Celebrate Mid Autumn Festival With Sweeter Wines

 

8 September 2011, Singapore – When it comes to pairing wine when eating sweet food, the experts would advise to pair with an even sweeter wine.   Here are some recommendations for you to pick to celebrate Mid Autumn Festival with those delectable mooncakes.  You can pick them up at Cold Storage, Carrefour, FairPrice and Giant unless stated otherwise.

Beringer Sparkling White Zinfandel California 2010 – S$28.95

 

The floral notes that are reminiscent of the refreshing citrus and strawberry fruit nuances.  The palate begins with a classic mousse  mouthfeel while strawberries, brown spice and citrus flavours interplay with a refreshing acidity which carries everything into a long, delicious finish.

Founded in 1876, Beringer is America’s most awarded wine brand and the only winery in the world to win Wine of the Year twice by Wine Spectator.

 

Lindeman’s Bin 90 Moscato 2010 – S$26.75 – Only available in Carrefour

Lindeman’s Bin 90 Moscato 2010 – S$26.75

Fun and frivolous wine with frizzante bubbles that create a lively yet creamy palate with lovely texture and palate weight.  Lindeman’s Bin Series in one of the best value-for-money wine ranges available throughout the world.

 

Wolf Blass Yellow Label Moscato 2010 – S$28.00

Wolf Blass Yellow Label Moscato 2010 – S$28.00

Attractive floral, citrus and musk aromas, this lightly spritzed palate is lively and fruity with tropical fruit flavours balanced by a crisp, refreshing finish.

Established in Barossa Valley of Australia in 1966, Wolf Blass wines have gone from strength to strength.  Its wine style is unique and highly distinguishable, with a focus on careful fruit sourcing, fermentation, maturation and blending to deliver lifted vibrant fruit flavours, a soft, rounded palate and well integrated tannins, all of which are the hallmarks of the Wolf Blass range.

Yellowglen White NV – S$24.90

Yellowglen White NV – S$24.90

 

Deliciously sweet and refreshing, the palest shade of lemon, it tastes of ripe summer fruits such as grape and mango with a touch of citrus to liven things up.

Yellowglen was named after a gold mine that once operated in today’s premium vineyards in southeast Australia, and producing sparkling wines since 1971.

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