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Verre is helmed by chief sommelier Renny Heng, whose ten years of experience is reflected in the wine bar’s belief that terroir – the environment in which grapes are grown – plays a heavy role in the 750 labels of vino it carries. Verre’s key collection of Old World wines (from $75 to $5,350) come from Bordeaux, with bottle lists refreshed every two months.

Crowd favourites for white Burgundies include Lucien Le Moine and Paul Pernot, and, for red Burgundies, Domaine Joseph Roty. If you’ve a greater inclination for sparkling, rosé or champagne, prices start from $15 a glass. Verre also hosts themed, twice-monthly wine dinners with a focus on a particular estate or region, and it’s open to all. Want to enjoy one-for-one on all wines by the glass? Drop by during happy hour from Mondays to Thursdays from 4 to 7pm, and Fridays and Sundays from 4 to 6pm.

Crowd favourites for white Burgundies include Lucien Le Moine and Paul Pernot, and, for red Burgundies, Domaine Joseph Roty. If you’ve a greater inclination for sparkling, rosé or champagne, prices start from $15 a glass. Verre also hosts themed, twice-monthly wine dinners with a focus on a particular estate or region, and it’s open to all. Want to enjoy one-for-one on all wines by the glass? Drop by during happy hour from Mondays to Thursdays from 4 to 7pm, and Fridays and Sundays from 4 to 6pm.

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