Enjoy Rose Garden Hotels Wine and Cheese Soiree cause no great story ever started with someone eating salad.
Renowned as Yangon’s best wine and cheese event introducing this time finest wines and cheeses from the Black Sea region. The perfect after-work hangout and networking event with your friends and colleagues.
Experience a delicious selection of our finest cheese, cold cuts & hobnob wines in the relaxed setting with friends and families at our Veranda Bar. There will be a over 30 international cheeses including raclette, scraped fresh from the grill to freshly baked bread, and some wonderful cured meats, along with groovy tunes from the sax & piano.
Romania may not be the first country that comes to one’s mind when thinking about wine. However, the country has a millennial wine history, going back to the Romanians’ ancestors, the Dacians and the Romans. Occupying the same latitudes as France’s main wine regions, Romania has great soil and climate conditions for grape growing. Situated on the same latitude as Bordeaux, the climate is drier and more continental, as the Black Sea does not have the same influence over Romania as the Atlantic Ocean does in Bordeaux. Romanian autumns are long and gentle, allowing grapes to ripen slowly and concentrate good flavors.
Holding the sixth place in Europe for wine production, and has one of the oldest wine making traditions in the world, its viticulture dating back more than 6,000 years. Viticulture became a current activity of the local inhabitants mainly in the hilly areas. Numerous local wine grape varieties have been obtained during medieval time by empirical selection, becoming representatives for Romanian wine regions. Up to the phylloxera crisis, each Romanian wine region has its own wine grape assortment, that generates specific local wines. Since the medieval period, wine has been the traditional alcoholic beverage of the Romanians.
Please book in advance, the pre-booking price is US$ 22:00 net and it will be US$ 26 net on the door. Tickets are available for sale at the reception.
Contact the Rose Garden Hotel Yangon on +95 1 371992 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.