Christmas dinners and New Year’s Eve ‘parties’ will again be a little different this year, just how much we’re not sure yet! But planning your Christmas dining early will definitely be a wise move. We’ve done the legwork and put together the ultimate guide to holiday dining for 2021. Whether you’re planning on cooking a roast turkey at home or treating yourself to a lavish dinner at one of Singapore’s best restaurants, you’ll find plenty to get you in the spirit! Also, if you’re not a whizz in the kitchen, there’s also the option of of ready-cooked turkeys and Christmas meal delivery and takeaway options.
Christmas Dinners at Home
The expert butchers at Little Farms have all kinds of free-range and grass-fed meats, freshly cut for your Christmas dinner. Cook up a storm with specialties like the Butterball whole turkey, four-rib pork rack, easy-carve lamb leg and boneless lamb shoulder with artisanal stuffing. If you’re looking for cooked items, the Little Farms kitchen has a selection of roasts, with freshly baked pastries, gravy, sauces and a medley of roasted vegetables.
For tipples, you can also order sparkling Prosecco from Italy as well as Champagne and red wine from France. And don’t forget the sweet treats – you can spoil your guests with festive panettones, mince pies and gingerbread cookies.Order online or at the butcher counter at the Valley Point or Katong Point outlets.
Jeffrey’s Christmas Kitchen
Holiday dining specialty store Jeffrey’s Kitchen is offering a Christmas meals that start from just $10 per guest! Their classic handmade roast turkey is prepared with Jeffrey’s own special blend of spices and seasonings and cooked to perfection. The store only uses free-range turkeys that are air-flown daily to Singapore – never frozen. The Christmas Roast Bundle (starts at $218.84) includes a roast turkey (chilled or hot) along with other holiday favourites like roasted pork knuckle and a premium Iberico ham with all the fixings. You can also opt for the Yuletide Greetings Value Bundle which includes a roast turkey and ribeye roast beef along with a bottle of Remonda moscato sparkling white wine and a classic panettone. Jeffrey’s also offers same-day delivery in under an hour – you’ll even enjoy a full refund for late deliveries. Orders above $120 are eligible for free island-wide delivery.
Prefer a barbecue to a traditional Christmas meal? Farmer’s Market’s online butcher has affordable superior cuts that will make your Christmas sing. It specialises in grass-fed beef sourced from farms in Australia and New Zealand, with all the available meat being traceable from the farm gate to your plate and guaranteed free of hormones and antibiotics. The beef tenderloin ($154) is ideal to use for a beef Wellington, while the 2kg sirloin ($97) makes for a mouth-watering roast. And, if the weather puts you in the mood to throw a barbecue, then Farmer’s Market has you covered with a wide range of sustainably caught seafood, delicious New Zealand salmon and grass-fed steaks.
Farmer’s Market delivers five days a week, with free delivery on orders over $100. Take 15 percent off your order until 31 December by using the code “SEASONS15”.
Sasha’s Fine Foods
Ethical grocer Sasha’s Fine Foods is pulling out all the stops so you can have Christmas meals of any size. Enjoy festive roasts from farms that show amazing care to their animals – like the boneless turkey from Hogan’s Farm, available in 1.2kg and 1.9kg versions, and the honey-roasted half ham from Wicks Manor, in 1kg and 2.5kg versions; the different sizes mean you don’t have to fret if you’re choosing to downsize your celebrations due to restrictions this year.
The planet-positive online grocer has plenty of other wholesome and thoughtful selections that will make a great addition to your festive spread; plus, as the products are from purveyors of ethically sourced produce from around the globe, you’re guaranteed to make your family happy with these high-quality Christmas dinners that are tasty, healthy and free of nasties.
For fuss-free Christmas dining this year, the team from Meat Co. will be offering a trio of festive boxes highlighting their star dishes. Choose from a classic roast turkey, Pure Black Angus prime ribs with a marbling score of 5+, or porchetta stuffed with chorizo and fresh herbs. Each set comes with a selection of sausages, cold cuts and ham along with condiments that complement the centrepiece you’ve chosen. Prices start from $140.
