Good Wine - Hongkong
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As the award winner of U Favorite Wine Cellar Awards 2011, Good Wine Store is the favorite choice among many other competitors in the market. Good Wine Store is located on the second floor of South Seas Centre and it provides fine wines from all over the globe.
Supported by a team of specialists, Good Wine Store has professional and strict policy to preserve wine. Most of the consumers know the importance of temperature and humidity control, but the staff here will tell you that it’s equally crucial to maintain a high standard of lighting requirement. Ultraviolet may cause irreversible damage to the wine so warm color and low energy lights should be installed.
A wide range of brands & Chateaus are available in Good Wine Store such as Ch. Lafite 1966, Ch. Margaux 1967, Petrus 1970, Ch. Ausone 1972, Ch. Haut brion 1976, Ch. Gruand Larose 1982, Ch. Latour A Promerol 1982, Ch. Chasse Spleen 1982, Ch. Mouton 1984 (3L), Gros F et S Grands Echezeaux 1985, Le Pin 1988, Carruades de Lafite 1988, Sassicaia 1988, Ch. La Fleur De Gay 1989, Gaja Barolo Sperss 1993(5L), Dom. Trimbach Riesling Cuvee Frederic Emile 1988 and a lot more.
Online Store is available. new arrivals, promotions and recent events can be found on the home page. There are free fancy catalogs on site which worth take along with. Content includes pictures, wine knowledge and chateau information.
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