Bali doesn’t have a strong tradition of winemaking compared to Australia, Italy or France, despite the fact there are vineyards in some parts of the island proving that the soil in Bali has added contribution to the world of wine. While many wine stocks in Bali are imported, it is the smell-swirl-sip experience in the undeniable charm of Bali that makes a whole different experience. Either you’re an expert or a casual wine enthusiast, here in Bali you can learn something about wines from other continents or region, broadening your wine palate.
Hatten Wines has been making wine on the island since 1994, breaking the rules of traditional viticulture and winemaking by braving the climate, the elements and fierce critics. The results can be tasted in its facility at The Cellardoor in Sanur.
At The Cellardoor, you can sample the wines accompanied by friendly hosts who will share the specific characteristics of the wines. Over 20 years of production, you can sample Hatten’s 7 kinds of wines and counting, plus its sister product, Two Islands. Shop the ones you like, and there are also some wine accessories available on site for purchase.
If you find that those wines are interesting, by all means to book a vineyard tour to their vines in North Bali, about a 3-hour drive from Sanur.