Wine's Most Exotic Addresses
Founded by Bagus Rai Budarsa in 1994, Hatten Wines is located near Bali’s arid northeast coast. Indonesia is overwhelmingly Muslim, and since 1990, it has outlawed any new alcohol-producing enterprises. But Budarsa had a successful rice-wine business prior to the ban, allowing him to continue making wine. The grapes used are Probolinggo Biru (possibly brought to Indonesia by the Dutch), the French grape Alphonse-Lavallée, and Belgia, a Muscat grape.
Photo by Manfred Gottschalk/Alamy