The Wine Lot is an importer and online retailer of fine quality wines at affordable prices, wine from California, Italy and New Zealand.

The Wine Lot is an importer and online retailer of wines that are primarily from California and Italy.
They work closely with wineries that range from small family owned artisan wineries to large-scale producers. The Wine Lot was founded by a couple who loves, enjoys wine and wants to share their passion with other wine lovers who also appreciate good quality wines.
Currently they have just brought in many exciting wine that is worth your while.
Silicon Valley Wine Company, producer of Jason-Stephens, has created a unique proprietary blend of Zinfandel and Syrah to create the new wine ONES and ZEROS. The label gives a sense of place with the wine grown in the southern tip of the Silicon Valley. The design depicts the high tech theme by incorporating binary code, the basis of all computer communications.

Tasting Notes

In this blend, of Zinfandel and Syrah, there are aromas of plum sauce, red velvet and mocha on the nose. On the palate there are notes of black licorice, candied cherries and cocoa powder. We suggest pairing this fruit-forward and jammy wine with a Meat Lover’s Pizza.

60% Zinfandel, 40% Syrah

Current Scores & Awards

Gold – SF Chronicle Wine Competition

Gold – TEXSOM 2019

Silver – Central Coast Wine Competition


From the Sabbadin brothers’ passion for winemaking, handed down in part from their father and numerous farmer relatives, comes Terre del Dogado, specializing in making the typical Veneto wines most representative of the historic wine production areas and all coming from the heart of their respective denominations.
Historical wine from the heart of the Valpolicella Denomination, obtained from Corvina, Corvinone & Rondinella grapes. It has characteristics of sobriety, elegance and authentic tradition.

Production Area: Hills of Marano di Valpolicella (Classical and historical area).

Soil: Calcareous-eocene terrain

Vinification: Produced with selected grapes situated in hill vineyards which are located at 200-350 mts above the level of sea on calcareous-eocene terrain in the heart of Valpolicella. Soft pressing, maceration and fermentation at controlled temperature. The wine remains in stainless steel and cement tanks for about two months before bottling.

Aspect: Intense ruby red, limpid, almost impenetrable.

Bouquet: Fruity and vinous, fresh, with hints of cherry, pepper and herbs.

Taste: Light bodied and dry , sapid and balanced with a typical bitter aftertaste.

Alcohol: 12,5% Vol

Pairings: This Valpolicella is ideal with first and second meat dishes, white and red meat, game, cold cuts, medium-aged and aged cheeses.


Vinosia Luciano Ercolino intends to look to the future of the Irpino Territory and wine, producing, in a modern and dynamic business environment and with respect for the environment, a recognizable and recognized sensory quality, through which spread the knowledge of the terroir among more demanding and sophisticated users of the main international markets, who are always fascinated by Italian grape nectars. In the stylistic number of the wines, which nevertheless daring in the innovations and in the oenological approach there has kept, in any case, the best tradition and an almost homemade character, the consumer will recognise the value of an only and inimitable mark, an emotional treasure coming from a millenary history.

Classics of Irpinia: Santandrea – Taurasi.

Wealth and power: Aglianico in its most classic and expressive version.


Fantastic aromas of dark fruits and walnut, sweet tobacco, dark tea and balsamic. Some oysters, too. Full body, powerful and rich. So much going on here.
“This DOCG’s Aglianico wines are famed for their larger-than-life personalities and full-bodied character. Like Aglianico del Vulture in Basilicata, Taurasi wines are considered the ‘Barolo of the south’ and have a great ability to age (some can reach 20 years). Despite their density, high levels of extract and tannin, they retain good linearity and finesse. This grape has a flair for giving wines flavors of raspberries, plums and dark cherries, as well as a smoky nuance evocative of a lit cigar, freshly ground coffee and new leather. As the wines mature, they can take on earthy, forest-floor and gamey notes. Although they can be drunk young, a little patience will smooth out the rough edges.” – Wine-Searcher
Historical and typical Venetian white wine produced in the classical Soave area in the province of Verona. Its own name “Soave” describes its graceful oenological personality.

