Looking for the best wine Hong Kong?
There’s nothing better than a nice glass of wine after a long day — and with the outbreak of COVID-19, wine has become a household essential.
Whether you’re looking for a nice red, white, rose, or bubbly, we’ve found the best online wine delivery services in Hong Kong that offer quality wine at reasonable prices and with impeccable service.
Ready to take a sip? In this article, products that we will cover include:
- Organic, niche wine
- Australian wine
- French wine
1. Where can I buy high-quality organic, niche wine Hong Kong?
If supermarket wines or conventional brands bore you, you can elevate your wine experience with Cocobop.
Cocobop offers high-quality organic, niche, and other hip wine that you’ll have a hard time finding anywhere else in Hong Kong.
Their website is user-friendly and arguably one of the best online wine stores in Hong Kong.
If you want to get a good sense of any bottle of wine they are selling, just look at the helpful matrix. At a glance, you’ll find out if a bottle is bold or light, sweet or dry, and acidic or soft.
You can easily search for under $150 bottles. Also, every bottle of wine they sell comes with suggested food pairings.
Free delivery on orders over $1,000.
Use the code SAVVYINHK10KFK to get a 10% discount for any purchase over $1,000 at COCOBOP.
2. Where can I buy European wine combined with European food?
If you love eating food that has been directly imported from Europe, such as dry sausage, camembert, black olives, dry figs, and duck foie gras with a bottle or two of prosecco, check out the Cheese Club. They offer really reasonably priced food and wine hampers, as well as stand-alone bottles of wine.
This is a straight from the cellar-door experience and will allow you to enjoy divine European food together with European wine.
3. Which store in Hong Kong has an extensive range of wine?
Watson’s Wine Shop HK began business in 1998 and now has more than 30 stores in Hong Kong.
Their wine collection is huge. They sell more than 2,000 different wines from 20 countries, out of which more than 400 are unique to Watson’s Wine and cannot be found elsewhere.
They offer members benefits and rewards like a regular wine magazine, wine tasting invites, other events, and a range of exclusive benefits for loyalty partners.
If you plan to buy wine in Hong Kong, look no further than Watson Wine. Orders above $1,600 can enjoy free home delivery.
4. Which wine shop in Hong Kong will help educate me on wine?
etc Wine Shop
etc stocks an exquisite collection of boutique wines & spirits that are a must-try. You can buy wine online or check out their retail outlets.
Their retail outlets are a fabulous destination; they allow you to immerse yourself in your favorite wines. With experts to guide you through your wine buying journey, etc lets you explore different wines’ flavors through its year-round wine tasting and other events.
With the finest wine varieties to explore here, the shop offers wine for every budget from under $100 to above $1,000.
You will find wine from popular wine-producing countries, including Italy, France, and Australia. The offering includes Red, White, Champagne Rose, Cognac, Grappa, and Sparkling White.
5. Which is the best wine shop Hong Kong selling Australian wine?
Wine Brothers HK
Small batch, direct-sourced and Australian produced, Wine Brothers HK brings in the best wines Australia’s got to offer to Hong Kong.
We love their wine packages, such as The Pinot Pack, which starts at $580 for 3 bottles and can go up to $2,250 for twelve bottles.
Prefer buying by the bottle?
We love the All Saints Estate Moscato ($120), as well as the Deep Woods ‘Estate’ Chardonnay ($180).
Those who aren’t into wine can even find beer, cider, and spirits available on the site.
Free shipping for orders over $750. Can deliver next day for some areas.
6. Where can I buy French wine in Hong Kong at affordable prices?
Monsieur Chatte was one of the first hip cafes to open in Sheung Wan back in 2008, and we all know that Sheung Wan has now turned into a fabulous neighborhood with plenty of quirky shops.
From foie gras and caviar to cheese and sweets, there’s plenty of French snacks for you to choose from that will pair perfectly alongside your glass of wine.
Feel like celebrating? Try a bottle of Champagne Brut Rosé, Didier Chopin ($358) or Champagne Didier Chopin Blanc de Blancs Premier Cru ($448).
For white wine, try the Bourgogne Chardonnay, Maison Chandesais 2018 ($198). For red wine, consider a bottle of Domaine Bois De Laborde ($248).
You know this store is the real deal because you will always see French expats inside.
Free delivery on all purchases of HK$800 or more.
7. Where can I buy inexpensive wine Hong Kong?
Kauthwaites Direct Wine
As one of the most extensive home-delivery wine services, Direct Wine has a wide variety of wines from regions worldwide.
Love a bargain?
The company has bundled offers that make selecting wine easy. We love their 12-bottle pack of the company’s most most-loved, highest-rated, and most popular red and white wine selection. Typically selling for $2,488, this pack is currently selling for $1,288.
If there’s any time to go wild on online wine shopping, this is it.
Free delivery on all orders with six or more bottles or orders over $800.
8. Which is the best online wine shop in Hong Kong?
Kedington Wines’ online shop, Wine Please!, is a Hong Kong-based store that brings good wine to the city.