Another great addition to your Christmas meal is Meat Co.’s new range of cooked hams that are smoked in-house using natural wood chips. You can opt for the classic honey baked ham, or try something a little more indulgent like the truffle ham.
Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium
If you like your holiday bird with a bit of an Asian inflection, spring for this hotel’s unique crispy cereal roast turkey. Inspired by cereal chicken, a classic local dish, the turkey comes dusted with fragrant crispy bites and served with a salted egg sauce. Accompanying sides include egg fried rice and a serving of market vegetables. Dessert is an essential part of any Christmas dinner, of course, so be sure to add on the chocolate banana log cake, raspberry sleigh log cake or more. Order before 9 December to enjoy a discount of 20 percent (key in promo code “XMAS20” at check-out). Orders above $300 are entitled to free delivery.
The halal-certified Atrium restaurant will also offer a Christmas buffet (from $72) that highlights favourites such as oysters and salmon sashimi along with international items like beef stifatho, lamb kofta, bread and butter pudding and more.
Shahi Maharani’s Christmas tandoori turkey is back! Reimagined with an Indian twist, this flavourful tandoori roasted turkey is marinated overnight and prepared with fenugreek, cinnamon, fennel seeds, coriander, rose water and mint leaves, before being roasted in a tandoor oven. The turkey comes accompanied with a homemade makhni or mint yogurt sauce. Another version of the dish comes stuffed with minced meat biryani that has been slow cooked inside the turkey. Want a meatier offering for your Christmas meal? A tandoori roasted whole leg of lamb marinated in a special spice paste will also be offered. Dishes are available from now till 1 January with three days’ notice required.
From 24 to 26 December, a special Christmas lunch (from $48) will also be available featuring Indian street food, kebabs, curries and desserts.
Pan Pacific Singapore
Pan Pacific Singapore is set to impress this year with Christmas meals like the Premium Christmas Bundle ($455) that includes a traditional roasted turkey, slow-cooked Kurobuta pork belly and Australian ribeye beef, as well as a new strawberry lemon log cake. Also available is the Traditional Christmas Bundle ($325) with roast turkey, ham and a choice of desserts. Fancy a little seafood? The Lifestyle Christmas Bundle ($430) includes a sustainably-sourced baked barramundi fillet along with a decadent log cake.
The hotel’s pastry team has also created four new log cake flavours including strawberry lemon ($78), hazelnut praline and yuzu gateaux ($82), sea salt caramel and chocolate tart ($82), and vanilla mango passion ($80). Classics like traditional rich fruit cake ($36), German marzipan stollen ($32) and homemade chocolate pralines (from $28) are also available.
Guests who prefer to dine at the hotel’s restaurants can enjoy special Christmas dining experiences at Edge, Atrium and Pacific Marketplace, Keyaki and Hai Tien Lo.
Ring in the Christmas season with a range of wholesome eats from Ryan’s Grocery, a premium alternative gourmet, organic, allergen-friendly and preservative-free specialty foods store. There’s a stellar line-up of gourmet hams and roasts to choose from, prepared with Borrowdale free-range carbon-neutral pork, Ryan’s organic carbon-neutral beef and WX wagyu. Each item comes pre-roasted or cooked so all you need to do is warm it up in the oven and it’s ready for your Christmas meal!
New products this year include a succulent smoked pork collar stuffed with sweet and tangy preserved black prunes (1.2kg, $68) and aromatic St Louis ribs (2kg, $168). You can also choose one of the hearty Christmas Sets (from $248), suitable for eight to 12 guests. The turkey set features Ryan’s signature honey-baked ham (1kg) and a classic cooked roast turkey (approximately 3.5kg) with a scrumptious chicken chestnut stuffing. The beef set has a wagyu striploin MB5+ roast (2kg), while the pork set showcases pork belly with chorizo stuffing (1.3kg).
