For more than 35 years, The Wine Advocate, and later RobertParker.com, has been the global leader and independent consumer’s guide to fine wine. The brand was established by world-famous Robert M. Parker, Jr., the only critic in any field to receive the highest Presidential honor from three countries – France, Italy and Spain. Robert Parker Wine Advocate provides a wealth of information to its subscribers, including a searchable database of more than 250,000 professional wine ratings and reviews plus articles, videos, daily news content, online retail availability and pricing, an active, professionally moderated bulletin board, a mobile app for easy access to the comprehensive online database of reviews, and much more.
"Joining hands with MICHELIN, the world’s greatest authority on fine dining, is not only a great honour but also marks the beginning of a whole new era of culinary criticism, where food and wine are reviewed not in isolation but as partners," commented Robert Parker Wine Advocate Editor-in-Chief, Lisa Perrotti-Brown MW. "The integrity and reputation of MICHELIN so beautifully match our principles and I am very excited about what we can achieve together in the future, to the ultimate benefit of both of our readerships and audiences."
Robert Parker Wine Advocate is especially delighted to be collaborating in delivering the MICHELIN Guide for Singapore, which will be the first MICHELIN Guide to be published in Southeast Asia.
The Singapore Tourism Board (STB) is a leading economic development agency in tourism, one of Singapore’s key service sectors. Known for partnership, innovation and excellence, STB champions tourism, making it a key economic driver for Singapore. We aim to differentiate and market Singapore as a must-visit destination offering a concentration of user-centric and enriching experiences through the “YourSingapore” brand.
“STB is excited to collaborate with Michelin and Robert Parker Wine Advocate for this internationally renowned guide. Singapore is well-known for a wonderfully diverse dining scene that ranges from popular Singapore traditional fare to celebrity restaurants. We are proud of Singapore’s eclectic dining scene and how it has evolved into the world-class dining destination it is today. The launch of Singapore’s very first edition of the MICHELIN guide will be a testament of our culinary journey. With the rising trend of food travel, the MICHELIN guide will help draw more visitors looking to savour the best of what we have to offer,” said Melissa Ow, Deputy Chief Executive, Singapore Tourism Board.