IMPORTED RED WINES
Ambrose Wine and Spirits
Ambrose Wine and Spirits is proud to offer a variety of imported wines for distribution from our four 24-hour temperature-controlled warehouses in Bangkok, Samui, Phuket and Chiang Mai.
We source quality wines from around the globe and import them to Thailand for distribution to our valued customers. We carefully select wines from the finest winemaking regions in the world. Our selection includes Robert Mondavi Private Selection from their Winery in Napa Valley, California, Montes Wine from Chile, Hardy’s and Yellow Tail from Australia, and Piccini Wine from the timeless old-world vineyards of Italy. We provide a selection of imported wine including red wine such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah or Shiraz, Pinot Noir and white wine such as Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
All of our wines in Thailand are sourced directly from the wineries to guarantee quality for our customers. They are carried by the finest hotels, restaurants, and bottle shops in the country. Browse through our catalogue of red wine.
Ordering from Ambrose Wine and Spirits is quick and easy. You can pick up the phone and order directly from your closest branch office. Keeping in close contact with our valued customers is the best way we know to serve their needs in the competitive food and beverage industry. We offer both wholesale and direct to consumer services, contact us to get a wine price list.
Making wine is a complex and exacting task. It demands the right combination of weather, soil, quality grapes and winemaking ability to reach the height of excellence. Many regions around the world have vineyards producing wine, with Europe, North America, Chile, Argentina and Australia as the most popular and recognized red wine regions.
The modern varietal red wines we know all came from southern Europe. The Cabernets, Syrahs (Shiraz), Merlots, Beaujolais, Chiantis and all the other full-bodied and hearty red wines were born in the hillsides throughout France, Spain, Portugal, Italy and Greece.
These winemaking countries were also seafaring nations. They introduced their wines to much of the rest of the world and instilled a love of wine that spread around the globe. The world began to experiment with growing red wine grapes in their own country. The countries that have similar soil and weather conditions of southern Europe. Today, these countries have attained a level of winemaking ability that more than equals southern Europe.