Order before 30 November to enjoy a 10 percent discount.
Planning for a year-end Christmas dinner, but don’t want the fuss (or the clean-up!)? Foodpanda can be your party-planning elf this holiday season! The delivery platform offers options from thousands of restaurants featuring a wide variety of Christmas dining options. And you’ll be able to choose between self-pickup and delivery.
If you prefer cooking your Christmas meal yourself, save time on grocery shopping by ordering on foodpanda’s own online grocery store. Pandamart offers a range of fresh produce, meat and seafood, snacks, alcohol, and even household cleaning essentials. Better yet, it’s open 24/7 and delivers in under 30 minutes – perfect for when you need a last-minute ingredient (or drinks!) urgently. You can also do a little gift shopping thanks to the partnership with shops like The Body Shop, Marks & Spencer, Lush and many more.
M Hotel Singapore City Centre
81 Anson Road
6500 6112 | millenniumhotels.com/en/singapore/m-hotel-singapore
Ring in the festive season with M Hotel Singapore’s selection of Christmas dining options. Stick with the classics and order in the traditional roast turkey ($118)or the more contemporary apricot honey-mustard glazed turkey ($118). Both come with cranberry port wine sauce, gravy and a chestnut stuffing along with sides like roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables. Other hearty options include the signature jumbo chicken pie ($42) and a comforting cottage beef pie ($38) layered with potato and filled with tender chunks of beef, mushrooms and gravy. There’s also a tasty-sounding bacon and spinach quiche ($38) filled with bacon,cheese and more.
You can order a selection of hams to complete your Christmas meal, and add on some festive desserts, too, from the mascarpone mango feuilletine log cake ($58) to the crowd-pleasing Irish coffee fruit Bundt ($38). Festive combos are also available for takeaway. Order by 20 December to enjoy 15 percent off.
Copthorne King’s Hotel Singapore on Havelock
403 Havelock Road
6733 0011 | millenniumhotels.com/en/singapore/copthorne-kings-hotel
Spice up your Christmas dinner with Copthorne’s boneless roast turkey breast with buah keluak sauce ($98). The innovative dish is inspired by the Peranakan delicacy and features a rich, aromatic sauce made with buah keluak nuts. Meat lovers can savour other hearty dishes like the oven-baked whole pork rib with red wine sauce and sauteed pepper ($68) as well as whole-baked crispy pork knuckle with homemade pickle and mashed potatoes ($68).
Other Christmas dining options include desserts that take inspiration from Asian cuisine. Princess Terrace’s latest creation is flavourful ondeh ondeh Christmas log cake ($58) that highlights distinct pandan and coconut flavours. Order by 20 December to enjoy 15 percent off.
Sofitel Singapore City Centre
If you want something a little out of the ordinary, Sofitel Singapore City Centre will impress with its roasted whole duck with chestnut stuffing ($110). Created by Executive Chef Jean-Charles Dubois, the dish recreates childhood memories of the season and elegantly marries the rich flavours of chestnuts and duck. Prefer to stick to traditional favourites? Go for the roasted turkey with truffle ($159), meticulously slow-baked with black truffle paste stuffed between the meat and skin. Other takeaway options include char-grilled Black Angus tomahawk ($148) and braised Black Angus beef cheek in red wine ($113) as well as sides like roasted Japanese Pumpkin ($22) and sauteed brussels sprouts ($22).
For dessert, Executive Pastry Chef Sam Leong has created a tantalising collection of four handcrafted yule cakes featuring classic French flavours; we like the sound of the black forest pot with dark cherry ($83) and the mango tart with yuzu curd and almond sable ($83). Other festive classics like homemade stollen ($33), butter fruit loaf ($44) and chocolate panettone ($33) are also available. (Listed prices are subject to service charges and tax.)