With a selection from America, Argentina, Australia, Spain, and more, customers can also navigate the site by choosing their preferred wine picks, whether red, white, sparkling, or sweet.
The company aims to be the best online wine company in Hong Kong, and with their easy-to-use website, they are doing a good job!
Free delivery for orders over $1000.
9. Which wine company in Hong Kong offers the best service?
My Wine Man
Born out of frustration with Hong Kong’s wine retailers not passing on the savings gained from the abolition of the wine tax in 2008, My Wine Man was born a year later, aiming to provide a large selection of good quality wines at fair prices, along with good quality service.
Selling a selection of wine from Australia, New Zealand, France, Spain, and Italy, you’ll even find a delicious selection of beer and spirits.
My Wine Man often has special deals on a select number of popular wines; it’s definitely worthwhile checking out this site to see these deals.
Known for its customer-friendly service, you’re unlikely to be disappointed by My Wine Man. Free delivery for 12 bottles or orders over HK$3,000.
10. Which wine shop is one of the most beloved in Hong Kong?
Widely loved by the wine community, the Cuvées website is nothing but fun.
With a selection of large 1,500ml bottle wines for the eager drinkers, certified organic wines for the health-conscious drinkers, and even assortment sets that are perfect for trying new bottles out, Cuvées’ got it all.
From fine wine to splurge-worthy bottles, prices range from $100 to over $2000. For Game of Thrones fans, they also stock a GoT eight bottle whiskey collection for $9,800.
Free delivery on orders over $1000 for a limited time. They have their own delivery team and guarantee delivery within 48 hours.
Is expensive wine worth it?
You can expect that a $300 bottle of wine will taste better than a $100 bottle of wine, but when it comes to really expensive wine, sometimes it’s hard to tell which bottle of wine tastes better. For really expensive wine bottles, sometimes you need to truly be a wine enthusiast to appreciate the impact fully.
What are the 5 most popular easy-drinking wines?
Chardonnay: This is the number 1 selling white wine in the world. The taste itself is buttery. The grapes themselves are relatively easy to grow. They are low maintenance and adapt well to various climates; all this means that the price of chardonnay is relatively low.
Pinot Grigio: Very popular dry white wine. The wine has acidic flavors such as lemon and lime—refreshing white wine and perfect for a hotel summer day.
Pinot Noir: dry-lighted bodied red. The wine is very versatile. Light enough to be eaten with grilled fish but complex enough to be consumed together with heavier food.
Rosé: rose can be produced in different ways, and it may taste dry or sweet. Many roses are a blend of more than one grape. Served chilled and best eaten with lighter food such as Asian food, seafood, or chicken.
Cabernet Sauvignon: full-bodied red with a medium level of acidity. Dry and not sweet. You might taste vanilla as a result of the wine aging in oak barrels.
How do I close a wine bottle without a cork?
Thrown the cork away by accident? Got too ambitious and thought you’d sup the whole bottle before bed? There are solutions to preserving wine once the bottle is open and prevents that vinegary flavor from developing.
Check out this wine preserver from Coravin, which lets you cap wine and stop it oxidizing. It’s on Selfridges, which means you can get it delivered to Hong Kong for free when you sign up for Selfridges Plus – we explained the details in another post you can find here.
Where can we buy cheap groceries in Hong Kong?
At SavvyinHK, we love to buy good-quality products without over-paying.
We have articles on all of these topics:
The best way to access European cheese directly to your door
Guide to buying herbs
Where to buy cheap groceries in Hong Kong
Buying French groceries in Hong Kong
Where to buy Italian groceries in Hong Kong
Where can I buy Boones Farm Wine in Hong Kong?
Americans may know about Boones Farm Wine, for better or worse. It’s not the type of wine we go for here at SavvyinHK, but we did some looking into it since it does come up. It turns out it’s not available here in Hong Kong. Your liver will probably be thankful! Invest in some good wine and get boozy with a decent taste instead!
What’s the most popular wine by the glass in Hong Kong?
It’s hard to give a definitive answer on this, but according to Mathieu Marchal, Head Sommelier, Gourmet Dining Group Limited, people in Hong Kong prefer Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay for white wine. For red wine, Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon are popular.
How do I open wine without a corkscrew?
The simple answer here is to refer you back to the earlier question! The Coravin system opens and seals your wine bottles for you; no corkscrew required ever again. The alternative ways are rather violent, such as smashing the bottle, so if you know you’ve not got a corkscrew at home, it better to buy a screw-top wine for now. Check out this well-designed corkscrew from Georg Jensen if you need to find a good one.
Hong Kong is home to many different wine distributors. Fortunately, we’re able to get our hands on many different types of wine here in Hong Kong.
We hope you try some of the distributors we’ve mentioned, and you enjoy sipping your glass of wine after a long day.
If you’re wanting to know more tips on where to buy affordable yet high-quality everyday household items such as cheese, herbs, French food, Italian groceries, nuts, and kitchenware, check out Hong Kong Grocery Guide: Best quality & prices.
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