limoux / Languedoc, France / 2020
  7. Cabernet Sauvignon – Timo Mayer Cabernet Sauvignon / Yarra Valley, Australia / 2018
  8. Chenin Blanc – Mullineux Old Vine White / Stellenbosch, South Africa / 2021
  9. Cabernet Franc – Domaine du Bel Air Marsaules / Loire Valley, France / 2017
  10. Carricante – Federico Curtaz Gamma / Sicily, Italy / 2018
  11. Canaiolo – Montenidoli Rosato / Tuscany, Italy / 2022
  12. Corvina – Pra Amarone della Valpolicella / Veneto, Italy / 2013
  13. Cariñena (Carignan) – Garage Wine Co. Carignan Portezuelo, Maule 2019
  14. Furmint – Balassa Tokaj Szent / Tokaj, Hungary / 2019
  15. Fiano di Avellino – Ciro Picariello Ciro 906 / Campania, Italy / 2018
  16. Freisa – Az. Agr. 499 Coste dei Fre Langhe / Piedmont, Italy / 2018
  17. Gamay – A.S. Dubois L’Alchimiste Fleurie / Beaujolais, France / 2020
  18. Gelber Muskateller – R. Rabl Gelber Muskateller / Kamptal, Austria / 2021
  19. Grüner Veltliner – M. Muthenthaler Spitzer Graben / Wachau, Austria / 2020
  20. Grolleau – M. Thibault Le Grolleau / Loire Valley, France / 2021
  21. Gewürztraminer – F. Groebe Westhofener / Rheinhessen, Germany / 2019
  22. Godello – Raul Perez La del Vivo / Bierzo, Spain / 2021
  23. Garnacha (Grenache) – Comando G La Bruja de Rozas / Madrid, Spain / 2021
  24. Lagrein – Kellerei Bozen Riserva Taber / Alto Adige, Italy / 2017
  25. Malbec – Alpamanta Estate Malbec / Mendoza, Argentina / 2012
  26. Merlot – Chateau Clarisse Puisseguin St. Emilion / Bordeaux, France / 2017
  27. Mondeuse – A&M Quenard Arbin Terres Brunes / Savoie, France / 2021
  28. Malvasia – Skerk Malvasia / Friuli, Italy / 2019
  29. Mencia – Niepoort & Raul Perez Calderara Tinto / Bierzo, Spain / 2015
  30. Menu Pineau – L. &B. Jousset Menu Pineau / Loire Valley, France / 2020
  31. Mourvedre – Atlan & Artisan Epistem No. 3 / Yecla, Spain / 2015
  32. Nebbiolo – ArPePe Rosso di Valtellina / Lombardy, Italy / 2020
  33. Nerello Mascalese – Benanti Etna Rosso / Sicily, Italy / 2020
  34. Pinot Gris – Vincent Fleith Pinot Gris / Alsace, France / 2018
  35. Pinot Noir –Ziereisen Talrain / Baden, Germany / 2019
  36. Pinot Blanc – Girlan Platt & Riegl / Alto Adige, Italy / 2021
  37. Pais – Garage Wine Co. Pais 215 BC Single Ferment / Itata Valley, Chile / 2020
  38. Pelaverga – Castello di Verduno S-ciopet Rosato Dossagio Zero / Piedmont, Italy / 2018
  39. Poulsard – Domaine des Carlines Cotes du Jura / Jura, France / 2020
  40. Pedro Ximenez – Valdespino El Candado / Andalusia, Spain / NV
  41. Pineau d’Aunis –Tue Boeuf Pineau d’Aunis / Loire Valley, France / 2020
  42. Roussanne – Jamsheed Beechworth Roussanne / Victoria, Australia / 2021
  43. Riesling – Carousal Riesling / Clare Valley, Australia / 2022
  44. Sauvignon Blanc – Oliver Zeter Fumé / Pfalz, Germany / 2020
  45. Syrah – Luke Lambert Syrah / Yarra Valley, Australia / 2021
  46. St. Laurent – Erwin Tinhof Eisenstadt / Leithaberg, Austria / 2017
  47. Silvaner – Odinstal Silvaner Nakt / Pfalz, Germany / 2020
  48. Sangiovese – Collemattoni Rosso di Montalcino / Tuscany, Italy / 2020
  49. Savagnin – Domaine Tissot Arbois Savagnin / Jura, France / 2018
  50. Sercial – Barbeito Reserva Velha 10 Year / Madeira, Portugal / NV
  51. Tibouren – Clos Cibonne Cru Classé Tradition / Provence, France / 2020
  52. Tempranillo – CVNE Vina Real Gran Reserva / Rioja, Spain / 2016
  53. Trousseau – Domaine Tissot Trousseau Singulier / Jura, France / 2019
  54. Tsolikouri – Okro’s Wine / Imereti, Georgia / 2018
  55. Viognier – M. Chapoutier Grange de Mirabelles / Ardeche, France / 2021
  56. Vernaccia – Montenidoli Vernaccia di San Gimignano Tradition / Tuscany, Italy / 2020
  57. Verdejo – Belondrade y Lurton Estate / Rueda, Spain / 2019
  58. Xinomavro – Domaine Thymiopoulos Alta Naoussa / Macedonia, Greece / 2020
  59. Zinfandel – Marietta Cellars Roman / North Coast, California, USA / 2020
  60. Zibbibo – Brash Higgins ZBO / McLaren Vale, Australia / 2021


“Around the globe” showcases our findings from venturing to some the world’s greatest, but also a few undiscovered areas, to meet great people making great wine. Period.