Cold Storage’s huge variety of festive selections makes it a breeze to put together an unforgettable Christmas meal without the fuss. The Scrumptious Christmas Feast ($90) is one standout; it includes banjo shoulder bone-in ham, a pork sausage snail with cranberry sauce, and smoked duck breast. If you’re looking for a centrepiece, the quintessential Butterball roasted turkey is available at just $65. You can also add on wholesome options from the meat-free selections, from Impossible mushroom pot pies with a white cream sauce ($39) to a plant-based quiche ($39.90). An enticing array of sides, desserts, and Christmas décor is also available.
For a full range of Cold Storage’s Christmas dining options, visit the website. Pre-orders are available until 20 December.
The Whole Kitchen
This year, The Whole Kitchen has curated a selection of beautiful gift hampers and a range of goodies that will make for great gifts for the season. The Festive Goodness Hamper showcases different sweet and savoury festive treats while the Go Green Hamper highlights vegan and sustainable treats.
Other seasonal offerings include a gluten-free fruit cake, spiced pecans, and a healthier version of gingerbread cookies that will be a hit with the little ones. All of the store’s products are gluten-free, all natural, low in natural sugar and lovingly made in Singapore. The Whole Kitchen Festive Range will be available to purchase online, at their cafes (in Katong and the CBD), and from retail partners such as Little Farms, Supernature, and Tangs.
ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove
Enjoy sumptuous Christmas meals delivered right to your doorstep by ONE°15 Marina Sentosa Cove. The first of its stunning Christmas dining bundles is the Wagyu Striploin Roast Bundle ($498); this one serves six to eight guests and features a sublime grain-fed striploin, half a roast turkey, Kurobuta porchetta and honey-glazed ham along with a Bronte pistachio log cake for a sweet ending. Other bundles include the Premium Christmas Roast Bundle ($388), the Organic Grass-fed Ribeye Bundle ($248) and the Turkey and Log Cake Bundle ($208).
If you want to live out your MasterChef dreams, you can also order the Christmas Home Kits that come with simple instructions and prepared ingredients that are ready to cook. Choose either the Squid Ink Tagliolini and Red Leg Shrimp Bundle ($228) or the Seasonal Truffles and Potato Gnocchi Bundle ($238). Both bundles serve four people and include a charcuterie platter and a bottle of Prosecco or wine.
The meat mavens at Morganfield’s will launch a new Christmas flavour for their signature Sticky Bones ribs. The new flavour uses roasted chestnuts in its sauce for a rich, savoury taste.The Morgan’s Christmas Feast ($149.90) will also feature the Christmas Chestnut Sticky Bones ribs along with favourites like crackling pork roast and gammon ham. And, as a bonus for our readers, quote “EXPATLIVING10” at the checkout page for a 10 percent discount on this Christmas dining bundle.
JW Marriott Singapore South Beach
Celebrate the holidays with your loved ones at home with JW Marriott’s take-home Christmas dinners. Signature roasts take centre stage, including traditional whole roasted turkey ($158) and honey glazed ham ($148). Each is served with sides such as roasted butternut squash soup, mashed potato, roasted brussels sprouts, signature gravy and cranberry sauce. Other mains include Norwegian salmon wellington with a lemon butter sauce ($88), oven-roasted beef tomahawk ($168) and a crustacean seafood basket ($88). Something sweet to finish? Try the strawberry shortcake ($68) or berry meringue tart ($68).
The hotel’s signature restaurant, Beach Road Kitchen, will also showcase its Chefs-On-Show Buffet available from Friday to Sunday. The spread includes artisanal cheese and charcuterie selections, seafood on ice, freshly baked pizzas and signature pastas. The highlight of the buffet is the live carvery station featuring the restaurant’s traditional whole-roasted turkey and honey-glazed ham. Other dine-in options include Akira Back’s modern Japanese Christmas set meals and Madame Fan’s Holiday Dim Sum Brunch.
