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28 Dec 2012

The evolution of Chablis

Burgundy’s white wine outpost has been producing styles that have left Chablis fans in two opposing camps. Jenny Tan checks out the scene at the Grand Jours du Bourgogne.
28 Nov 2012

Foam party

After being blown away by the taste of Orval—a beer produced in limited quantity from a Trappist brewery—in Belgium, hop fanatic Roland Utama was disappointed that he could not find the same elixir in Singapore.
29 Oct 2012

Little beer haven

With just ten seats in Proletariat, the latest craft beer bar in New York’s East Village, you’d have to arrive early to snare a bum spot and let beverage director, Chris Elford, take you through almost 30 different and unusual brews from around the world.
28 Sep 2012

A worthy gourmet escape

It seems like the wine region of Margaret River is sparing no expense to give its Barossa Valley and Hunter Valley neighbours a run for their money when it comes to fiestas.
28 Aug 2012

Caffeine by day, tannins by night...

Caffeine by day, tannins by night may well be the unspoken motto at Caveau Wines & Bar, the Les Amis Group’s latest opening on Scotts Road.
27 Jul 2012

Knowing his roots

A 2004 comic book turned Jean-Pierre Amoreau’s Château Le Puy from Bordeaux from a little secret to a celebrity winery in Asia, but the winemaker took steps to avoid cashing in on its fame.
28 Jun 2012

The good earth

Biodynamic farming may not make scientific sense, but for Vanya Cullen, chief winemaker of Cullen Wines, it is the perfect and natural way to let the land and vines achieve their fullest potential.
28 May 2012

Fruit of his labour

As winemaker of Champagne Charles de Cazanove, Christophe Rapeneau can count on the resources of his family group of champagne houses to deliver excellent bubbly.
27 Apr 2012

A Californian adventure

Thanks to its prized terroir, Frank Family Vineyards has made a much coveted Cabernet Sauvignon in Napa Valley. Winemaker Todd Graff shares about the boutique winery’s rise to fame.
30 Mar 2012

Drink to Drouhin

As the first winemaker in Oregon to plant Phylloxera-resistant rootstock, Dijon clones of Pinot Noir, and introduce high-density vineyards, Maison Joseph Drouhin expresses its pioneering spirit with flair.
28 Dec 2012

The evolution of Chablis

Burgundy’s white wine outpost has been producing styles that have left Chablis fans in two opposing camps. Jenny Tan checks out the scene at the Grand Jours du Bourgogne.
28 Nov 2012

Foam party

After being blown away by the taste of Orval—a beer produced in limited quantity from a Trappist brewery—in Belgium, hop fanatic Roland Utama was disappointed that he could not find the same elixir in Singapore.
29 Oct 2012

Little beer haven

With just ten seats in Proletariat, the latest craft beer bar in New York’s East Village, you’d have to arrive early to snare a bum spot and let beverage director, Chris Elford, take you through almost 30 different and unusual brews from around the world.
28 Sep 2012

A worthy gourmet escape

It seems like the wine region of Margaret River is sparing no expense to give its Barossa Valley and Hunter Valley neighbours a run for their money when it comes to fiestas.
28 Aug 2012

Caffeine by day, tannins by night...

Caffeine by day, tannins by night may well be the unspoken motto at Caveau Wines & Bar, the Les Amis Group’s latest opening on Scotts Road.
27 Jul 2012

Knowing his roots

A 2004 comic book turned Jean-Pierre Amoreau’s Château Le Puy from Bordeaux from a little secret to a celebrity winery in Asia, but the winemaker took steps to avoid cashing in on its fame.
28 Jun 2012

The good earth

Biodynamic farming may not make scientific sense, but for Vanya Cullen, chief winemaker of Cullen Wines, it is the perfect and natural way to let the land and vines achieve their fullest potential.
28 May 2012

Fruit of his labour

As winemaker of Champagne Charles de Cazanove, Christophe Rapeneau can count on the resources of his family group of champagne houses to deliver excellent bubbly.
27 Apr 2012

A Californian adventure

Thanks to its prized terroir, Frank Family Vineyards has made a much coveted Cabernet Sauvignon in Napa Valley. Winemaker Todd Graff shares about the boutique winery’s rise to fame.
30 Mar 2012

Drink to Drouhin

As the first winemaker in Oregon to plant Phylloxera-resistant rootstock, Dijon clones of Pinot Noir, and introduce high-density vineyards, Maison Joseph Drouhin expresses its pioneering spirit with flair.