This will be the tasting of the year to reacquaint yourself with the known – say a Chenin Blanc, but from perhaps an unexplored region. Or taste the emerging Carricante from the ash-covered vineyards of Etna on Sicily, and of course also dwell into the unknown and savor the beautiful Xinomavro from Cephalonia in Greece. The styles and character of wines on display are surely some of the most unique showcases made available this year, selected by our team from a range of 800 organic labels.

This event takes place at the Gaysorn’s Crystal Box from 6 – 9pm on the evening of Monday the 3rd. Guests are able to purchase tickets in two categories, with options including the half (30) at thb 1,750 or the whole lineup of wines (60) at thb 2,400. The range will allow attendees to proverbially dip their toes or fully dive right into our full lineup of wines. In addition, guests will be able to purchase more tasting credits on arrival for those that wish to taste more than originally intended. Included in the price will be plenty of Perrier Mineral Water, and heavy cocktail (canapes) provided by the venue.

AROUND THE GLOBE IN 60 GRAPES: Crystal Box in Gaysorn Urban Resort on Monday July 3rd between 6-9pm. BTS Chidlom. Parking if needed is in Gaysorn Village. Map view here

Participants aged 20 years and over can purchase their tickets here at Megatix.

Two tiers of tickets will be available starting at thb 1750 and thb 2,400, each respectively granting entry and either 30 or 60 tastes of wine

For more information visit www.facebook/event or email 

We look forward to welcoming you soon!

Journey along the Rhone Valley at Cocotte on June 21st

We love the ‘free style’ pick your own wine and food options now happening around town with wine events. Thus join us next Wednesday, June 21st and explore not only the grapes grown in the north and southern Rhone valley, but also to savor four special creations by the culinary team of Cocotte, one of Bangkok’s most successful grills of recent years.

The selection of 5 wines are available by glass and bottle, and presented to you by a familiar face in Bangkok’s F&B scene: Ottara Pyne who recently joined us as Portfolio Manager. Labels by Chapoutier, Stephane Ogier, Herve Souhaut, Coursodon and Jean Royer are well recognized across the globe and represent some of the finest styles you will encounter.

To enquire call Tel 092 664 6777 or book here online

Cocotte Farm Roast & Winery map here (Sukhumvit Soi 39).

Let us know if we can assist any futher!

Boutique wine fair at Crystal Box, Gaysorn Tower, Sat Jul 15th

To book or inquire please email or contact us LINE ID @winegarage

We have chosen this range, only 15 of more than 100 labels to try

Castello di Verduno S-ciopet Rosato Dossagio Zero Methodo Classico 2018, Piedmont, Italy

Laberinto Sauvignon Blac Trumao Sur 2019, Colbun, Chile

Zarate Albarino Tras da Vina 2020, Rias Baixas, Spain

Falkenstein Riesling Ockfener Bockstein Kabinett 2021, Mosel, Germany

Stephane Ogier Condrieu Combe de Malleval 2020, Rhone, France

Alpamanta Chardonnay 2021, Mendoza, Argentina

Clos Cibonne Provence Cru Classé Rosé Caroline (Tibouren) 2020, Provence, France

Jauma Alfred Clarendon Grenache 2017, McLaren, South Australia

Enderle & Moll Pinot Noir Liaison 2017, Baden, Germany

Umathum Haideboden 2018, Burgenland, Austria

Domaine de Viaud Lalande de Pomerol 2004, Bordeaux, France

Corzano E Paterno Il Corzano Toscana Rosso IGT 2017, Tuscany, Italy

Garage Wine Co The Ploughman Cabernet Sauvignon 2020, Maule, Chile

Dominio de Pingus PSI 2020, Ribera del Duero, Spain

Atlan & Artisan 8 Vents 2019, Mallorca, Spain

Communal Wine Workshop with our Portfolio Manager on June 24th

Our new Portfolio Manager, Ottara will be leading a wine community oriented, social workshop revolving around different styles of wine, grapes, regions, and more starting this June 24th 2023.

With so many amazing producers now available to us in Thailand, we want to be able to create more awareness around them and help our customers learn more about what they like and help them find more of that in the wine world. The whole spirit of this workshop is not only to learn but to help engage and create experiences around wine in a social setting. So bring your loved ones, your friends, and your wine club.

This month, we’ll be starting out with Chenin Blanc, a fan-favorite varietal that seems to mesh so well with our palates and sensory preferences in this part of the world. We’ll be exploring the grape in four distinct ways, from three different regions and their respective countries.

For bookings and enquiries please contact us via Line: @cloudwine or Instagram: @cloudwinebangkok and email to:

4-6pm on Sat June 24th – Chenin Blanc at Cloud Wine at Commons Saladaeng for 990thb for 4 wines and and a fizzy welcome.

Labels presented from Clos du Tue Boeuf, Geyer Wine Co., Kloof Street and Domaine Aubuisieres.

July TBD – Syrah v Shiraz

August TBD – American Wines

September TBD – German Riesling