RŌNIN is this uber-trendy restaurant, owned by rockstar couple Matt Abergel and Lindsay Jang - the folks behind hipster-mecca Yardbird. This is a team which knows how to keep things hip and happening. Unlike it’s all chicken sister, RŌNIN’s main focus is fish and seafood designed as a culinary playground for Abergel to stretch his Japanese cooking techniques using the city's freshest seafood. The menu shifts daily and the restaurant's cool staff highly encourage alcoholic accompaniments to the dishes. What better place for us to be with our fresh and fizzy Weissburgunder from Franz Keller. Ronin carries the same Yardbird stamp of warm service and swingy, anything-goes vibe, and...
Pietro Beconcini Chianti Riserva and Franz Keller Grauburgunder listed as house wines at Ura Japanese Delicacy
It might be Japanese for "hidden", but URA Japanese Delicacy is not hard to find. Located at the cusp of Central and Sheung Wan, the hip Japanese eatery is the latest brainchild of the Chang brothers, who also own nearby Indonesian restaurant IR1968. With ingredients flown in daily from Osaka, the menu offers tapas-style small bites, grilled meats, sashimi and sushi, and larger plates of rice bowls and sushi platters. Located at 2/F, The Wellington, 198 Wellington Street, Central, the restaurant also has a large terrace that is a good area for after-dinner drinks.
Following our success at the Peninsula Hotel, our new vintage of Vigna Alle Nicchie has made it on the wine list of one of Hong Kong's hippest bars, the Salon no. 10. If you’re in the mood for drinks without the loud noise from LKF, head up to Arbuthnot Road’s Salon No. 10 – the décor is inviting and comfy, just perfect for a chilled out night without the stress! The crowd here is fun and eclectic too – so if you’re brave enough, strike up a conversation and you might be surprised who you meet!
We are proud to announce that Hong Kong's most famous hotel - The Peninsula - has confirmed to list two of our Beconcini wines, the Maurleo 2009 and Vigna Alle Nicchie 2007. Opened in 1928, and expanded in 1994, the hotel combines colonial and modern elements, and is notable for its large fleet of Rolls-Royces painted the distinctive "Peninsula green". The five-star hotel has consistently been rated as one of the top luxury hotels in the world. The hotel has 300 guestrooms and suites, as well as world renowned restaurants and bars including Gaddi’s, Felix designed by Philippe Starck, Spring...