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Wine Culture

+65 6462 1129 897 Bukit Timah Road
Sydney, 589617
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SINCE THE BEGINNING of civilization, wine has been a source of pleasure to mankind. Wine is one of the first things Man created. No one knows who made the first wine or enjoyed its effect, but it is woven through the tapestry of human history like few other products. It has played many roles - as part of religious ceremonies, as medicine and antiseptic, as a source to ease pain, a water purifier , a transformer of meals into feasts, and as a comforting friend and a courageous partner. (copyright) We, Wine Culture, have distinguished ourselves as one of the premier fine & rare wines boutiques and distributors in Singapore and the region since our incorporation in 1999. We always aim to source for the finest and rarest wines and introduce our wide range of labels to our ever-increasing clients. We believe in providing our clients quality products and services, bringing to them the best names from prestigious wine regions. As such, we have a wide range of classified growth from Bordeaux and also represent Read more »

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  • Wine labels are more than fancy pictures. Earlier this week Australian Broadcasting Corporation’s Melanie Pearce talked with Simon Forsyth, a marketer and designer, about what makes wine labels so influential in consumer’s purchases.  “‘Going on a journey’ is a buzz concept in today’s culture and it’s no different with wine, where customers want... Read More

    From the article Looking for a Story: The Significance of a Wine Labels


  • “Think the French are the world’s greatest wine lovers? It turns out that isn’t the case anymore,” she wrote. “Researchers found that drinking habits in European countries are becoming more homogenous: less of a  drinking culture where one kind of beverage dominates, and more development of a mixed palate.”  The researchers were part of study by... Read More

    From the article French are Balking at Going Bottoms Up, But Why?


  • Yesterday evening The Daily Mail reporter Sophie Borland broke the news of a study which said that England’s drinkers may benefit from having about half a glass less of wine per week.  “Four in five drinkers would live longer if they cut back by just half a glass of wine a week, according to a major study,” the article said. “Around two-thirds o... Read More

    From the article Less Wine, Longer Life: Drinkers Should Cut Back, Study Says


  • Friuli (or more properly Friuli Venezia Giulia) lies in Italy’s northeastern corner. Protected from the northern winds by the Austrian and Slovenian Alps, Friuli’s climate is tempered by the Adriatic. The winemakers of this area have a reputation of being forward thinking and producing excellent white wines -- reds account for just under 40%. Tr... Read More

    From the article For the Love of Friuli Wine


  • Yesterday online magazine Paste tempted the travel bug of wine lovers by publishing a list of six cruises best-suited for oenophiles.  “Nothing beats a spine-tingling European sunset over the ocean, right? Pair a bottle for the finest wine you’ve ever tasted, and we’d call that a first-rate way to spend a vacation,” contributor Gabbi Markle wrot... Read More

    From the article Hints of Salt on the High Seas: 6 Cruises For Your Vino Vice


  • For as glitzy and edgy as Las Vegas’ opulence is, oenophiles have to wonder why the state still prohibits commercial wineries in Clark County. The same can be said of Washoe County, home of Vegas cousin Reno.  The state’s two most-populated counties are part of bill written by Assembly member Pat Hickey which would allow the opening of commercia... Read More

    From the article Two Nevada Counties May See Wineries in Near Future


  • One wine-loving filmmaker is doing his part to promote artisanal winemaking. Earlier this week, The New York Times film critic Ben Kenigsberg reviewed “Natural Resistance”, a film by directors Jonathan Nossiter and Paula Prandini which follows the natural-wine movement in Italy. “Mr. Nossiter's main point is that traditional farming methods have... Read More

    From the article NYT Reviews Documentary About Italian Wine Industry


  • Growing up doing a bit of surfcasting, pier and offshore fishing in LA, Ventura ... the CA coast to move to for wine culture (even if OK nowadays for beer) and for seafood culture! You'd do better for the latter down into Mexico, as you also likely would've done better in a smaller, friendlier, more ethnically defined San Diego back decades ago... Read More

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  • Normally I'd leave the doctors out of it, but lately been dealing with some of the most galling aspects of the profession and its unwillingness to 1) accept responsibility and 2) acknowledge that the limits of doctors and the capabilities of intelligent people mean that doctors need to act as if their patients and patients' families deserve resp... Read More

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  • Had the pleasure to taste with GregT in San Diego yesterday evening. I had the idea to pair up Greg and a friend from the Netherlands who was in San Diego for a convention, due to their interest in Tokaj, and it seemed to work well, everyone having a good time.Lessons Learned: Harslevelu is good stuff, and probably my new favorite white wine gra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Tasting with GregT: Vega,...


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