New Arrivals in June 2023

The beginning of summer, and what appears to be an impending, very wet, rainy season, is marked by the arrival of stellar wines from all over the globe.

Austrian naturalist Michael Gindl returns with a new (to us), multi-vintage blend of Zweigelt and Cabernet Sauvignon called Red Bessi.

From the eastern side over in Burgenland, we’ve sourced Claus Preisinger’s phenomenal Blaufränkisch PetNat ‘DOPE’ along with two serious, textured reds from the Pannonian plane.

A perfect segue on the topic of serious reds, we also see the arrival of more of Tinhof’s stunning St. Laurent Feuersteig 2017, old vines grown on limestone.

Our friends from South Australia have supplied us with panoramic selection of wines this year.

Borachio always dishing out the fun with their electric cuvées like ‘Summer Nat’ and ‘Electric Boots,’ sure to be thirst quenchers for these hot, humid months.

As well, more natural-driven arrivals from Jauma, Yetti & The Kokonut, and a new winemaker to our portfolio Mr. Kyatt Dixon of Limus Wines.

The Barossa and Coonawara bring us lo-fi wines from Geyer Co. and some traditional offerings from the folks at Heirloom and Dandelion Vineyards.

For Italian releases, a particular highlight from Tuscany joins us in Thailand. Elisabeta’s 100% Sangiovese cuvée ‘Toscana Rosso’ is now available along with the timely return of her ‘Rosato’ a pure Canaiuolo.

A new arrival Tuscan Red from Elisabetta Fagiuoli of Montenidoli

To follow suit, a serious selection of German wines have been added to our portfolio. We see a showing representation of the Pfalz in shades of white and pink from Koehler-Ruprecht and biodynamic-certified Odinstal.

From the Mosel, a dynamic array of single vineyard Riesling from the cellars Heymann-Lowenstein alongside cultic, not to mention highly limited, wines from Burgundian-minded Daniel Twardowski.

As well, a stylized selection of enticingly oxidized whites from Raul Perez in Bierzo, Spain

These are just some of the exciting new wines that have joined our portfolio this month; we kindly ask that you kindly take a look at our fully updated and expanded price list for June 2023, as well as some of the fantastic events we have in the coming months.

Gentle Folk’s Stunning Shiraz from the Adelaide Hills

A perennial favorite of ours, Gentle Folk does an outstanding job at capturing everything we love about wine from this little nook of South Australia. Always expanding on the range and depth of their winemaking, their Village series brings a distinctive highlight to the varietals that they mindfully source from some of the best vineyards throughout the Adelaide Hills region.

“A love of wine, food and growing things eventually drew us away from academic life. The Gentle Folk story began in 2012 after spending a lot of our free time in Basket Range helping and hanging out with James Erskine (Jauma), Alex Schulkin (The Other Right) and other early pioneers of the Basket Range wine movement… We currently produce between six and seven thousand cases annually, employ five lovely humans and farm eight hectares of vines. A kid (Leonard) appeared somewhere in the middle! We hope you have an opportunity to try and enjoy our wines no matter where on earth you find yourself.” – Gareth and Rainbo Belton; Owners, Growers, and Winemakers of Gentle Folk wines.

Mature vintages from Chapoutier at Alain Roux’ Le Normandie on May 11th 2023

We invite you to join Le Normandie Chef Phil Hickman and Head Sommelier Antoine Simonnet on this special night. Alain Roux’ renowned creations will be delighted with several mature vintages from Maison Chapoutier from the Rhone Valley.

Throughout the evening Jean Christophe Bernandin will share his knowledge on the specificity of each vintage and the biodynamically farmed vineyard. The menu with wine pairing is set @ thb 15,000++. To book please call the Mandarin Oriental at 02 659-9000.

Le Normandie website here

New arrivals in April & May 2023

During the month of the Thai New Year (and Easter) plus May, we expect the following producers and labels to be cleared and available for you. Many familiar faces return, and a few additions to growing category including the light reds from Australia, and the lauded wines by Andrea & Chris Mullineux from South Africa.


  • Borachio, Limus by Kyatt Dixon, Gentle Folk, Adelaide and Grampians
  • Brash Higgins, Jauma, Yetti & the Kokonut from McLaren Vale
  • Geyer Wines, Dandelion, Heirloom from Barossa and Coonawarra


  • Claus Preisinger, Burgenland – Pannobile, Dope, and Buhl
  • Michael Gindl, Weinviertel – Red Bessi
  • Tinhof, Leithaberg – the terrific St Laurent Feuersteig 2017


  • Heymann Lowenstein, Mosel the pristine Sekt, single vineyard cuvees and some dessert wines
  • Twardowski’s Pinot Noix Ardoise from the Mosel
  • Koehler Ruprecht, Pfalz, the Saumagen Spatlese Trocken 2018
  • Odinstal, Pfalz – several 2020 releases


  • Cambridge Road, Martinborough new releases
  • Soho Wine Co Sauvignon Stella


  • Cantina Bozen and Girlan, Alto Adige
  • Marangona Lugana, Begali Ripasso and Drusian Prosecco, Veneto
  • ArPePe, Valtellina is in stock now including Riserva and large formats
  • Fabio Zambolin and Braida, Piedmonte
  • Montepeloso Maremma, Tuscany
  • Castell’in Villa, Tuscany mature Sangiovese Cabernet blend Santa Croce
  • Marco Carpineti, Lazio
  • Fattoria Rivolta, Campania


