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Our artist highlight section looks to showcase some of the eccentric personalities to whom we link our "Sounds Like "  wine pairing notes. As we have mentioned before, the audio sensory is undervalued in the wine segment and we feel the need to push the boundaries by tying the two together as  we feel every style of music has a different affect on our grey matter and wine also does in the same respect. Sade is one of the those artists whose voice has stood the test of time. Born in Ibadan, Sade gained modest recognition as a fashion designer and part-time...

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What’s light, natural, and fizzy all over? That’s right, we’re talking Pétillant Naturel, or Pét-Nat, for short. Despite its recent surge in popularity, Pét-Nat is actually far from being the new kid on the block. In fact, this spritzy sparkler dates back pre-Champagne, making it the OG way to produce sparkling wine. “The méthode ancestrale was originally used in Limoux in the south of France in the early 16th century by winemaking monks.” Pét-Nat is produced in the méthode ancestral, otherwise known as “rurale,” “artisanale,” or “gaillacoise.” The wine is bottled prior to fully completing its first fermentation, allowing carbon...

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Have you ever wondered what wine would pair with your favorite art movement? Me neither, but I thought it’d be fun. Follow me through this quick art history lesson and enjoy some wine along the way.     Da Vinci Mona Lisa 1503-1515   Renaissance & Muscat Blanc The Renaissance artists were drama kings. Back then, intense light and shading was the modern-day Instagram filter. In the Mona Lisa, Da Vinci fused the subject with the background using a hazy or dreamlike effect called sfumato. So you know, he went bold with #nofilter. Also originating in Greece and Italy, Muscat Blanc was likely Mona...

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Sparkling wine is a popular choice for many consumers who look to celebrate occasion's, begin a festive meal or just sit at home with friends to kick back and ramble on about how ridiculous your week was. But, is your regular prosecco or champagne truly as natural as they could be? Sure, we would hope most sparkling wine producers would purchase organically grown grapes, but the production method is completely in the hands of the wine maker ( and sometimes controlled by appellation rules). We can't hate the player, we got to hate the game. Styles of sparkling are man...

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Explore the world of natural wines and practical food pairings with Naturalista and Daniel Thaiger! In this workshop, you’ll get an insight into differences between conventional and natural wine, as well as discover how burgers and natural wines are a match made in heaven! Whats on the menu : 4 Burgers (Sliders) + 4 Natural Wines(Beef or All Pork option upon booking - Form will be sent)Notes: The minimum age of participants is 21.Sign up here 👉🏽 https://bit.ly/2LpHBJODetails________Price: 2,000 Baht / personKindly book your spot at least 3 days in advance. ________📍 theCOMMONS Kitchen | 3rd Floor📞 096 556 1596📩 gatherings@thecommonsbkk.com

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