• Be hot, stay CH!LLED Free Flow Night

    By on October 27, 2014

    What was the best option for a great night out on Friday the 24th of October in Hong Kong? Wan Chai? Hell no! Soho? Not enough action! LKF? Same sh*t every weekend, so forget it! According to the 40+ guests the place to be that night was at the Chilled Wine Headquarters in Tai Kok Tsui for the “Be hot,

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  • TÜV SÜD – Wine Tasting

    By on October 17, 2014

    On October 11th the Chilled Wine Team hosted its first corporate wine tasting event for the German company TÜV SÜD (a leading technical service corporation that embraces consultancy, inspection, tests as well as certification). The ten participants were welcomed with a glass of Peter Siener’s Riesling Sparkling Brut, a tingling delight to ease the guests into the right mood for

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  • Wine of the Week – Daniel’s D4 Cuvée 2011

    By on October 14, 2014

    For an ex consultant like Holger Daniel corporate business is like great wine, what matters most are synergies. This is exactly the case with his D4 red wine cuvée that combines four grapes (Cabernet Dorsa, Dakapo, Pinot Noir and St. Laurent), resulting in a dry and medium bodied wine leaving no doubts about the sensational taste of rather unknown grapes.

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  • Wine of the Week – Markus Schneider’s Black Print 2012

    By on September 26, 2014

    The word ‘heavy’ is mostly associated with negative thoughts, exhausting work or simply with overweight people. But when it comes to Markus Schneider’s Black Print Cuvée, a substantial full-bodied, dry and yet smooth red wine, the word ‘heavy’ will doubtlessly change its meaning to great, awesome and tasty. The name was quite the obvious choice for Markus, as it is

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  • Chilled Wine hosts first wine tasting event – Riesling vs Sauvignon Blanc

    By on September 25, 2014

    On Friday, September 12th , Chilled Wine opened its doors for the first and long awaited wine tasting event. Upon arrival, the 30 guests were welcomed with a glass of Michael Trenz’s Riesling Sparkling Brut before the official part of the “White Wine Night” was about to begin. The hosts introduced three types of German Riesling, starting out with Ellermann-Spiegel’s

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  • How to chill Wine

    By on September 16, 2014

    Let’s begin with the most important thing when it comes to chilling wine; no matter what all the wine guides say or what we recommend in our blog, the right serving temperature for a wine is the one you enjoy it most at. So if you like to drink your Trenz 2two Shiraz Merlot at 10 degrees, then do it.

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  • Official Wine of the German National Team – The Trenz Steinhaus Riesling

    By on August 20, 2014

    The vineyard Trenz has a long tradition when it comes to making wine in the famous Rheingau area of Germany. It began in the almost ancient times of the year 1670 when the family started to grow grapes and produce high quality wines. Centuries and generations later Michael Trenz has taken over the family business and transformed the vineyard into

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  • Schneider’s Kaitui served at State’s Banquet for Obama & Merkel in Berlin

    By on August 20, 2014

    Markus Schneider a.k.a. “The Genius Giant” might as well be the most famous young vintner from Germany these days. Not only does he cater his wines to one of Germany’s finest restaurant, Sansibar (Elected to be Germany’s best Hot-Spot-Restaurant 2012/2013), his Kaitui Sauvignon Blanc was also served at the official State’s Banquet between German Chancellor Angela Merkel and U.S. president

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