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This partnership is an opportunity for consumers to try new food & wine pairings, encouraging everyone to ‘Find
Your Flavour’ through unique, experimental combinations with Wolf Blass wines.
At least 8 out of 10 Southeast Asia wine drinkers still don’t believe that wine matches Asian food despite the growing number of wine drinkers in the region, & ‘Find Your Flavour’ aims to change attitudes towards matching local food with wine
Wolf Blass Wine Lunch
Hosted by Chris Hatcher
Wolf Blass Chief Winemaker
Wolf Blass Gold Label Shiraz
Lamb Chop in Robust Masala Sauce
Cumin Potato, Stir Fry Asparagus Edamame, Black Dhal Lentil, Saffron Pulao Rice, Naan Basket.
Wine Notes:
Dark fruits, plums, dark berries,
Medium bodied, medium Tannin.
Shiraz on its own is spicy. When paired with lamb, the spiciness of the Masala Lamb is prominent, enhancing the flavour of the lamb. Again the sharpness of Shiraz has subdued to a rounder finish.
The Song of India
33 Scotts Road
S 228226
Thank you Eunice, Jenny @jennytanwrites @foodcultpr for the invite; Lea, Pamela @treasurywineestates for warm hospitality; @songofindia for the lovely lunch.
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