Angeles City, Philippines, December 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Theme of this Yats Wine Experience event
This is a comparative tastings of wine from new- and old-world regions, designed to help wine lovers appreciate the nuances of stylistic differences of these wines. The notion of old- and new-world is not about geography but more about style and objectives. Very good old-world style wines actually come out of so-called new-world regions like Napa Valley and Australia’s Yarra Valley for example, while plenty of new-world wines have emerged from France’s Languedoc, Rhone and even Bordeaux. This tasting enlightened many wine enthusiasts to the fact that wine knows no national boundary and artificial geographical delimiters.
About the Wines
The lineup is usually quite large so participants have to pick and choose the wines to taste. There are enough bottles to accommodate all the tickets sold. Bottles are not replenished after they have been consumed. Pouring size is around 50-55ml.
For more information,
please visit www.YatsWineCellars.com,
email them at Wine@Yats-International.com or
call (632) 633-1566 and ask for Rea or Chay
Format of YATS Wine Tasting
YATS Wine Cellars regularly hold non-commercial wine tasting to help wine enthusiasts expand their knowledge of wine in a most enjoyable and affordable way. These tastings are different from other commercial tastings. The wines from these tastings are not sponsored by a wine merchant and there are no salesmen. You are in the company of people from all ages and all walks with one common interest – wine.
Tickets can be purchased in advance at a discount. Each ticket comes with five tasting stubs. The wines are lined up at a wine service station. Present a ticket at this station to surrender a stub to redeem a tasting pour (roughly 50ml) of a wine of your choice.
Someone will always be available to answer questions or discuss topics pertinent to the theme of the wines in the event. Otherwise the event is a self-paced tasting exercise that is the most economical way to sample expensive and rare wines.
Here are some of the wines served during the event, all exclusively from Clark Wine Center www.ClarkWineCenter.com
Clark Wine Center
MA Roxas Ave corner A Bonifacio Ave
0922-870-5173 0916-542-6602 Ana Fe
Barbera d'Asti Dezzani La Vigna
Dolcetto D'Alba, Rossana Ceretto (Bistro)
Morellino di Scansano, Azienda Agricola Provveditore, Tuscany
Ch. La Tour Castillon, Cru Bourgeois, Medoc
Côte-du-Rhone, Cellier des Princess
Mumm Elegant Extra Trocken, Extra Dry Sekt
Parducci Pinot Noir Mendocino CA
Parducci Sauvignon Blanc Mendocino Lake County
Flinders Choice Chardonnay, Maule Valley Chile
Gamay Noir, Interlude, Stellenbosch, Verdun Estate Wine
Tempranillo Don Luciano La Mancha, Spain
Porto Douro, Imperial Rouge, Jean Sanders
Barros Porto Colheita
De Bortoli Shiraz Cabernet dB Selection
Marquise de Pompadour, Methode Champenoise, Brut
Malbec Argento Mendoza Argentina
Bourgogne Pinot Noir, P. Misserey
Konrad Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough NZ
Riesling J B Wagoner, Rheingau Germany
For more information about wines from Yats Wine Cellars and how to organize your own private wine tasting parties,
Manila Sales Office
3003C East Tower, Phil Stock Exchange Center,
Exchange Rd Ortigas Metro Manila, Philippines 1605
(632) 637-5019 0917-520-4393 Rea or Chay