Grapes: 70% Garganega, 30% Trebbiano

Yield per Hectare: 140 q/ha

Production Area: Soave (Classical and historical Soave area), Verona

Soil: Generally basaltic soils of Volcanic origin.

Vinification: Produced with selected grapes handly harvested, situated in hill vineyards in the heart of Soave area. The grape harvest occurs at the appropriate moment of the maturation, with the grape still rich of natural acidity and never overripe because in this case all the flavors would burn. Soft pressing and fermentation at controlled temperature. After series of natural decantations the wine is bottled with the cold-microfiltration technique to safeguard freshness, typicality and flavors.

Aspect: Bright straw yellow, limpid.

Bouquet: Fine, delicate and flowery bouquet, intense with hints of acacia flowers, apple, citrus and mineral aromas.

Taste: Dry and fresh taste, soft and superbly balanced, medium bodied, with a typical bitter aftertaste, persistent.

Alcohol: 12,5% Vol

Pairings: Ideal as aperitif, with appetizers, light meals and fish dishes, scallops, mussels and clams, bream baked in foil, seafood risotto; it goes well also with soft cheeses, such as robiola and mascarpone.


In the late 1980’s the New Zealand wine industry saw bumper crops and a fall in demand lead to several wine companies, both large and small go out of business. Many vineyards were pulling up their vines and the industry appeared to be on the brink of disaster.

Many would say you were crazy to start wine business at this time. Crazy or extremely passionate. Passion for wine is something Jill and Dayne Sherwood certainly don’t lack. In 1987 they planted 20 acres of vines on their Canterbury block and Sherwood Estate Wines was born.

This quintessential Kiwi “can-do” attitude and unwavering determination and dedication to what they do have shaped the company over the last 3 decades. Every aspect of the business from caring for vineyards and making the wine, to creating lasting relationships with customers and suppliers is managed with the personal touch of a family business. With this level of involvement at every step of the process they can ensure the highest standards are maintained.

Stoney Range Chardonnay
Abundant sunshine from this year has allowed the citrus fruit flavours to complement the light oak in a medium-bodied style, great with pork, seafood and of course chicken, or just with friends. 13% Alcohol.


Kiwi, lime and grapefruit, lemongrass, jasmine developed to remain intact for a long time.

Falanghina is an ancient Italian white-wine grape, reportedly of Greek origin. It is also said that Falanghina is the grape variety behind Falernian, the most famous wine of Roman antiquity and the inspiration for Falerno del Massico. There has been a renaissance of interest in Falanghina since the turn of the century, and there is now a movement to restore the reputation of this once-venerated grape.

Most Falanghina is grown in Campania, in southern Italy. The vines thrive in the porous volcanic soils around Mount Vesuvius and the warm Mediterranean climate. The berries are yellow skinned and coated with a thin layer of protective wax.

As a wine, Falanghina can have a slight pine scent, but is better known for its citrus-blossom aromas, in particular bitter orange. On the palate it typically shows classic apple and pear flavors, depending on where it is grown, with spicy or mineral notes.

Though it is increasingly fashionable, Falanghina isn’t yet planted much outside Campania. There is a little in Puglia and Abruzzo, but as yet no international production. Falanghina is often blended with other indigenous Italian varieties, or produced as a sweet passito wine, but varietal expressions of this interesting grape are becoming more popular.

At The Wine Lot, their philosophy is “We only import and sell what we enjoy”.
You can tell the Wine Lot is as passionate as the wine maker with the whole intention to bring you great quality wine at affordable prices in Singapore.


 The Wine Lot is currently offering below promotions to all wine lovers:

Gift Voucher

The Wine Lot is giving out $15 worth of gift voucher to their newsletter subscribers / online followers, which can be used for the next purchase at their online store.


The Wine Lot Rewards Club

Create an account to earn up to 12% store credits on any purchase made at their online store (store credits valid for 6 months).

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