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Wine & Spirit Fair

2 (Fri) Oct – 15 (Thu) Oct 2020
@ Harbour City, Times Square, ifc mall and New Town Plaza stores

Together with city'super, travel the wine world and enjoy different types of wines one by one - an exciting wine journey that will enchant you.

Keep Your Gin Up! Gins and Mixers You’ll Love

Gin, an aromatic and easy-to-drink liqueur, is a popular choice for lovers of mixed drinks. With juniper at its heart and a combination of spicy, floral and woody notes, gin can be flavoured with other fruits and botanicals to create unique drinks and cocktails. Later, people added gin, sugar and lime to the tonic and created the world’s first Gin and Tonic.

Here are a few of crowd-favourite gins you should know about:

Kyoya Shuzo Hinata Gin
This Japanese gin has aromas of juniper, herbs and a touch of citrus. A warm mouthfeel with refreshing flavours of chamomile and sweet spice like cardamom.

Gin Mare
Hailing from Spain, this gin is crafted with raw ingredients gathered from various Mediterranean regions for distillation, including Italian basil, Turkish thyme and Greek rosemary. It has a strong base of botanicals with aromas of cardamom, green apple, rosemary and thyme, and a refreshing finish of citrus.

Ägräs Abloom Gin
This gin from Finland has been added with honey and hibiscus flowers during distillation, and has a rich floral aroma. On the palate is a balanced combination of juniper berry, wild angelica and hibiscus flowers and the extended finish is crispy with aromas of honey and citrus.

Recommended pairing: Q Mixers Spectacular Tonic Water
It has sharp flavour and high carbonation, and is not so sweet to let the subtleties of a great gin shine through.

* During the Wine & Spirit Fair, Harbour City, New Town Plaza and Times Square stores will be decorated with a beautiful, garden-like Gin Corner. Don’t forget to bring home your favourite gin, take a snap and share with your friends and family!

Pop! Old World Sparkling Wines

“Pop!” is the lovely sound of celebration, and if you’re in need of some cheering up, join us in exploring an array of Old-World sparkling wines!

Champagne Philippe Gonet Roy Soleil Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs Brut NV
Made in the Champagne region of France using traditional methods. This wine has fine, delicate bubbles with notes of candied fruits, citrus and gingerbread. A complex first impression and a lingering finish.

La Cheteau Crémant de Loire Sans Sulfites Brut NV
Crémant refers to sparkling wines made in France but not within the Champagne region. They are produced using same wine-marking method as champagne. This bottle is from Loire Valley, and has notes of citrus and white flowers that emerge at the start of tasting that evolves into aromas of ripe white fruit and honey. Refreshing and tender on the palate.

Ca'del Bosco Cuvée Prestige DOCG NV
A sparkling wine made in the famous Franciacorta region of Italy, using grape varieties and the same wine-making method as champagne. Ca'del Bosco is one of the most iconic estates in the region.

Alta Alella Bruant Brut Nature 2017
Belongs to Cava, a sparkling wine made in Spain using the traditional method producing champagne, but the grape varieties used are very different. This wine is made with organic Xarel•lo grapes with a gentle white flower aroma, refreshing, crisp taste and good depth.

Hubertushof Riesling Sekt NV
Different from the other wines, the German sparkling wine known as “sekt” is made using the tank method. This fine sparkling Riesling has been sourced from the estate’s vineyards in the “Middle Mosel”, and is the result of meticulous hand selection followed by long ageing on the yeast for a zesty, fruity wine with invigorating acidity.

Which one of these is your favourite? Cast your vote!

From the New World: Excellent Australian Wines

Wait, wines come from old and new worlds? Old World refers to traditional European wine-producing countries such as France, Italy, Greece and Spain, while New World refers to other wine-producing countries like Australia, USA, South America and South Africa. This time, city'super brings you three red wines with different styles from different regions of Australia.

Ferngrove White Label Cabernet Merlot 2018
Region: Frankland – with similar climate to Bordeaux of France; well known for Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot grape varieties
Style: structured, balanced

Logan Pinot Noir 2016
Region: Orange – cooler climate and famous for grape varieties like Pinot Noir and Chardonnay
Style: elegant, lighter body

Ubertas Single Vineyard Shiraz 2017
Region: Barossa – well known for the Shiraz grape variety
Style: fruity and rich

Food pairing: French Chilled Duck Breast
The ducks are raised and prepared only in France, and fed with corn from local French farms. The controlled traceability guarantees meat quality.

4 White Wines You Should Try

Come explore the world of white wine and enrich your wine experience! This season, city'super has sourced 4 white wines made with Chardonnay grapes from different regions. It’s time to discover the beauty of these unique bottles. Who knows? You might just fall in love with them!

Domaine Bernard Millot Meursault Augustin 2016
From Meursault of Burgundy in France, this vineyard is known for making white wines with strong minerality, an oaky aroma and good ageing potential. The wine has delicate aroma of white flower, peach and hazelnut; is medium-bodied with rounded texture and is nicely balanced in acidity and toastiness – a great expression of Meursault’s terroir.

Flowers Camp Meeting Ridge Chardonnay 2014
Sonoma Coast in California, USA has a cool climate, and the Chardonnay from the region is mature and elegant. This wine was transferred into 100% French oak barrels and aged for 12 months to give it a stronger oak flavour. It also has a mature fruitiness and a lively acidity that are well-balanced.

Ca' del Bosco Chardonnay 2015
Produced in Lombardy, Italy, where there is a large difference in temperature between day and night. As lakes in Lombardy regulate the climate of their surroundings, it's great for growing grapes, and gives Chardonnay grapes a unique character. “Bâtonnage”, or lees stirring, is carried out every week to bring the wine to a peak of harmony on the nose and complexity and body on the palate.

Ferngrove Orchid Diamond Chardonnay 2018
From Frankland region, which has a similar climate to Bordeaux of France and hence producing premium Chardonnay that are easy on the palate. This wine is straight forward with a rich fruitiness and oak flavours.

Food pairing: Les Frères Marchand Comte AOP Grande Garde Cheese (20-24 Months)
A semi-hard raw cow milk's cheese with buttery texture and combination of fruity, floral and nutty flavours.

Awesome Gift with Purchase: Wine & Spirit Fair 2020

How about an exciting gift when you purchase alcoholic beverages during our Wine & Spirit Fair? From 2 to 15 October 2020, spend a designated amount or above on selected alcoholic beverages in a single transaction at any city'super store to receive a free gift*. While stocks last.

  • Make a net purchase of HK$1,000 or above and receive a pack of Chambost Rosette des Monts du Lyonnais Salami for free (Limited to 300 packs)
  • Make a net purchase of HK$2,500 or above and receive a Wine Accessories Surprise Grab Bag for free (Limited to 100 pieces)
  • Make a net purchase of HK$20,000 or above and receive one bottle of Hennerssy X.O. for free (Limited to 10 bottles)

*Terms and conditions apply. See promotional materials in stores for more details.


^Promotional products are available @ selected stores only. While stocks last. The above product details are subject to change without prior notice. Photos are for reference only.