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Wine Delivery Malaysia

Wine delivery in Malaysia is gaining popularity as more Malaysians seem to enjoy the convenience of it and also the better prices and promotions that online sellers offer throughout the year, with even bigger discounts during festive seasons. And when it comes to festivities, multicultural Malaysia is blessed with quite a number of celebrations, spread all year-long. Not to mention major deals one can often find on 11.11 and so on. 


Two other reasons why online wine delivery service is preferred

1. Reviews & Comparison

Even if you buy wine at a retail store, you won’t be able to sample it. But when you buy online, you have reviews from past customers which will give you a more genuine indication of how favourable a particular wine is, instead of the seller just trying to push a product at the store itself. You can also google for a particular wine label if you need more convincing, then purchase from that online store with the attractive price. 


Online wine delivery stores, such as Bliss Box World, have a well-organized site that lets you search by brands, appellation, and grape varietal. Versus a physical retail shop, when you shop online for wine everything is laid out on your 13” or 5” screen and not spread 20x10 feet wide. 



With delivery services such as MrSpeedy, Lalamove and the likes, you can pick your wine of choice and start savouring a glass within an hour or two, depending on your location. I do that quite often, especially after a long day WFH, I will usually start browsing online for a wine, early in the evening and by dinner time, the delivery guy is already outside my house. 


Long before the prevalence of wine delivery services, I had to hustle my way through heavy after office-hour traffic, locate a decent wine shop, go a few rounds to find for parking, pay for parking at times, or double park with anxiety, walk to the premise, browse through the various wine selection, and rely on my instinct to select one before paying for it. Then drive back home…. 


Popular Wines Among Malaysians

Cinzano Bianco

Imported from Italy, this is a light yellow vermouth with a fragrant, full-bodied and delicate aroma, Cinzano Bianco is sweet and extremely versatile. It can be enjoyed straight as an apéritif or as an ingredient in a cocktail, and is best served chilled.  


Cinzano Rosso 

Created in Torino, Cinzano Rosso is the original of Cinzano’s vermouth portfolio. Its amber colour reflects the product’s rich infusion of herbs and spices, while representing its prestige and quality. It is the perfect ingredient for cocktails thanks to its delicate, yet persistent aftertaste and can be served neat or with a splash of soda. 



Cinzano Prosecco

Fresh, fizzy and fruity, with flavours reminiscent of apple and pear. It has a sweet scent and a soft touch in the mouth and as such, it is perfect as an aperitivo, or for blending in cocktails such as the Aperol Spritz. 


Martini Rosso

When Luigi Rossi blended local botanicals to craft this scarlet-hued vermouth, he created an indisputable icon. While the exact recipe remains a closely guarded secret, this sweet vermouth’s intensely herbal character is the result of blending carefully chosen wines with a complex selection of Italian herbs, including sage, savory and dittany, and bitter-sweet exotic woods.


Martini Bianco

Dubbed the ‘Bianchissimo’, or the whitest, for the vanilla flowers at its heart, MARTINI Bianco’s blend of herbs, flowers and white wines such as Trebbiano creates a bright, complex flavour. Transforming MARTINI Bianco into a long drink, ice-cold tonic water softens the sweet vanilla notes of the white vermouth for a crisper, cleaner finish. 


Tio Pepe Fino Sherry

A crisp, fresh and uncompromisingly dry Fino. Served chilled, straight from the fridge, Tio Pepe is fantastic with food. It has a natural affinity with fish 
and is perfectly suited to tapas-style 
dishes such as ham, chorizo, olives 
and Manchego cheese.


Gonzalez Byass Leonor Palo Cortado Sherry

This is a beautiful Palo Cortado sherry from Gonzalez Byass. Produced from Amontillado sherry, the liquid ages for 12 years before bottling to give a lightly sweet and nutty wine. On the palate powerful and intense with toasted notes yet smooth and silky. Due to its power and structure this wine is perfect with mature cheeses and gamey meats such as venison. Serve chilled.


