WINE TASTING SEMINAR in November 2013 by Philippines Leading Wine Supplier

Philippines Leading Wine Supplier offers Sparkling Wine Tasting Seminar in Manila

 

Philippines’ leading wine supplier Yats Wine Cellars is offering a wine tasting seminar at the newly opened MAGO wine lounge on the top floor of the upscale Magosaburo Restaurant.   Magosaburo is widely regarded as the best Japanese restaurant in Metro Manila.  It serves up some of the best Kobe and Wagyu beef that Manila wine and food lovers crave for.

 

This is another educational wine event for which this Manila wine supplier is often lauded by Philippines wine drinkers.   It is through these structured and professionally conducted wine events that Manila wine lovers get to not only learn more about wine but have a great time doing so while meeting new friends with similar interest.

 

On Friday 22nd November, 2013, starting at 5pm, CEO of Yats Wine Cellars, Mr. Denny Wang will conduct a Sparkling wine tasting seminar at the elegant MAGO Wine Lounge located in Manila’s dining center, Bonifacio Global City or BGC.  The title of this wine tasting seminar is

 

Sparkling Wine Beyond the Gates of Champagne

 

This event is sponsored by MAGO Wine Lounge so admission is free.  However registration is by invitation only.   Maximum capacity is 15 persons, so wine lovers are well advised to register well in advance.

 

For more information about this wine tasting seminar, log on to:

 

http://www.yatswinecellars.com/home.php/sparkling-wine-tasting-seminar-in-manila-bgc-by-yats-wine-cellars/

 

Those who are keen to attend this wine tasting seminar in Manila BGC, may do so by placing your name on the invitation guest list.   Just contact Yats Wine Cellars at

 

Tel:  (632) 637-5019 ask for Rea

 

Email  Manager@YatsWineCellars.com

 

Or log on to the web site and click on contact to deposit a message

 

http://www.YatsWineCellars.com

 

Most participants will take this opportunity to stay and savor the elegant and refined Japanese cuisine served at Magosaburo Restaurant.  This Japanese restaurant offers a remarkable wine list comprised of interesting selections of old- and new-world wines all chosen to be fine accompaniments to the equally interesting and delicate cuisine offered by this upscale dining establishment in Manila.

 

Yats Wine Cellars is widely regarded as one of the best wine suppliers in the Philippines.    It wasn’t until 2013 that this wine distributor designed a special program to help progressive restaurants to develop a winning wine concept.  The implementation of the modern wine concept is further supported by a long-term relationship between restaurant and a progressive wine distributor like Yats Wine Cellars.  The result of this kind of partnerships is the emergence of a new class of dining establishments in Manila, now described as wine-sensitive restaurants.  These restaurants in Manila become the favorite places for wine drinkers to enjoy a good meal, learn a little bit more about wine with each visit and enjoy the experience of dining in a good wine restaurant.

 

Most of the wines supplied by this wine supplier are not available on retail anywhere in Manila.  There is one small boutique wine shop in Manila located at the Oakwood Premier Hotel in Ortigas where a small part of the wine portfolio of Yats Wine Cellars can be found.  For more information about this boutique wine shop in Ortigas, Metro Manila, log on to:

 

http://www.yatswinecellars.com/blog.php/yats-wine-shop-at-oakwood-premier-hotel-in-ortigas-metro-manila/

 

Travelers and tourists visiting Philippines Clark Freeport Zone requiring some assistance with hotel accommodation in Clark as well as good restaurants in Clark Pampanga to eat out, can visit this web site for listings and reviews.

http://www.HotelClarkPhilippines.com

Wine lovers in the Philippines who wish to keep abreast of the wine scenes in Manila may sign on as friends of the Facebook of this wine supplier.  Just log on to

 

http://www.facebook.com/yats.wine

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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