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Wine Tasting Singapore

We organise regular Wine Tasting Sessions. How to get invited to our Wine Tasting Sessions? Simply send in the enquiry form to indicate your interest. We will invite you to the next session of Wine Tasting Event. If you have a group of more than 10 people, you may send the request to us to organise special wine tasting for your friends, your staff as part of bonding activities.

Each time you’re invited to a wine tasting event, make it a point to compare different wines, so you can quickly improve your palate and your wine tasting skills. Fortunately, you can attend one in reliable wine shops like us. You may also invite your friends to taste a few wines simultaneously.

How to Make the Most Out of it?

Wine tasting in Singapore is one of the best ways for you to get acquainted to the different types of wines and ensure that you’ll get the chance to buy the best one in the future. But how can you make the most out of each wine tasting session? Here are some tips that will definitely help you refine your palate and sharpen your ability to recall wines each time you visit a wine tasting occasion.

Assess the Look

You have to analyze the viscosity (wine legs), opacity and color of the wine. The good news is that this stage does not require you to spend too much time. In fact, you can do this in as little as five seconds. Keep in mind that several clues regarding a wine can be revealed based on the way it looks. Most of the answers that you may have about a wine are also accessible on its bottle – ex. the grape variety, specific alcohol content, vintage, etc.


When smelling wines, make it a point to observe the tiniest to the biggest details. For instance, find out if a wine contains fruits based on the way it smells. You can do so by thinking of wider categories like tropical fruits, citrus, black fruits, blue fruits, etc. Avoid getting too specific, as this can only lead to frustration.

To make this stage easier for you, keep in mind that there are three categories of aromas that most wines belong to. These are primary aromas that are usually derived from the grape and include herbal, floral and fruit notes, secondary aromas derived from winemaking practices, and tertiary aromas that result from aging.

Check the Taste and Texture

This is the specific stage, which requires you to use your tongue to observe a specific wine. When tasting, make sure to use your tongue to taste even the smallest details – saltiness, bitterness, sweetness, sourness, etc. – of the wine.

Also, you need to check its texture. A higher texture also means that the wine is riper with higher alcohol content.


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