Rare & Fine Wines

2311 1177 Shop 11, G/Fl., Hankow Centre 5-15 Hankow Road
Tsim Sha Tsui,
Hong Kong View map

In the world of wines, endless pleasure comes from sharing and discovering. Based on this belief, we established Rare & Fine Wines Limited in last summer and opened our first retail shop in September 2003. To discover the wonderful taste of a wine, you have to "uncork" the bottle to release its bouquet and flavour. We hope you can spare a few moments to "uncork" Rare & Fine Wines, you'll be amazed that even in a new wine shop, you don't only find the fresh aromas from young wines; but it can also offer you the traditional taste and bouquet from classic old timers. Our Company was established in August 2003 and our first wine shop was opened in September followed by the second one in March 2004. Our history is short, but we have a long term mission of providing the best wine for our customers and would like you be part of our history. – Description from Dragac

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