Taste over 50 wines over a series of 10 ‘voyages’, as we explore the famous and the up-and-coming wine regions of the world!
Now in its third season, the Riverboat’s Wine Voyages gives you the opportunity to learn more about wine whilst enjoying it with friends in a fun and social atmosphere on board Singapore’s very own floating F&B and lifestyle venue.
Begin with a welcome sparkling wine and tostada chips. Once everyone is settled in, listen to a short presentation on the day’s featured country/region by our guest wine specialist Akimi Yeo, followed by a guided tasting sequence of 4-5 other wines. Feel free to share your thoughts along the way, and ask questions anytime along the journey.
THIS VOYAGE: JAPAN
Note: We had originally wanted to feature Japan and Taiwan together, but after realizing the diversity of Japanese wines during our preparation, we decided to shift Taiwan to a later date in Season 4 to give each country better exposure.
The Japanese are well known for their hardworking and perfectionist nature, and that spirit of excellence carries over into their winemaking. The island nation lies 32 to 46 degrees north in latitude, with some outlying islands farther south. With its location being well withing the northern wine belt, its proximity to large bodies of water, the cooling influences of Mount Fuji, and the unique volcanic soil conditions, Japan is poised to produce some really interesting wines to say the least!
Among all the wine-producing regions in Japan which include the famed Hokkaido up north, the one that outshines its counterparts hands down is the Yamanashi prefecture. Located north of Mount Fuji and just 100km away from Tokyo, Yamanashi accounts for 40% of Japanese wine production.
Takahata Yoshi Chardonnay Brut NV
Very fresh aroma of citrus, good solid structure and well balance from elegant acid with beautiful tiny bubbles
Marufuji Rubaiyat Kôshu Sur Lie 2015
Delicious and refreshing Koshu, mineral and citrusy, with a delicate flavour of peach and apricot
Marufuji Rubaiyat Muscat Bailey A Barrel Aged 2015
Using Muscat Bailey A as a main with a little of Petit Verdot to blend this fine wine. It has a blended rich and complex flavor from fruit scent.
Shirayuri L’Orient Sakura Rosé NV
Crisp and refreshing. Light-bodied, making it suitable as dessert wine.
Izutsu Niagara Dessert Wine 2014
Very brilliant sweet aroma, fresh & fruity like lynch, muscat and pear.
TICKETS & ENQUIRIES
Online ticket sales closes at 5pm on the day of the event. Tickets purchased at the door will be an additional $5.
For more information, please email gs.mo1563864396c.tao1563864396brevi1563864396r@stn1563864396eve1563864396 or contact our in-house wine specialist Daryl Saw at 62785775. See you on board!
15 June 2017 (Thu), 7-8.30pm
Main Deck (Level 1)
$20 online | $25 at the door
Tickets are also available at our Front Desk on board the Riverboat. If you have further enquiries, or would like to arrange alternative online payment methods, please contact our in-house wine specialist Daryl Saw at 62785775, or email gs.mo1563864396c.tao1563864396brevi1563864396r@stn1563864396eve1563864396. See you on board!