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All For Wine and Wine For All

Offerings from the Wine Embassy.

District 1 has recently welcomed the Wine Embassy, a real paradise for both wine lovers and those who want to learn more about wine.

There are several reasons why the Wine Embassy is different and very special. First, and unlike most bars and restaurants, you can choose from over 30 different wines by the glass, including top wines. All wines are kept in perfect drinking condition by using special temperature controlled machines. Second, they offer recommendations for which food pairs well with your desired wine. And third, the Wine Embassy is managed and run by wine enthusiasts, including Mr. Francois who is a sommelier and is always willing to share his knowledge and advice while not being overly technical.

The Wine Embassy also offers the wine trio, a fantastic idea: three glasses with three different wines in tasting size, aiming to challenge your knowledge and learn more, with prices starting at 145.000 VND for the trio, affordable learning and pleasure are almost guaranteed.

The Wine Embassy also offers tailor made wine tasting courses, for a minimum of ten people. Their aim is to make wine part of the Vietnamese life.

Set over three floors, the Wine Embassy promises to be the next gathering spot for Vietnamese and foreigners alike, who enjoy good wines and good food.

Wine Embassy. 13 Ngo Duc Ke, D1, HCMC. T: 0917 056 367.

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