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  • champagne jacquart bottle 750ml Brut Mosaique

    Champagne Jacquart Brut Mosaique NV 1500ml

    $138.00

    Tasting Note:
    Satin pale yellow with golden nuances and jade highlights. Fine bubbles herald a fresh and fairly rich Champagne. Flowery scents of honeyed, honeysuckle petals, fruit aromas of crushed pear, candied lemon and peach, and soft, creamy notes with biscuit and fresh bread crust unfurl on first pour. Fleshy, fruit-driven weight develops on the palate which is forthright, ethereal and generous.

    Wine Rating: 92/100

  • Champagne Jacquart Brut Mosaique NV 375ml

    $42.00

    Leave the ordinary Young Champagne house rooted in the passion and human values that drives wine growers. Contemporary style Champagnes bring people closer together, for those simple moments of happiness and for special occasions. READ: Champagne Jacquart returns to the Singapore market

  • Champagne Jacquart Rose 750ml bottle

    Champagne Jacquart Rose Mosaique NV 750ml

    $85.00

    Tasting Note:
    Smell of fruit notes on first pour, strawberries, bush peach and kumquats. Dense, lush, fleshy red and black fruits develop on the palate, A slender finish underpinned by iodine-like perfumes delivers savoury freshness.

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    Charles Heidsieck Transatlantic Bucket

    $10.00

    A 100% aluminum bucket.

    • External face printed in Charles‘ grey.
    • Internal face in aluminum.
    • Brass medallion engraved with the Charles Heidsieck monogram.
  • Chateau Doisy Vedrines 1999 750ml White

    $150.00

    Tasting Note:
    Tasted at the Doisy-Védrines vertical at the château, the 1999 Château Doisy-Védrines is a noticeably deeper color and is almost identical in appearance to the 1990! It has a deep and less refined nose than more recent vintages with touches of marmalade, orange-blossom and apricot. It is a little oxidative, but nothing that detracts from the overall quality. The palate is medium-bodied with notes of mandarin, orange peel and pineapple, although it perhaps lacks some complexity on the finish with barley sugar and Clementine lingering on the aftertaste. Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, September, 2008.

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    Chateau Lafite-Rothschild 1950 750ml Red

    $4,000.00
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    Chateau Mouton Rothschild 1990 3000ml Red

    $4,670.00
  • Cheval Noir Bordeaux 2012 750ml White

    $37.30

    Tasting Note:
    This white Bordeaux is made from a very fine selection of Sauvignon. Cold maceration and sur lie aging makes this a fat, well-rounded wine. A fruity wine with citrus notes and very fine length.

  • Cheval Noir Bordeaux 2016 750ml White

    $37.30

    Tasting Note:
    A white Bordeaux from selected Sauvignon grapes. Cold maceration, with the time spent on the lees giving it all rich mouth feel and a long finish. Fruit driven, but balanced by fresh citrus notes.

  • Cheval Noir St Emilion 2016 375ml Red

    $27.50
  • Churchill’s Reserve Port NV 200ml

    $19.50
  • Churchill’s Reserve Port NV 750ml

    $47.50
  • de Trafford Chenin Blanc 2016 750ml White

    $55.00

    Tasting Note

    Bright, medium yellow colour. Beeswax and ripe lemon nose with hints of spice and dried apricot. Rich, expressive palate with a full creamy texture and complex flavours that linger on for some time.

  • de Trafford Shiraz 393 2009 750ml Red

    $110.00

    Tasting Note:
    It has a vivacious, opulent bouquet of cassis, redcurrant jus and fresh fig that is well defined and opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with liquorice-infused black fruit and a touch of spice and sage towards the heady finish. It has a vivacious, opulent bouquet of cassis, redcurrant jus and fresh fig that is well defined and opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with liquorice-infused black fruit and a touch of spice and sage towards the heady finish.

    Wine Critics
    ‘Loaded with blackberry, boysenberry and raspberry pâte de fruit flavors, this boasts accents of melted black licorice snap and roasted apple wood, delivering a long, charcoal-framed finish. Features range, depth and serious grip. Rock-solid and vivacious. Best from 2014 through 2022. 42 cases imported.’ – Wine Spectator (June 2013), 95/100

    ‘08 & previous listed as ‘Shiraz’. Natural balance best describes this vineyard, which includes full ripeness, but 09 offers more: espresso & smoky wiffs, Provençal herbs, the dark fruit’s freshness a counterpoint to the supple tannins. Slightly less concentration than seminal 08 (5*).’ – Platter’s SA Wine Guide 2012, 4.5*

    ‘The 2009 Syrah 393 is raised 50% in finely grained new French oak for 20 months. It has a vivacious, opulent bouquet of cassis, redcurrant jus and fresh fig that is well defined and opens nicely in the glass. The palate is medium-bodied with liquorice-infused black fruit and a touch of spice and sage towards the heady finish. This is an opulent, well-crafted, modern style of South African Syrah. Another set of superb wines from one of Stellenbosch’s finest exponents: David Trafford (see also Sijnn.) These were mainly very well crafted, expressive of both varietal and place and should merit cellaring.’ – Neal Martin, Wine Advocate (December 2012), 91/100

  • de Trafford Shiraz 393 2010 750ml Red

    $110.00

    Wedged between the Stellenbosch and Helderberg mountains, situated on the beautiful Mont Fleur farm, is the boutique De Trafford winery. The Trafford family purchased the land in 1976 and a small vineyard was in place by 1983. Known for their powerful reds with graceful ageing properties, the iconic 393 Syrah is a selection of the…

  • de Trafford Vin de Paille 1998 375ml White

    $120.00

    Tasting Note
    The palate is incredibly concentrated with a welcome dryness from the acidity and oak tannins. Long, lingering finish.
    Attractive deep yellow colour. Intense aroma of honey, apricot, nuts and citrus nose.

    This wine is a dessert all on its own – a real treat after the meal. Delicious with biscotti and various nuts. Try with carrot cake on a wintery afternoon. Compliments foie-gras and good pates beautifully.

  • Delamain Extra NV 700ml

    $520.00

    Brilliant amber-topaz with a wonderful soft golden clarity. Bouquet: power of the perfumes, length of the fragrance. Palate: Fullness, deep maturity, mellowness. Intense and complex fruitiness.

    98 Points, The Wine Enthusiast

  • Delamain Extra NV 700ml with 2 Crystal Glasses

    $550.00

    Brilliant amber-topaz with a wonderful soft golden clarity. Bouquet: power of the perfumes, length of the fragrance. Palate: Fullness, deep maturity, mellowness. Intense and complex fruitiness.

    98 Points, The Wine Enthusiast

  • Delamain Pale & Dry X.O. NV 200ml

    $50.00

    X.O stands for Extra Old, a blend of 20-25 year old Cognac that are blended together then aged in bottle for another 2 years. Graceful on the palate with, mellowness, roundness, age, and floral scents lingering aftertaste of vanilla (rancio). Easily enjoyable for beginners and connoisseurs.

    95 Points, The Wine Enthusiast

  • Delamain Pale & Dry X.O. NV 50ml

    $12.80

    X.O stands for Extra Old, a blend of 20-25 year old Cognac that are blended together then aged in bottle for another 2 years. Graceful on the palate with, mellowness, roundness, age, and floral scents lingering aftertaste of vanilla (rancio). Easily enjoyable for beginners and connoisseurs.

    95 Points, The Wine Enthusiast