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Wine Distributors in Singapore

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Countries in the database

The information about the countries that are represented in the distributor database. The section describes each country, the number of contacts and features of wine distribution.

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About Singapore

Singapore is a city-state of only 778 square kilometres. It is located near the equator, just one degree north. In this country there is no winter, no summer, and temperature variations are minimal. Capital: Singapore, Official languages: Malay, English, Tamil, Singaporean Mandarin, Continent: Asia. Singapore is considered to be both an island and a country, and is its own capital city. The city is colourful and bright, with an active business life in the Central Area, a bustling Chinatown and Little India, saturated with the aromas of all kinds of spices. The Arab Quarter, centred around the Sultan Mosque, borders the neighbourhood of Orchard Road, the city’s trendiest spot, where the main fashionable hotels, clubs, restaurants and shopping malls are concentrated. And not far away are the islands with a completely different atmosphere – Pulau Ubin with its quiet fishing villages and Pulau Tekong with its unspoilt forests and deserted beaches.

Which alcoholic beverages are popular and enjoyed in Singapore?

Singapore Sling (Singaporean cocktail), Tiger Beer (a Singaporean brand first launched in 1932), Craft Beer, Whisky, Sake, Cocktails, Wine.

Which are the most popular imported wines in Singapore?

Wines from France, Italian Wines, Wines from New Zealand and Australia, Spanish Wines, and Other International Wines (Wines from United States, Chile, Germany, Austria and others).

What are the popular choices among wine drinkers in Singapore?

Red Wine (Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Shiraz/Syrah, and Pinot Noir), White Wine (Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling, and Pinot Grigio/Pinot Gris), Sparkling Wine/Champagne (French Champagne, Italian Prosecco, Spanish Cava, sparkling wines from Australia, United Kingdom, Belgium, Switzerland and the United States), Rosé Wine.

Where can you buy wines, fine wines in Singapore?

Numerous Singaporean wine retailers and specialty wine shops offer a wide selection of wines from around the world; Online wine platforms, Duty-Free Shops and Wine Clubs. All Singapore’s upscale hotels and high-end restaurants have extensive wine lists, with some also offering retail wine sales.

Does Singapore have its own wine production?

Due to the tropical climate and small size of the country, wine production has never been a part of Singapore’s culture. However, a few companies have started experimenting with small-scale wine production using imported grape must or juice.

Total number of companies from Singapore in the database: