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A Fun New Cellar: Eclectic Mix

We are excited to present an exclusive opportunity to acquire selections from a remarkable and eclectic cellar, curated by one of our long-standing customers.

This collection showcases a treasure trove of Burgundy’s finest, featuring legendary domaines like Fourrier, Coche-Dury, and Armand Rousseau. It also includes offerings from the rising stars of the region, such as the innovative Yann Durieux.

Moreover, this cellar will also offer you a qualitative stop in Champagne with the famous Emmanuel Brochet as well as Egly-Ouriet with a Coteaux Champenois! To cap off this journey, you’ll make a swift passage across the Atlantic with Steve Kistler’s passion project in the Freestone-Occidental area of California with his 2017 Occidental Pinot Noir Cuvée Elizabeth Bodega Headlands.

Each bottle in this collection boasts impressive scores from critics. Given the rarity and demand for such exquisite wines, they are expected to be claimed swiftly. We urge you to act promptly to ensure their acquisition.

The provenance of these wines is impeccable, having been stored in a temperature-controlled environment, ensuring their quality and integrity.


If you wish to enhance your collection with these exceptional wines, please reach out to your dedicated account manager or click on the button below.

The Offer:
Offered subject to remaining unsold. Available in our Singapore cellars now.


2013 Domaine Bruno Clair Bonnes Mares
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 2,400/ case (inc GST $2,616)

“The 2013 Bonnes-Mares Grand Cru has a very well defined, mineral-driven bouquet that actually bears some similarities to the 2014. It is laconic at the moment, then delivers blackberry and bilberry scents, a touch of limestone. The palate is very well defined with blood orange and a touch of bay leaf infusing the black fruit. This is very complex, more than the Clos Saint Jacques with a slightly ferrous finish that is intriguing. This is a great wine, a superb and flattering Bonnes-Mares from Bruno Clair.”
95 Points Neal Martin

2013 Domaine Bruno Clair Chambertin-Clos de Bèze
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 2,400/ case (inc GST $2,616) 
“This is as cool and restrained as the Clos St. Jacques though the nose is a good deal spicier and more complex with its mélange of floral, pomegranate, tobacco and broad range of red berry fruit scents. There is a really beguiling mix of detail, tension, power and volume to the big-bodied flavors that possess plenty of supporting dry extract on the saline, austere and beautifully balanced finale. I very much like the length but note well that this is not going to be an especially good candidate for early consumption.”
94 Points Allen Meadows

2015 Domaine Armand Rousseau Père et Fils Clos de la Roche
1 case (x12) @ SGD$ 13,810/ case (inc GST $15,052.90) 
“The 2015 Clos de la Roche Grand Cru is excellent, opening in the glass with a complex bouquet of red and black cherry, plum preserve, grilled meat, dried ceps and espresso roast, framed by a judicious application of cedary oak (20% new). On the palate, the wine is full-bodied and firmly framed, with unusual depth and concentration for this cuvée, its ample chassis of tannins asserting itself on the firm finish.”
93+ Points William Kelley

2016 Domaine Georges Mugneret-Gibourg Nuits St. Georges 1er Cru Les Chaignots 
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 3,510/ case (inc GST $3,825.90)
“The 2016 Nuits-Saint-Georges 1er Cru Les Chaignots offers up a lovely bouquet of smoky cassis, wild berries, Asian spices, smoked meats and violets. On the palate, it’s medium to full-bodied, ample and layered, with a velvety attack and a lavish core of vibrant fruit that entirely cloaks the wine’s rich but fine-grained structuring tannins, concluding with a long and expansive finish.”
94 Points William Kelley

2017 Yann Durieux Les 1er Ponts
2 cases (x6) @ SGD$ 870/ case (inc GST $948.30) 

2018 Yann Durieux Bertrand Jeannot et Fils 
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 4,020/ case (inc GST $4,381.80)

2018 Yann Durieux Manon
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 1,210/ case (inc GST $1,318.90)

2018 Yann Durieux Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Nuits Les 1er Ponts
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 870/ case (inc GST $948.30) 

2019 Yann Durieux La Gouzotte
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 700/ case (inc GST $763) 

2018 Yann Durieux DH blanc
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 1,470/ case (inc GST $1,602.30)

2018 Domaine Rossignol Trapet Chambertin
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 2,320/ case (inc GST $2,528.80) 
“The 2018 Chambertin Grand Cru is initially understated on the nose, unfolding with brambly red fruit, undergrowth and just a light touch of morels. Very succinct with a kind of broody intensity – but maybe a touch of Brettanomyces? The palate is well balanced with a note of sour cherry and wild strawberry on the entry. Fine precision, moderate depth, though it is not the most profound Chambertin this year. Lovely edginess on the elegant finish, give this 4-5 years in bottle. Excellent.”
96 Points Neal Martin

2019 Domaine Fourrier Gevrey-Chambertin Vieille Vigne
2 cases (x6) @ SGD$ 1,210/ case (inc GST $1,318.90) 
“This too is notably ripe but fresh with a brooding nose of various wild dark berries, warm earth and pretty floral nuances. There is again excellent energy and tension to the intense, precise and muscular flavors that display outstanding complexity and sneaky good length. This offers unusually good quality for a Gevrey villages plus it is a wine that should amply repay up to a decade of cellaring.”
90/92 Points Allen Meadows – ‘Outstanding’

2017 Henri Boillot Meursault 1er Cru Les Perrières
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 4,050/ case (inc GST $4,414.50)
“There is a suggestion of mandarin orange adding breadth to the acacia blossom and mineral reduction-suffused nose. I very much like the intensity, richness and volume of the medium-bodied flavors that are stony to the point of seeming as though you’re rolling small pebbles around your mouth, all wrapped in a citrusy and wonderfully persistent finish where a touch of wood slowly emerges. This is seriously impressive.”
95 Points Allen Meadows – ‘Don’t miss! Outstanding’

2018 Coche-Dury Bourgogne Blanc
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 2,570/ case (inc GST $2,801.30) 
“Pretty aromas are comprised by spiced apple compote and citrus confit. The delicious, intense and solidly dense middle weight flavors exude a bracing salinity on the beautifully complex and lingering finish. This is a terrific Bourgogne and absolutely recommended.”
89 Points Allen Meadows – ‘Outstanding’

2018 Thierry Pillot Meursault 1er Cru Les Poruzots
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 1,710/ case (inc GST $1,863.90) 
No score

2020 Domaine Bachelet-Monnot Puligny-Montrachet
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 620/ case (inc GST $675.80)
“A markedly more floral-suffused nose offers up notes of fresh white orchard fruit and subtle spice wisps. The delicious, racy and finer medium-bodied flavors possess slightly better depth along with much better persistence. Worth considering.”
89/91 Points Allen Meadows – ‘Outstanding’

2013 Emmanuel Brochet Champagne Millesime Selectionne Extra Brut
2 cases (x6) @ SGD$ 3,170/ case (inc GST $3,455.30) 
No Score

2017 Egly-Ouriet Coteaux Champenois Cuvée des Grands Côtés Vieilles Vignes Rouge Ambonnay
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 1,890/ case (inc GST $2,060.10) 
“Francis Egly’s 2017 Ambonnay Rouge Cuvée des Grands Côtés Vieilles Vignes is a superb young wine, soaring from the glass with a captivating bouquet of rose petals, raw cocoa, orange rind and raspberries, framed by a deft application of classy new oak. On the palate, the wine is medium to full-bodied, velvety and enveloping, with exquisitely refined tannins, racy acids and a long, pungently floral finish. This cuvée hails from a parcel of old vines in the heart of Ambonnay, where the soils are a little deeper and the slope is exposed due south. Egly performs a severe green harvest to strictly limit already-low yields and keeps temperatures comparatively low during the long maceration. The resulting wine is matured for some 20 months in barrels from Egly’s friend, Dominique Laurent.”
94 Points William Kelley

2017 Occidental Pinot Noir Cuvée Elizabeth Bodega Headlands
1 case (x6) @ SGD$ 1,440/ case (inc GST $1,569.60) 
“One of my favorites in the lineup (but we are splitting hairs), the 2017 Pinot Noir Bodega Headlands Vineyard Cuvee Elizabeth comes from the estate vineyard located around the estate, lying at 400 to 750 feet in elevation. Mostly potential at this point, its dense purple hue is followed by incredibly pure notes of black raspberries, mulberries, pine forest, spring flowers, and an almost iodine/seaside-like salinity and minerality. Medium to full-bodied, with bright acidity, it’s an energetic, racy yet brilliantly balanced, lengthy Pinot Noir that’s going to benefit from 2-3 years of bottle age and keep for a decade. This is another thrilling wine from Steve Kistler and family.”
97 Points Jeb Dunnuck


Terms & Conditions
Offer ends on Friday 26th April 2024 l No further discount l Immediate payment required l Delivery fees ($32.72) waived for purchases above $500 before GST excluding airports | Cancellation of orders not allowed l Orders to be collected/delivered within 3 months upon stock availability l Offered Ex-Singapore & subject to remaining unsold​

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