The St. Regis Singapore
Celebrate Christmas at home with The St. Regis’s gourmet lineup of handcrafted roasts, mains and yule logs available for delivery and takeaway. The whole roasted turkey ($212) makes for a fine centrepiece accompanied by mains like smoked salmon infused with The St. Regis Tea Blend ($60) and stalwarts such as honey-glazed gammon ham ($212) and foie gras terrine ($116). Desserts are an essential part of Christmas meals so don’t miss decadent treats like the bûche de Noël. It’s presented in four renditions, a highlight being the signature St. Regis ($87), with its rich chocolate sponge, chestnut bavaroise, and vanilla and chestnut crémeux. There’s also a striking red cream-cheese strawberry sudachi variety ($82).
If you’d rather dine in, Brasserie Les Saveurs has epicurean Christmas dinner in store, accompanied by bubbles, of course! Buffet highlights include Alaskan king crab legs and freshly shucked oysters along with quintessential offerings like roasted turkey with brussels sprouts, beef wellington, honey-glazed gammon ham and more.
Want to stick to the classics? Sunday Catering has a line-up of Christmas meal staples including a whole roasted turkey ($180) and a leg of ham ($300). The turkey feeds eight to ten and has been brined, stuffed and trussed in-house for perfectly tender meat. Lightly salted and with a sticky sweet glaze, the ham is slowly simmered before being glazed with a citrusy marmalade – made from scratch of course. You can also complete your Christmas dinner with all the trimmings like chestnut stuffing and sides like truffle mac and cheese and savoury garlic roasted pumpkin.
Mandarin Oriental, Singapore
For the holidays this year, the five-star hotel will offer an extensive line-up of special Christmas dining events at its three restaurants. At Cherry Garden, you can tuck into the Christmas Day Dim Sum Brunch (from $98) that highlights crowd-pleasing favourites as well as more traditional Cantonese options like braised sliced abalone and sea cucumber with vegetables. Meanwhile, Italian restaurant Dolce Vita will showcase rustic mains including risotto and pan-seared Sanchoku wagyu beef in its Christmas Eve Dinner (from $158). Over at Melt Café, in addition to the usual offerings, the Christmas Eve Dinner (from $188) is a buffet showcasing traditional roasts available at live stations. All-time favourites include festive roast turkey, honey-glazed bone-in ham and Black Angus tenderloin beef Wellington.
Parkroyal Collection Pickering, Singapore
Celebrate the most wonderful time of the year with indulgent Christmas meals at Lime Restaurant’s sumptuous buffet, or be spoilt for choice with a line-up of sweet treats from Lime on the Go.
Whether you’re in search of that special place to make merry with family and friends or looking to celebrate in the comfort of your own home, the culinary brigade at Lime Restaurant has you covered, serving up a feast of favourites that are sure to hit the mark. Its Christmas dining specials include baked turkey with pineapple shoyu sauce, Christmas ham pizza, roasted salmon fillet with baby potato and salmoriglio sauce, honey and citrus glazed ham and roasted beef sirloin. For desserts, treat yourself to creations like the White Chocolate Lime Yule Log, Chocolate Passion Yule Log and more.
Wolfgang’s Steakhouse Singapore
Wolfgang’s has pulled all the stops out with its all-day Christmas set menu for two (from $188) that will run from 24 to 26 December. Start out with a classic Caesar salad with bacon, and then choose between grilled king salmon, petite filet mignon and honey baked ham for the mains. Sides include herb roasted potatoes and roasted vegetables. For dessert, be sure to end things off with Wolfgang’s Alaska!
Pop by in the afternoon and you can also enjoy a Festive Lunch set for two that starts with a chopped salad or lobster bisque followed by mains like the USDA prime porterhouse steak or Colorado lamb chops. Complete this hearty Christmas dining experience with sides such as mac n’ cheese and mashed potatoes. And for dessert, sink your forks into a chocolate mousse cake or an assortment of sorbets. The lunch is priced from $268 for a party of two and $488 for a party of four and runs from 24 to 31 December during lunch hours up to 4.30pm daily.
