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The Real Drinkers Bordeaux Cellar - Part 1: Right Bank

Mature Bordeaux wines are rare and precious marvels in the world of fine wines. That is why we are always on the lookout for the best opportunities to secure these gems for our loyal clients! Today we are delighted to share with you PART 1 of the exceptional Bordeaux cellar that we recently acquired from one of our long-standing customers.

This collection features some of the most outstanding wines from the Right Bank, such as the 2001 Chateau La Conseillante, which is “overflowing with charm” (JA), the 2010 Chateau Clinet, which is “poised and confident” (JA) and the 2003 Chateau Beausejour Becot, which “deserves a round of applause” (NM). These are just a few examples of the gems that await you in this collection. If you are a serious Bordeaux drinker, you will not want to miss this chance!

These wines have been stored in a professional temperature-controlled cellar, ensuring their optimal condition and quality and are all priced very sharply.

If you are interested in any of these rare marvels, please contact your account manager or click on the “Shop now” button as soon as possible. We look forward to hearing from you!


The Offer:
Offered subject to remaining unsold. Immediately available from our Singapore cellars.

2001 Chateau Beausejour Becot 

1 case (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,680/ case (inc GST $1,814.40) 

“The 2001 Beau-Séjour Bécot was picked between 1 and 12 October. The nose has much more vigor and delineation compared to the 2000: vibrant black fruit, raspberry preserve, a touch of orange blossom and an undercurrent of mineralité that has been missing in older vintages up until now. The palate is medium-bodied with supple, lithe tannin and well judged acidity. It does not possess the complexity of later vintages but the texture is just lovely, rounded and soft, very harmonious towards the finish. Drink this fine Saint-Émilion now and over the next ten years.”

92 Points Neal Martin


2003 Chateau Beausejour Becot

2 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,440/ case (inc GST $1,555.20) 

“The 2003 Beau-Séjour Bécot was picked between 13 to 25 September. Now, I was quite surprised by the aromatics here since they are much fresher and more vital than I was expecting given the heat of that summer. Pretty red fruit laced with orange blossom, there is something almost Burgundy-like in personality. The palate is medium-bodied with fine tannin, surprisingly good acidity, a modicum of freshness with pretty red cherries and allspice towards the finish. It deserves a round of applause and comes recommended for the vintage.”

90 Points Neal Martin


2003 Chateau Canon La Gaffeliere 

2 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,680/ case (inc GST $1,814.40) 

“Lots of Asian soy, licorice and Christmas fruitcake notes intermingled with notions of red and black fruits and spice box emerge from this dark plum/garnet-colored (with just a bit of pink at the edge), medium to full-bodied, opulent, round, juicy, hedonistic 2003. Enjoy it over the next 4-5 years.”

90 Points Robert Parker


2010 Chateau Clinet 

2 cases (x12) OWC@ SGD $2,280/ case (inc GST $2,462.40) 

“The definition of poised and confident, this has pretty much consistently delivered since the very first taste during En Primeur. Deeply layered, textured, confident and powerful, both very Pomerol and very 2010. Coffee beans and bitter chocolate are the dominant flavours alongside cassis and blackberry autumnal berry fruits. Both gourmet and restrained. Just about ready to go but will hugely benefit from three to four hours in carafe first, and will further improve over the next few years, and indeed over the decades to come.”

97 Points Jane Anson


2001 Chateau Clos de Sarpe 

5 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $2,160/ case (inc GST $2,332.80) 

“From an underrated vintage (especially for the Right Bank), the 2001 Château Clos de Sarpe is a bigger, richer wine than the 1999 and has a rocking bouquet of blackcurrants, tobacco, chocolate, Asian spices, and a touch of white truffle and minty herbs. Youthfully colored, medium to full-bodied and both elegant and powerful, it’s drinking spectacularly well today yet has another two decades of longevity ahead of it.”

