Feasts and Fêtes for the End of November

We often find that no matter where you are from in the world or what you choose to celebrate, there’s always a delightful common denominator in the indulgence of food and drink. So for the end of November, before December’s holidays, get-togethers, and gatherings arrive in full swing, we have a few food-centric events focusingContinue reading “Feasts and Fêtes for the End of November”

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 SmaragdContinue reading “Martin Muthenthaler, Wachau”

New arrivals on our shores this Feb 2023

Several shipments sailing in during the last days of 2022 have finally cleared and we are mostly set for you. Please do get in touch with further questions or remarks. We are happy to share our thoughts! Delays from the United States weren’t for the impatient, thus we are very pleased to share new arrivalsContinue reading “New arrivals on our shores this Feb 2023”

Marietta based in Geyserville, Sonoma

Scott Bilbro, one of Chris’ 4 sons, who took over the winery explains about this wine “The sum is greater than the parts. It was inspired by the old field-blend blocks and cooking with his (Chris) friends. It put Marietta on the map and has been a great connector. He’d blend on the hoof forContinue reading “Marietta based in Geyserville, Sonoma”

Amber Wines x Issan Tapas, Mahaseth Ekamai on Oct 21st 2020

Welcome to the new era of Issan cuisine. While somtam and grilled chicken are still a favorite, what Thai chefs are dishing out at Mahaseth or DAG (Warehouse 30) is pushing the envelope beyond any expectations. On Wed Oct 21st, we team up with Chef Chalee Kader, who prepares the below menu, served shared, andContinue reading “Amber Wines x Issan Tapas, Mahaseth Ekamai on Oct 21st 2020”

Chocolate and Wine Pairing, Oct 6 2018

If you are a Bangkokian with a sweet tooth, we urge you to join us at Another Story, EMQuartier this Saturday starting 530pm. This will be a special workshop of luxurious indulgence in confections and nectar-like wines. Our collaboration partner Natalie of Xoconat obsesses over details when making small-batch chocolate, one at a time. TheContinue reading “Chocolate and Wine Pairing, Oct 6 2018”

Austrian Wine Week, Bangkok

We are super excited to be offering an array of Austrian varietals around some of Bangkok’s finest dining establishments from 1-5th October.   Franz, founder of Tastes of Austria and myself were both working in New York City around the millennium, but our paths crossed a few years later during a trade visit to Tokio.Continue reading “Austrian Wine Week, Bangkok”

Spanish Steps dinner at Bunker, May 7-9th, 2017

We are extremely pleased to work with Arnie Marcella, Chef and Andreas Pergher, Beverage Director, on this menu and wine pairing, which traces back Arnie’s history and stories. The above 4-course menu is thb 2,250++ with optional wine pairing  at thb 1,500++. Recently, the dining front of our City of Angels seems to progress faster thanContinue reading “Spanish Steps dinner at Bunker, May 7-9th, 2017”

Basket Case

Wine Garage and friends, or say neighbors in Sukhumvit  Soi 45, have prepared some interesting food and non-food items for gift giving season. Please browse through the 3 different sizes of hampers filled with home-made products from Quince Eatery & Bar, Casa Pagoda, Luka Cafe and Malou Tea. SMALL – thb 3,300 Petite Casa PagodaContinue reading “Basket Case”

Red wines to cellar

While a good one-to-three-hour aeration will help lift hidden flavors and aromas in a great young wine, it still cannot compete with a wine that has spent more time in a dark, cool place. Wines that get a chance to shed their “baby fat” will produce a subtler, more complex set of flavors—the result ofContinue reading “Red wines to cellar”