Esteemed Thai wine to be served to Apec leaders at summit


BANGKOK (The Nation/Asia News Network): Two brands of Thai wine will be served to economic leaders attending the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) Summit in Bangkok in November in a bid to promote Thai products.

The first brand is "GranMonte" whose NV GranMonte Crémant Méthode Traditionnelle Extra Brut received a gold medal and an additional seven silver medals at Europe's biggest wine competition, AWC Vienna 2022.

Another Thai brand is Monsoon Valley, which had won honour on many international stages. Monsoon Valley Cuvée De Siam Rouge received five gold medals at three world-class wine competitions.

Many kinds of Monsoon Valley wine are produced at a vineyard in Hua Hin district of Prachuap Khiri Khan province.

Both GranMonte and Monsoon Valley will be served to economic leaders during the gala dinner at the Royal Thai Navy Convention Hall.

The Apec Summit, scheduled to be held at the Queen Sirikit Convention Centre from Nov 18 to 19, will be organised under the theme “Open. Connect. Balance.”

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