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  • La Tordera – Natural Balance from the Heart of Prosecco

    By on March 5, 2017

    The La Tordera Estate was born in the hills of Valdobbiaddene, an area between the lagoon of Venice and the mighty Dolomite mountains. This is the heart and the place of birth of Prosecco and everything else is just an imitation. Innovation and progress notwithstanding, La Tordera remains drawn to the earth and its traditions. They challenge themselves daily to run our business in the greenest and most environmentally harmonious way possible as a way to honour the legacies given to them by their forefathers and with respect towards the future generations.

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  • Wine of the Week – Schneider Chardonnay

    By on January 7, 2015

    A Chardonnay from Germany? Are you serious? Yes we are, but before we tell you about it, let’s start with some education about this grape. If you don’t care about these knowledge bombs continue with the third paragraph or just simply go ahead and order a case of the Schneider Chardonnay in Chilled Wine’s Online Shop now. Chardonnay is the second

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  • Buy Wine Online in Hong Kong

    By on January 7, 2015

    Hong Kong’s online shopping market is still relatively small in comparison to other parts of the world (e.g. Europe, China) but growing at quite an impressive rate these days. Especially when we are looking at the purchases of food and beverage products, Hong Kong ‘s population is getting more and more open to buying online. Looking at the online wine

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  • CHILLED WINE wins wine awards @ Wine HK

    By on December 11, 2014

    It was an event not to be missed by all wine lovers, wine enthusiasts or simply the ones who enjoy the company of quality alcohol. From the 5th to the 7th of December 2014 it was once again time for one of Hong Kong’s most enjoyable wine events, the Wine HK festival at the Central Harbourfront. Needless to say that

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  • Wine of the Week – Arnold Kalkgestein Riesling

    By on December 1, 2014

    The Kalkgestein Riesling 2013 is a reflection of the winemaker Philip Arnold; young, surprisingly fresh and with a hint of an interesting fizz to it. Philip a.k.a. “The Rising Star“ is a member of the Junge Suedpfalz (The Young Southern Pfalz). This is a wine challenge between more than 60 young and innovative vintners under the age of 35 from

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  • Wine of the Week – Schneider Saigner Rosé

    By on November 13, 2014

    Many have asked our expert Dr. Know if a Rosé is just a drink for the summer or a wine that can be enjoyed all year round. He usually gives his answer with a sly smile stating that a Rosé wine works any time of the year whether it’s summer or winter, day or night. As wintertime is slowly approaching

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  • Chilled Wine @ HKTDC Wine and Spirits Fair

    By on November 12, 2014

    There is always a first time for everything: first crush, first kiss and the first attempt of seduction. From the 6-8th of November 2014 the Chilled Wine Team attended the HKTDC International Wine and Spirits Fair at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre in Wan Chai for the first time. For three days more than 1,000 exhibitors from 34

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  • Wine of the Week – Siener Riesling Rotliegend

    By on November 3, 2014

    One sentence is usually enough to describe this dry and crisp white wine from the Pfalz area in Germany: The Riesling Rotliegend is Peter Siener’s (he is the producing vintner) favourite wine. But as this is a blog post about white wine, even though this one sentence is self-explanatory and doesn’t leave much room for interpretation, we do make the

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