  • Champagne – Andre Jacquart, Maurice Vesselle, Lagille, Regis Poissenet, and Lafalise Froissart
  • Beaujolais – Sylvain Martel, Anne Sophie Dubois
  • Bordeaux – Massereau Sauternes from 2005, 2009, 2013 and the superbly drinking Cuvee K 2010
  • Burgundy – Marc Roy, Domaine Testut 1er Cru Chablis, few Berthaut Gerbet and Galeyrand, Pavelot, Parigot, and soon Chavy Chouet
  • Loire – Aubuisieres Vouvray, Domaine Belle Vue Muscadet, Berthier, Alexis Hudon, Pierre Bise, and Fleuriet
  • Savoie – Patrick Bottex
  • South – Clos Cibonne Provence, Aires Hautes Minervois
  • Southwest – Haut Monplaisir Cahors and Cabidos Petit Manseng


  • Barbeito, Madeira – 10 year old Sercial, Bual
  • Niepoort, Duoro – Espumante from Vinho Verde, Redoma Branco


  • Mullineux Swartland and Leeu Passant Stellenbosch


  • Rafael Palacios, Bierzo
  • Raul Perez, Bierzo return of Ultreia St Jacques and few limited Godello cuvees
  • Zarate, Rias Baixas the 2020 single vineyards
  • Raventos I Blanc, Penedes, several cuvees including Mas de Serral 2011
  • Pingus, Ribera del Duero includes PSI, and Flor de Pingus

Martin Muthenthaler, Wachau

This historic wine region set along the Danube river, and 45 minutes west of Vienna, is known around the world for long-lived dry Riesling and Gruner Veltliner. In the most classical sense, and that is when a producer is part of the Vinea Wachau Association, the designated Steinfeder are featherlight, the Federspiel playful, and Smaragd well structured.

Martin set his eyes on the Spitzer Graben, a site situated in a side valley away from the Danube river. Rougher climatic conditions exist here, with steep slatey slopes. Even during summer the temperature appears too cold to sit outside in the late afternoons. The rocky strata under these vines gives the wine a deep mineralic core from very low yield.

Spitzer Graben 2020; 12.5%

Natural yeast, stainless steel ferment; partial aging in oak cask

Juicy and animated with loads of yellow stone fruit and spicy aromatics on the luscious mid palate. Classical pairing with Viennese dishes, but lovely with vegetarian creations, and subtle Southeast Asian spices.

Mature-wine pairing with Kaiseki approach at Terroir Bangkok, Mar 26th 2023

On Sunday March 26th, Terroir Bangkok and Wine Garage invites you on a exceptional wine evening to enjoy quality ingredients, refined cooking and mature labels dating back to 1955.

This one-off wine dinner at the 14-seater kitchen counter is priced at thb 11,400++ per person. Chef Hao and Sommelier Boat will be assisted by our team.

Please get in touch with us by email: or contact the restaurant directly via their Line Official here.

Terroir Bangkok is located off Ekamai Road, near Petchburi Road. The map is here.

Umami Wine Dinner at Lava Asian Bistro on Mar 8-9th

Being right in the midst of Thonglor, it is no wonder Lava’s tagline is EAT DRINK PARTY. We are serious here though, so the the Umami wine dinner is aimed to showcase the skills and variety of Chef Jeriko, whom many know from Cocotte restaurant. With his mates, Adrien and Lucas, they will ensure the sequence and preparation for this dinner is seamless.

Come join us for some fun! Lava website is , to book email or call 099 285 7676

The wine pairing with 5 labels is priced at thb 3,690 plus tax and service per person

Four-hands Thai Chinese collaboration at Taan, Siam at Siam Hotel March 4th

Tucked away, under the rooftop with one of the best sunsets around town (Paradise Lost) is Taan, a Thai restaurant helmed since the beginning by Chef Thep, who focuses on the country’s food artisan and unique ingredients.

Coming Saturday, he is joined by the rising star of Thai cuisine, Chef Pam of Potong, whose acclaim includes one Michelin star, and Best New Restaurant Award by Conde Nast Traveller.

Together they present below menu for the 9-course dinner at thb 4,900 per person plus tax and service.

To book call 065 328 7374

Taan website is

Butcher’s Garage at the Accidental Butcher, March 11th

We are pleased to re-unite with both Blair and Steve at the outdoor casual dinner in Ekamai. This time around the focus will be on Provenance Lamb and Levantine flavors. Cloud Wine will offer a welcome aperitif, as well as a small selection of by the glass and bottles.

Wine workshop at the Food School on March 9th

In our second workshop at the Food School, and one of three this year, we will share the stories and efforts made by producers, who over the years have altered the state of their farm, as well as implemented energy saving mechanisms at the winery to bottle wines that are conscientious about our environment.

Come find out what cutting edge means in the adverse times of global warming and drought, while also learn about terms like vegan, organic and biodynamic.

The guided wine tasting will be paired with Thai bites prepared by in-house chefs.