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Why offer a bottle of wine as a Christmas gift is a great idea
Every year, you run out of time to buy a Christmas gift. More precisely, you ran out of time because you procrastinated. And you procrastinated because you ran out of ideas in the first place. The thought process for finding a Christmas gift is a pain to our brain. It is really difficult to find an original present that will please your recipient every year. Especially that most people can buy they like themselves. And the one they cannot afford to buy themselves, you cannot afford it for them either. That’s why choose to offer a bottle of French wine for Christmas this year. It’s elegant, it’s original and your recipient will drink it for sure. Honestly, on average, how many Christmas parties or dinners do you have to attend? And how many bottles of wine do you consume every Christmas? A lot. am I wrong? Some people like to offer chocolate and sweets for the festivities at the end of the year but there usually already too much sweet stuff on the table. And you never have too much wine because you can keep it and it won’t spoil. At least, you can keep it a few months in the fridge even if you don’t have a wine cellar.
Everyone at the office love to get good wine delivered. You quickly get sick of eating chocolates. And you are already going to gain a lot of weight during Christmas dinner. And flowers are...useless. A true waste of money and resources for something that will die in a few days. Don't get me wrong, flowers for your significant other is great, but for a company? Really? So yeah, we deliver to every office areas in Singapore including Tampines and CBD. You live in Europe and want to thank your partner in Singapore? Say no more, place your wine order with us and we will deliver it to them with a special thank you note.
What should you pair your wine with Christmas dinner dishes? Well, there is no golden rules and wine pairing with food is very subjective. But people tend to eat a lot of meat with heavy sauces for Christmas. And a good pairing would be to open a bottle of Bordeaux wine. The reason behind is that Bordeaux wine tends to be full-bodied and will resist to the overwhelming amount of flavour found in Christmas recipes. I personally prefer to drink wine after eating or before, not during my meal. Or at least, I would have a sip of water to clean my mouth and then drink to enjoy my glass of wine. Let them try European superior Old World wines. French are wine are not always the best, but ours are definitively better than those found in supermarkets.