Harveys Bristol Cream

Launched in 1882, and granted the Royal Warrant shortly after, Bristol Cream is crafted from a delicate blend of Jerez’s finest wines; delicate finos, aged amontillados, fragrant olorosos and the special Pedro Ximenez grape providing a silky, mellow smoothness. Known for its deep golden chestnutty and amber tones, the nose is full, fragrant, pungent and elegant all at once.


Cockburn's Special Reserve

Founded in 1815 by brothers Robert and John Cockburn who were wine merchants in Leith near Edinburgh, during which time it earned a reputation for quality vintage port. Serve this Cockburn’s Special Reserve Port at room temperature, or slightly chilled (this can be particularly enjoyable Malaysia’s humid climate.) 


Jacob's Creek Moscato Blanc

Fresh and light to finish, yet a lovely balanced sweetness carries tropical notes to your palate. An engaging aroma of flowers, musk and perfume with a hint of tropical fruits. A mouth-filling wine with well-rounded citrus flavours and a touch of guava. Perfectly paired with a summer fruit trifle or to drink with friends before a night out.



The Goodness of Wine

Drinking an occasional glass of red wine is good for you, says research. Wine provides antioxidants, may promote longevity, and can help protect against heart disease and harmful inflammation, among other pros. Between the both, red wine has higher levels of antioxidants than white wine. There are many varieties of red wine, the most common of which are Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Shiraz etc.


#1. Plenty of antioxidants

Certain red wines are enriched with powerful antioxidants. Darker grapes are higher in antioxidants like resveratrol, epicatechin, catechin, and proanthocyanidins. Of these, resveratrol and proanthocyanidins are mainly responsible for keeping you healthy.


#2. Reduces bad cholesterol

Red wines have shown to lower the bad cholesterol in your system. The high-fiber Tempranillo red grapes, used to make certain varieties of red wines such as Rioja, is better known for it. 


#3. Healthy heart

Not only does it regulate the cholesterol levels, but also keeps the heart healthy. Polyphenols, a certain type of antioxidants present in red wines prevent unwanted clotting by keeping the blood vessels flexible. However, it should be remembered that heavy drinking damages the heart.


#4. Regulates blood sugar

The natural compound found in grape skin called Resveratrol, controls blood sugar levels. Based on research, subjects who took 250mg of resveratrol supplements once daily for three months had lower glucose levels in blood than those who did not. Resveratrol also regulates cholesterol levels and systolic blood pressure.


#5. Lowers risk of cancer

Like everything else, moderation is key. Regular and moderate consumption of red wine has proven to minimise the risks of certain types of cancers such as basal cell, colon, prostate carcinoma, etc. When scientists used a dose of resveratrol on human cancer cells, they discovered that it obstructs the key action of a cancer aiding protein.


 #6. Aids common cold

Red wines contain antioxidants that treat common cold. Antioxidants protects cells against the harmful effects of free radicals which have a strong role to play in cold, cancer and other illnesses.


#7. Shaper memory 

Research suggest that the resveratrol present in red wines inhibit the formation of beta-amyloid protein, a key ingredient in Alzheimer’s.


#8. Slimmer body

Resveratrol also helps maintain your weight. Piceatannol (the chemical compound converted from resveratrol) reduces the fat cells in our body. Piceatannol fastens the insulin receptors of fat cells which hampers the pathways required for immature fat cells to blossom.


#9. Lowers risk of depression

Based on a study carried out on middle aged to elderly people, findings revealed that drinking moderate amounts of alcohol daily keeps away depression. Apparently, folks who consume red wine are less likely to be depressed than people who don’t.


#10. Better digestive system

Red wines contain natural antibacterial properties that can treat stomach irritation and other digestive problems. 



If you are getting into or have already been enjoying it, remember health professionals’ advice is to always practise moderation. You want to savour the flavours and appreciate the character of the wine, and not just focus on getting tipsy/high, which will happen naturally. 

As one of the leading online wine merchants from Malaysia, Bliss Box Malaysia offers wine delivery service with a plethora of wine varieties from around the world to choose from, and at good bargains. Do have a look to see what you fancy!