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New Beginnings


New Beginnings

December 2012

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New Beginnings

Every New Year’s Eve, the sky lights up with fireworks to summon all the great things a new chapter brings. Friends gather together to celebrate their successes. As they bask in the glow of new promises, they will toast the night away with the most premium spirits.

If you’re planning to serve wine in your New Year’s Eve party, take time out to consider what your friends would prefer. No two wines are created alike, and each wine has its own taste, colour, and aroma. These distinct differences are a result of the combination of ingredients, where the wine was made, and its age. Whatever you prefer, just head off to FairPrice Finest and check its line-up of imported spirits.

If you’re planning to serve champagne, pop open a bottle of Paul Louis Martin Grand Cru Brut 2007, a blend of pinot noir and chardonnay which combines the heady taste of dried almonds and hazelnuts.

Viña Maipo’s Protegido Cabernet Sauvignon, made from fruits grown from Chile’s famed Maipo Valley, is the perfect companion to a succulent steak. Its vivid red colour brings a combination of the aroma of red fruit, vanilla, and sweet spice. Another good option is Chateau Lynch-Bages 2007, a combination of Cabernet sauvignon, merlot, cabernet franc, and petit verdot.

If your guests would like to try some sweet wine, offer a bottle of Chateau Suduiraut 2006, a gold-coloured spirit with hints of amber. Its elegance and fine taste will make a perfect partner to any delectable dessert or even with a panfried foie gras in apple sauce.

Whichever wines you may prefer, FairPrice Finest has a collection of wines that guests will certainly like.


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