Raise A Glass For VIN+ Wine and Beyond

May 6, 2015 christi

Wine connoisseurs, lovers and novices of Jakarta and Bali, look no further! VIN+ Wine and Beyond’s inventory of more than 1,000 labels from over 10 wine-growing regions in the world plus specially trained wine butlers will ensure you get the right bottle every time.

VIN+ first opened its doors in 2004 in Kemang and with more than 10 years of experience, it’s the oldest and most trusted wine authority in town. And don’t you and your guests deserve the best?


VIN+ has four convenient locations in Jakarta and one flagship in Bali.

The VIN+ experience

Since uncorking in Kemang, VIN+ has expanded all over Jakarta and now has a retail shop at Central Park Mall plus wine boutiques in Senayan Arcadia and Street Gallery at Pondok Indah Mall. The Senayan, Pondok Indah, and Kemang wine boutiques are awesome spots to unwind with an after-work happy hour or decadent dinners while waiting out the macet. Pair your wine with something from the food menu, the brainchild of Executive Chef Djoko Suwarno and Head Chef Deni Sugiarto. You might know Chef Djoko Sarwono as the winner of Indonesian Iron Chef and TV cooking personality.

Can’t stay? No problem, pick up the perfect bottle of wine, they start at just Rp. 300,000, for any occasion.

Even though VIN+ has been around for a while, don’t think you’ve seen everything they have to offer. Every month, they highlight a different region and wine variety. VIN+ Chefs even create a special menu that pairs and highlights the chosen wine. If you like what you’re drinking, take home a bottle or two with a special discount. There are also special monthly tasting events that move between the wine boutiques so everyone can enjoy a plethora of world-class wines.

Bali VIN

Enjoy amazing wine from around the world even when you’re on holiday in Bali. Photo courtesy of VIN+.

The Bali flagship

Get the same great quality and variety when you’re in Bali. VIN+ Seminyak is a restaurant, chilled out lounge, and retail space. VIN+ Seminyak Bali’s vast and comfortable dining area caters international and Indonesian cuisine, is open for lunch and dinner daily, and has held quite a few prestigious and yet unpretentious wine dinner events. Its larger-than-life bamboo architecture (built to look like a wine cask) is a beacon to those who want a to enjoy a one-of-a-kind experience on the Island of the Gods.

The private dining room, which is located next to the retail shop, is a perfect venue to hold your intimate private dinner or meeting, or pick the mezzanine space for a casual gathering. It is able to hold a 60-person catered dinner or a 120-guest standing cocktail party.

Photos by Gabriela Bhaskar.

This article was sponsored by VIN+ Wine and Beyond.


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