The perfect red wine for a Hong Kong sundowner… Nicole Abiouness’ TEN ROWS *LIMITED*


I’m delighted to announce this week’s offering… the release of Nicole Abiouness’ 2106 Ten Rows Pinot Noir. This is one of my favorite, easy-going wines and great value too (HK$320 per bottle), especially considering how hard these are to get. Nicole allocates most of her wine to a few select sommeliers at a handful of Northern California’s best restaurants.

The 2016 Ten Rows is 100% Pinot Noir; beautiful, bright, and luminescent in the glass. The nose has hints of candied cherry, rhubarb, and strawberry incense. On the palate you find those same flavors dancing around with a lingering acidity to keep them from disappearing too quickly.

Simple, elegant, refreshing – Nicole’s Ten Rows Pinot will satisfy you now and for as long as you can resist them in your cellar. We sold out of the 2015 within hours of release and the 2016s are even better ~ so don’t miss your chance with this vintage. Only 300 cases produced!

HK$320 per bottle (Buy Now)
-shipping included-
*maximum of 12 bottles per customer*

Nicole Abiouness has been involved with wineries from all over the world, including Yalumba in Australia, Chateau La Tour Blanche in Sauternes, Domaine Comte Armand in Burgundy as well as both Chappellet and Luna in Napa Valley, California. In 2000, Nicole acquired ten rows of old vine Pinot Noir in Carneros for what what to become Abiouness Wines, a name that pays homage to her Lebanese father.