M M Wine

+66 0 76 213797 9/19 Thepkrasattri Road
Muang, 83000
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Welcome to M M Wine, suppliers of the finest imported wines to Phuket's premier restaurants and hotels. We have been established for 13 years, servicing the needs of wine lovers throughout the south of Thailand. Our name has become synonymous with quality and service and our reputation is second to none. M M Wine is also the sole agent for Heineken Beer and Tiger Beer in the Phuket region. We can supply you Heineken and Tiger at greatly discounted rates. – Description from AlexJelena

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  • Ridge Geyserville 2013


    Three years after my previous notes on this wine, I'm still liking it. As noted before, a light hit of red fruit--raspberry--but with no sweetness. Acid is apparent. As previously reported, tannin is somewhat sedate. I'm still calling this a medium-bodied wine, but contrary to my previous assessment, I am of the impression that more years of ... Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • EMark,I could have wine shipped to my in-laws in Seattle.  I'm not looking to do that, but I was interested in the low volume.  I assumed it was a winery, not "virtual winery".  There are some wineries here that produce some really low volume editions.  Typically they'd only be available to wine-club members or at the winery only.  There's one c... Read More

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  •  I love that there are wineries there producing relatively tiny volumes of wine like here. 75 cases in California?  Good luck finding that anywhere!  Buy it only at the winery probably eh? I posted an Apsara not too long ago that had a production of 37 cases.  I order their wines on-line from their website -- https://apsaracellars.com/ -- but I ... Read More

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  • Zuf, congrats on finding the new abode. Sorry about the passing of your Mother, we lost our Dad (95) this spring as well so I know a bit of what you're feeling and it's not easy.Darren, looks like a great event and the weather appears to have  cooperated as well.Mark, we opened the 1st of 4 of  our Apsara '14 Whole Cluster Syrah just 3 weeks ago... Read More

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  • I've been waiting for your announcement of moving to Victoria! Weird that two frequent people on Snooth are now in the same town!Zuf and his wife bought a new house maybe fifteen minutes from me and the funny thing is I did all the plumbing and gas in it.  Nice place Zuf, I'm sure you'll be happy here. My condolences on the passing of your mothe... Read More

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  • There is LIFE!Thanks for dropping by Apelsecs.  Good to see you too Randy!I'm sure there'll be flurries of news coming once summer activity slows down.  I know of some, but will let the main characters tell their respective stories.I lost my miniature Schanauzer (she was 15) in June and left my boss of 11 years to work for a guy ten years younge... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Fried apple & whites

  • Hi folks!You probably remember me as a guy with fancy pairing choices, so here we go - a Fries Apple with White wine!A background - well, I was lazy to cook something and had a bottle of California Pinot Gris... and at some point I felt like crispy red sweet apple would be best for pairing when it's a bit fried...It's very easy to make - just dr... Read More

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  • Ridge Lytton Springs Dry Creek Valley 2015


    I'm going to be a bit kinder to this wine than I was a year and a half ago. I am still getting bright red fruit--raspberry, plum, and I am still surprised at the relative lack of tannin. However, it has rounded out to a nice, mouth-filling wine. I am wondering if this is a stylistic change at the winery. Read More

    Wine review by EMark

  • Scoperta Montepulciano d'Abruzzo Italy 2017


    very full bodied and fresh wine. I understand why stainless steel vatting may cause a "fresher" taste but I'm inclined to believe the oak may better provide that mystical uniqueness a wine needs. Read More

    Wine review by Pickit4flavor

  • I need some direction!It seems that grocery store is what it is...fresh and well handled leads to some interesting grocery store wine.  But it seems that those whose pallets have matured some and search for more interesting wines have issues with consistent vendors.They all seem to have the "off" vintages and they're marked up due to the Domaine... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Poor handling and storage...

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