You’ve heard the news — we can all cheers to hanging out with friends and family again (in small groups). Whatever you’ve got planned, there’s a tipple for every occasion and you can save big all August long at the 8.8 Wine Sale. You can get these wines at Cold Storage, Fairprice, Amazon and Redmart. Read on for some of our recommendations!
Foodie Singaporeans are back outside in full force, with popular hotpot restaurants having been booked out for months ahead. Skip the long lines and have a mala hotpot night in with some friends! Secure the title of Best Guest by bringing a fruity red, like a Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz or a dry and fruity white like Matua Sauvignon Blanc. Bottoms up!
Get Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz for SG$32.50 (U.P. SG$41.50) at Fairprice and Matua Sauvignon Blanc for SG$26 (U.P. SG$37.50) on Redmart.
Speaking of recreating the restaurant experience at home, ‘tis the season to unleash your inner Gordon Ramsay, and you’ll need some help. For any meat-forward dishes such as lamb chops to roast chicken, the Wolf Blass Red Label Merlot or Penfolds Max’s Cabernet Sauvignon are great options.
Get Wolf Blass Red Label Merlot for SG$17.99 (U.P. SG$26) on Amazon and Penfolds Max’s Cabernet Sauvignon for SG$32 (U.P. SG$42) at Cold Storage.
After a day of cooking up a storm, a bottle of Chardonnay is in order. Opt for a Penfolds Max’s Chardonnay or a Wolf Blass Gold Label Chardonnay to accompany the film of the evening. They’re perfect for a relaxing night in, with refreshing citrusy notes that’ll have you going Chardon-yay. Whether you prefer the hints of apple and lemon zest in the Penfolds or the stone fruit and melon flavors of the Wolf Blass, expect an elegant and smooth finish — which, we hope was also how that film ended.
Get Penfolds Max’s Chardonnay for SG$32 (U.P. SG$42) at Cold Storage and Wolf Blass Gold Label Chardonnay for SG$32.50, (U.P. SG$41.50) at Fairprice.
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