You can now drink blue wine in Singapore

Nurul Azliah
Senior Lifestyle Reporter
You can now drink blue wine in Singapore. Photo: Gik

Planning a blue-themed Christmas party this year? Then you might want to serve your guests glasses of blue wine, which is now available in Singapore.

A year after this odd colour of wine was introduced to the world by Spanish firm Gik, the entrepreneurs behind Singapore’s Harry Potter-themed cafe (Platform 1094) and restaurants Fresh Fruits Lab and Blue Willow have brought the wine to our shores just in time for the year-end celebrations.

Gik’s blue wine was created by six Spanish entrepreneurs,  Iñigo Alday, Imanol López, Jen Besga, Gorka Maiztegi, Aritz López, and Taig Mac Marthy, and is manufactured via a pigmentation process. This process involves the addition of two organic pigments – indigo and anthocyanin – produced from the skins of red and white grapes from Spain and France.

Bottles of Gik are currently available in countries such as Spain, the US and Singapore, where it is priced at S$55 per bottle, S$100 for two and S$280 for six. They are available for pre-orders online. From mid-December, you can enjoy a glass at Platform 1094 and Blue Willow.

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