This short and funny degustation video helps you to make the best out of your redwine degustation experience. It also improves your tasting experience for food and other drinks.
Degustation is no rocket science. Anyone can sharpen the 4
- See the colours,
- Smell the flavours,
- Taste the aromas,
- Feel and enjoy the spirit.
And so can you, too. Just watch 3 minutes before joining a tasting, to get the most out of it. (Souce: YouTube)
Enjoy a vineyard tour for a wine tasting, smell, see, feel,and taste red wines produced by the 3 best known wineries in Bali:
- Hatten Vineyard
- Sababay Vineyard
- Plaga Vineyard
- Cantine Balita Vineyard
Immerse yourself in Bali's authentic redwines designed to tickle your curiosity and develop your knowledge about red wines.
Enthusiasts introduce you into the universe of red wines from
Bali. And they present their uniqueness, due to the volcanic
soil, locations, and climate conditions. Let yourself be guided
to discover the local of them and their production method.
Learn about the story of the winery. Experience their
uniqueness, the ingredients, the wine-making process, and the
dedicated methods behind it all.
Finally, please yourself with a selection of a selection of the best wines from the island of the gods and learn about their special aromas, which are interesting, unique, and flavourful!
Here is a selection of wine shop, where to buy excellent bottles from Indonesia’s most famous island.
From independent wine shops stocking exceptional redwines to online stores delivering straight to your home. Here is our comprehensive round-up of where to buy Balinese wines.
Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or just want to enjoy a glass of vino during your weekend. It’s wise to stock up your cellar with a few bottles. Don’t just be satisfied with the most affordable supermarket brand though.
Indulge in proper quality bottles from one of the island’s merchants, or better yet, head online. So polish glasses and invite your friends. Here are the best places to shop.
At the island of the gods, you may get a share of the glory when it comes to Indonesia's wines.
Meanwhile, the Indonesian culture can more than hold its own when it comes to vino. Even if Bali's oldest winemaker Hatten only has a history of production since 1994.
With Hatten, Sababay, Plaga, and Cantine Balita, there are only a few vineyards to visit. They produce unique Balinese red wines, worth to try. All 4 vineyards are located in the north of Bali, aproximately a 2 to 3 hours ride from the city of Denpasar.
So, next time you’re in the mood to taste and enjoy some fermented grape juices visit one of these 4 winemakers near to you.