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Tersina Shieh   August 2017
Gone harvest!

This is the eighth year since I’m back in Hong Kong and the fifth year of starting my own business. Although I help at harvests whenever time allows, I do miss vineyards and the hard labour in cellars. 

Therefore, I’m taking a gap year off making wine around the world. Apart for my own personal development, I am also hoping to get inspiration on how to further promote wine culture and expand the wine market in Greater China. While it’s good to see that wine is becoming more accessible and that consumers are venturing outside the comfort zones of Bordeaux and Australian wines, there is something holding back the market. I would love to see wine becomes one of the top three choices of beverages for the majority of consumers. It’s a long way to go but I hope my year of wandering around wine regions may sparkle some fresh ideas.

Anyway, this is my plan for the next ten months. Please come for a glass of wine if you are in the area. 

September: Quinta de Roriz, Douro, Portugal

Early October: Mosel, Germany

Mid October to mid November: Holdvölgy, Tokaji, Hungary

Mid November to mid December: Bolney Wine Estate, Sussex, England

January: Villiera Wines, Stellenbosch, South Arica

February to mid March: Paul Cluver Wines, Elgin, South Africa

Mid March April: Maxwell Wines, McLaren Vale, Australia

May: Central Otago, New Zealand

June: Hatten Wines, Bali, Indonesia 

Life goes on…
Please continue support and enjoy these events while I’m away.
Moontrekker: Wines of South Africa (WOSA) is once again the proud sponsor of Moontrekker. Join the wine dinner and charity auction on 5th September (Tuesday) to raise fund for The Nature Conservancy, the nominated charity of Moontrekker. Limited tickets still available here. If you are taking part in the race, please share your training photos on social media with hashtag #MoontrekkerWOSA. The top three photos with the most likes will each win six bottles of South African wine.
South Africa Braai month: Celebrate South Africa Heritage Day with a South African style barbecue in October and November. 
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Discover South African Wine MonthAn annual, market-wide campaign to celebrate South Africa’s Freedom Day on 27th April. Drop by participating F&B outlets and retailers for South African wine offers. Remember the annual tasting where over 100 South African wines will be presented. Details will be announced soon.

CapeWine 2018: Held once every three years, CapeWine is the showcase of South African wine industry that attracts wine trade professionals from around the world. Hope to see you there between 12th and 14th September next year. 

Follow WOSA Hong Kong on Facebook

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Riesling Weeks. Riesling Weeks Hong Kong will be returning in June for the sixth edition. Join the German Wine Queen/Princess at the kick-off tasting on 2nd June (Friday) where over 100 German wines will be featured. The lady will also conduct various wine tastings during her stay. Watch this space for more details later.

The entire month of June will see hotels, restaurants and retailers devising various German wine promotions to cool down the summer heat. The best performing outlets will have a chance to win a Sommelier trip to Germany, amongst other prizes. Past winners included Watson’s Wine Cellar, KO Dining, Cuisine Cuisine ifc, Hoi King Heen and MGM Macau

Follow Riesling Weeks Hong Kong on Facebook

Keep in touch
I’ll be sharing this year's experience and other news in these publications, hope you will find the reading interesting. Otherwise, Facebook is always the platform to keep in touch.
Spirito diVino, Asia Pacific
Cru Magazine, Hong Kong
Foodie, Hong Kong
OpenRice, Hong Kong
WINE, China

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