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  • From Clément Hochart

    Wine Blogger

    A selection of old world wines with a majority of French wines. A fruity Friday this time. Ideal to have on its own except the Barolo which we enjoyed with cold cuts.

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    You are asking us always for more organic wines and we took the chance this week as the Fattoria Nittardi just listed their great Organic Wines with us to list here all the most of the organic Italian wines available for you in Singapore like the best rated Polvanera.

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    For the Chinese New Year, we have crafted four hampers to celebrate this great event or to offer.

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    For this Festive Seasons Epicurio Team curated for you some of the best Champagne of our collection at the best price in Singapore. They had a great success at our last event so we can guaranty you will love them!

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    So what is Epicurio 1 Hour Express Delivery? From 10am - 8pm every weekday, and till 10pm on Fridays and Saturday, you can now order all your favourite Wine & Spirits on Epicurio

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    This Thanksgiving, I'm thankful for many things, but I'm especially thankful for beautiful wines! Here's 6 wines that would make your Thanksgiving Dinner extra special.

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    Light in alcohol, high in fruity natural acidity, and terroir-expressive, the Rieslings from Pfalz, Germany, are best appreciated when bottled early.

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    The Wine of Kings, Barolo Wines are characteristically dry and tannic, with a strong "tar and roses" aroma and a bright ruby red colour. It always surprises people that its colour is a light red considering the boldness of this full-bodied Red Wine.

  • From Epicurio Team

    Wine Blogger

    Red Chateauneuf du Pape wines make up the predominant wine export, with majority of the grapes used being the famous Grenache, followed by Syrah, Mourvedre, and even Cinsault. Characteristically big and beefy, aromatic with spicy dark fruits, and nicely acidic and mineral, red wines here have a lot of extracts.