House of AnLi
For Christmas this year, House of AnLi’s Pano Kato dining venue will dazzle diners with a selection of festive dishes. The garlic, herb and lemon roast turkey (also available for takeaway) is a Greek-inspired dish that comes served with roasted sweet potato, sauteed brussels sprouts and a rich giblet sauce. Another Christmas favourite makes an appearance in the form of the maple and pineapple glazed gammon bone-in ham. If you’re feeling adventurous, order the vegetarian-friendly Greek festive pizza or the Christmas pizza with pulled roasted turkey, sage and tomato passata.
Guests who’d like to put together a cheese plate at home can peruse the store’s selection of fine cheeses from Mons Fromager and as many as 15 different Panettones from Dolce & Gabbana Fiasconaro – a collaboration between the fashion house and renowned Sicilian bakery. Purchase anything from House of AnLi and you’ll also enjoy 15 percent off dinner at Pano Kato from Monday to Thursday.
Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay, Singapore
Celebrate the season with the line-up of Christmas dining events at Parkroyal Collection Marina Bay. At Peppermint, enjoy a splendid buffet (from $65) highlighting farm-to-table favourites, premium roasts and yuletide sweets. While the festive roast turkey is clearly a showstopper, other staples like the 16- hour pot-roasted Black Angus beef belly and roasted milk-fed veal au poivre make appearances alongside favourites including freshly shucked oysters, sashimi and more.
At Peach Blossoms, you can join the “Chef’s Hands”dining experience. This new concept highlights the day’s best seasonal produce and is available daily for lunch and dinner. Guests can choose from the five-, six- or eight-course Chef’s Hands menu, and enjoy unique dishes curated to the theme of the respective course.
If you prefer to dine at home, the Portman’s Bar eShop offers the likes of roasted tom turkey, festive roasts and convenient meal bundles that are ideal for groups of up to ten.
Latteria Mozzarella Bar
Throughout December, enjoy sumptuous Christmas meals at Latteria Mozzarella Bar. The sharing menus feature fresh, creamy burrata and mozzarella alongside mains like crab linguine and homemade tagliatelle, as well as traditional Italian seafood and meat specialties. A carefully chosen selection of fine red and white wines is available at special prices to pair with your meal too.
For Christmas dinner, guests can look forward to a range of delicious antipasti – think beetroot carpaccio, and home-cured Norwegian salmon served with stracciatella cheese. Then come the indulgent mains, with the likes of wagyu beef tenderloin in a truffle veal sauce, and codfish loin wrapped with parma prosciutto. Choose to dine in the garden for a special treat – it’s adorned with Christmas decorations and festive fairy lights.
Get into the festive mood with Sofitel Sentosa’s Christmas dining experiences. Kwee Zeen will serve up festive meals featuring classics that are given the Sofitel twist by the hotel’s culinary team. You can enjoy fresh seafood on ice, free-flowing pan-seared foie gras, caviar and favourites like turkey and tomahawk steaks. There’ll also be a full dessert counter with panettone, chocolate fondue, log cakes, stollen and more. Meanwhile, at The Cliff, take in the sunset while enjoying impeccable Italian food that highlights fresh seasonal ingredients. This year, the restaurant will place a focus on essential winter squash and all its earthy flavours.
If you prefer holding an intimate Christmas gathering at home, order a festive high tea set ($88+ for two), festive cocktails (from $35+) or the unique rendang turkey ($148) by Sofitel Sentosa’s Chef Nelson.
SO Singapore is ringing in the season with a stellar offering of Christmas dinners, brunches and festive takeaways. This year’s Christmas meals are specially curated by culinary maestro Nyon Yan Quan of the hotel’s Xperience restaurant and include optional bottomless alcohol deals. If you happen to overindulge, partake in the hearty hangover brunch that highlights traditional offerings like roast turkey and honey-baked ham. There’ll also be signature cocktails at 1927, crafted by master mixologist Alyssa Mahindra. You can even opt for takeaway brunches and party packs (from $298+).
