The Anantara Hua Hin Resort & Spa in
collaboration with Siam Winery and internationally renowned artist
Christopher Hogan have launched three limited edition Monsoon
Valley Wines inspired by the lush tropical gardens of the resort
and Thailand’s stunning marine life.
“As our philosophy at Anantara is to emerse our
guests into the local culture, we invited Siam Winery, the makers
of Monsoon Valley Wine, to have a wine tasting night in the
gardens of the resort. The evening was such as success with the
guests fully endorsing the wine, the surroundings and our resident
artist , we jokingly said it would be great to bottle the feeling
of the whole evening – and here we are one year later launching
three limited edition wines inspired from that very first
evening,” said Anantara Hua Hin’s General
Manager, Tim Boda.
The labels of the wines have been designed by
Australian artist Christopher Hogan who inspiration comes from
Thailand’s marine life and the resort’s tropical gardens.
The 14 acres were the creation of Bangkok-based
landscape designer Bill Bensley who describes the results as
“biologically interesting by making five distinct sub-gardens; the
white garden, the heliconia garden, the red garden, the palm
garden (featuring no less than sixty species) and the yellow
The grapes of the three limited edition art
series wines including a White Shiraz, a Colombard and a Red
Shiraz are grown at the nearby Hua Hin Hills Vineyard and vinified
at Siam Winery. Each wine has been made to compliment
Thailand’s climate and cuisine. The years on the labels are also
dated as Buddist Era 2553.
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