Natural wines are no longer trendy. Instead, the dramatic shift towards this historic style of winemaking has become a mainstay in the wine industry, becoming a category that drinkers actively look for on menus, and that vinters seek to adopt. There are a growing number of bars in Singapore that focus on natural wines already, but another one has joined the fray in the form of Drunken Farmer.
Instead of having a flagship outlet, Drunken Farmer is a travelling pop-up experience that will begin at Tiong Bahru Bakery Safari before moving on to other locations. 90 labels of natural vino will dot the Drunken Farmer wine list, encompassing reds, whites, orange and sparkling wines. Beyond just drinking, visitors to Drunken Farmer will also get a chance to get educated on the process behind natural, organic and biodynamic winemaking.
“”Natural wines are full of life and ever-changing. On a good drinking day, there’s nothing quite like it”. “
“Natural wines are full of life and ever-changing,” said Philippe Chin, the operations and wine manager of Drunken Farmer. “On a good drinking day, there’s nothing quite like it”. We have to agree.
Currently slated to run for three months, Drunken Farmer will announce new locations on its Instagram account should they move. The bar officially begins on 29 March, and will open every Wednesday to Sunday thereafter, from 6pm to 11pm.