W Singapore – Sentosa Cove
W Singapore is bubbling over with year-end celebrations, with guests invited to experience a ‘World of Effervescence’. You can wine and dine beneath the stars with a dreamy pop-up dining experience at the Rock Garden, and pamper the palate with a stellar five-course menu by Executive Chef Henry Jordan, complete with free-flow Moët & Chandon champagnes. The dinner experience is available daily from 24 to 31 December 2021.
Why not take the extra step and indulge in the best of the season together by booking an all-inclusive ‘Get Wrapped Up’ room package? It combines a one-night stay in a Fabulous Room, the garden pop-up dinner experience mentioned above, and more. Available for bookings from now until 30 December 2021.
Want something a little stronger for your Christmas shindig? Limwood Gourmet offers an impressive selection of artisanal craft gins sourced from the UK. English
Heritage St. Clement’s Gin is distilled with carefully selected botanicals like juniper, almond, Seville orange, liquorice and coriander. Enjoy it neat as a sipping gin or mix it into a gin and tonic for a refreshingly smooth sipper. If you’d prefer to stick to the classics, pick the 1606 London Dry or the Dodd’s Organic London Dry, which comes in a gorgeous display worthy bottle.
The store also offers a selection of fine pantry ingredients like extra virgin olive oils, honey, tea, relishes and jam.
Want a unique drink for your Christmas get-together? Hugo by Stella Angelo might be just what you’re looking for. This intriguing tipple is more than just a wine or aperitif. This sparkling wine is made with Prosecco crafted with a blend of Trebbiano and Garganega grapes along with elderflower essence. The addition of natural elderflower aromatics gives the sparkling wine a unique floral flavour that brings to mind European summers.
Best part? You can craft a simple cocktail with just two additional ingredients. To create the cocktail, simply muddle mint leaves and add Hugo, ice and a generous slice of lime to an Old Fashioned glass. Hugo by Stella Angelo can be ordered by the bottle ($45) or in a case of six ($250). Shipping takes just a day and costs a flat rate of $15.
Impress the discerning oenophiles at your Christmas party with this timeless cava by Codorníu. The oldest cava inSpain, Codorníu’s history dates back to 1551. It’s a history of a family of pioneers, like Josep Raventós, the family’s visionary heir; he produced the first bottles of sparkling wine in 1872, employing traditional methods to create the first cava. In the upcoming year, the brand will celebrate its 150th anniversary as one of Barcelona’s favourite sparkling wines. Codorníu wines are available at Cold Storage, FairPrice and RedMart.
Sample a range of outstanding wines with TTG’s Christmas Collection Case. Enjoy smooth, soul – warming festive reds from around the globe as well as refreshing whites and a range of bubbles bursting with flavour that will add sparkle to any Christmas meal. The collection also includes a rare, very limited wax sealed malbec, a magnum of award winning Italian red, bubbles and whites. The case is available at $399 ($33 a bottle) and includes delivery.
If a wine truly is a reflection of its terroir, Terres De Berne is a rosé that’s set to impress. Château de Berne sits nestled amidst the rolling hills of Provence, in the South of France. The exquisite estate is set in a stunning and pristine natural environment that spans over 1,700 acres, including 1,300 acres of Mediterranean woodland and 353 acres of vines.
Part of the Côtes-de- Provence appellation, Château de Berne’s delicate and elegant rosés are certified organic and embody the unique geology of their terroir. This fresh and very expressive wine is packed with the inimitable personality of Provence. The Terres De Berne rosé is a shiny pale peach colour with a fresh bouquet of grapefruit, peach and mango that evolves into more roundedness. It has a silky texture and enduring fruity finish from the citrus notes.
This article first appeared in the December 2021 edition of Expat Living. You can purchase the latest issue or subscribe, so you never miss a copy!
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