Bandung, May 16, 2016. Some form of wine is produced in most countries worldwide, whether it made from grapes or some other fruits or plants. France is possibly one of the most famous wine countries in the world that has been a stand-out wine-producer for centuries. While wine-producer from France growth its fruits in the moderate climate, in Indonesia, the tropical climate allows wine grapes to be grown in shorter cycles.
Bali is home to Indonesia’s only commercial vineyard and winery, Hatten Wines, which began production in 1994. It is being voted in the top 10 for fastest improving producers in Asia. Hatten Wines uses local grape to produce its wines from its own vineyards in North Bali (Buleleng Regency) which grows the local black grapes- the Alphonse-Lavallee French table grapes and white grape varieties.
Our own Chef De Party, Denny Gunawan, will perfectly pair the first and only true Balinese Wine from Hatten Wine along the exquisite cuisine with Canape upon arrival as we host an evening Wine Dinner on May 19, 2016. Wide array of Indonesian Special Menu that will complement your dinner, including Rangginang, Reuceuh Bonteng, Angeun Kacang and for desert is Kolak Candil followed by a platter of Indonesian dessert specialties.
Had the joy of indulging in some fabulous cuisine paired with Hatten Wines at The Cantigi Restaurant at only IDR 300.000++ per guest. With the elegant ambience of The Cantigi Wine & Dine and accompaniment of traditional music Kecapi Suling, our Cantigi Wine & Dine will be your preferred dining venue. Swirl the glass, clink and toast to this extravagant wine dinner!