94 Points Jeb Dunnuck


2001 Chateau Gazin 

4 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $2,400/ case (inc GST $2,592) 

“A sleeper of the vintage, and possibly the finest Gazin I have ever tasted, the 2001 reveals the best integration of oak at this property in many years. An opaque plum/purple color is accompanied by a glorious bouquet of burning embers, roasted meats, espresso, and sweet plum and blackberry fruit. Richer and deeper than it appeared from barrel, with a tremendous finish, this full-bodied, impressive effort represents a breakthrough for Gazin. There are 6,000 cases of this 85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 5% Cabernet Franc blend. One of the more backward wines of the vintage. Anticipated maturity: 2009-2020+.”

94 Points Robert Parker


2003 Chateau Gazin

2 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,620/ case (inc GST $1,749.60) 

“Young and full-bodied with a dense plum/garnet color, the 2003 Gazin offers up sweet aromas of cedarwood, red and black fruits, and mocha. A strong Pomerol for the vintage, it is still exuberant and fresh although the finish becomes increasingly dry as well as astringent. Drink it up.”

87 Points Robert Parker


1998 Chateau La Conseillante

1 case (x12) OWC @ SGD $4,200/ case (inc GST $4,536) 

“The 1998 La Conseillante is another absolutely stellar example of this vintage. The wine delivers an utterly refined aromatic constellation of red and black raspberries, plums, gravelly soil tones, a nice touch of fresh herbs, cigar smoke, just a hint of tariness and a suave framing of nutty new oak. On the palate the wine is deep, pure and full, with a sappy core of fruit, lovely soil undertow, fine-grained tannins and a very long, complex and velvety finish. This is a tad more forward in personality than the Certan de May or Trotanoy right now, and if one has more than a few bottles in the cellar, it is hardly a crime to drink it today. However, my gut instinct is that it is still on the youngish side and it will be an even more complete glass of wine with another five years in the cellar. This is clearly a step up from the lovely wines made here in the 1989 and 1990 vintages.”

95 Points John Gilman 


2001 Chateau La Conseillante 

1 case (x12) OWC @ SGD $4,080/ case (inc GST $4,406.40) 

“I’ve had plenty of opportunity to taste this in 2017, including at the Pomerol masterclass at Decanter’s Fine Wine Encounter in March, and again in a vertical tasted at the château. Every time it has delivered, and then some. It’s just a beautiful wine, with silky-soft tannins and wonderful damson plum fruits edging into black truffles. It’s charming and fleshy, with touches of liquorice root and cinnamon spice. The 2001 vintage was ripe, but softer and more refined than 2000, and this overflows with charm. (Tasted from 75cl bottle)”

96 Points Jane Anson


2001 Chateau La Gaffeliere 

2 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,440/ case (inc GST $1,555.20) 

“The epitome of elegance and finesse, this delicate yet flavorful St.-Emilion offers a provocative display of sweet cherries, raspberries, and flowers in an aromatic as well as flavor profile that builds incrementally. The antithesis of a blockbuster, it is a subtle, pure 2001 to cellar for another 1-2 years, and enjoy over the following 12-13.”

90 Points Robert Parker


2003 Chateau La Gaffeliere

3 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,560/ case (inc GST $1,684.80) 

“A beautiful wine from proprietor Count Leo Malet De Roquefort, the 2003 La Gaffeliere was produced from yields of 30 hectoliters per hectare and the harvest occurred between September 19-27. The final blend was 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc. Beautifully fulfilling my predictions made eleven years ago, it is a broad, full-bodied, savory red displaying notes of fruitcake, unsmoked cigar tobacco, truffles, incense, black cherries and black currants. Fleshy and close to full maturity, but in no danger of falling apart, this beauty should drink well for another decade or longer.”

92 Points Robert Parker


2000 Chateau Clos Fourtet

2 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $3,000/ case (inc GST $3,240) 

“The first offering in what turned out to be a remarkable decade for this property, the 2000 Clos Fourtet was the finest wine produced here in many years, but it was subsequently eclipsed by the 2003, 2005, 2008, and 2009. The dense plum/purple-tinged 2000 exhibits notes of wet rocks, camphor, blackberries, and cassis. Full-bodied with tremendous density, it appears to have shed much of its tannin, and is through its adolescent stage. It should continue to evolve effortlessly for another decade.”

93 Points Robert Parker


2012 Chateau Clos Fourtet

5 cases (x12) OWC @ SGD $1,560/ case (inc GST $1,684.80) 

“The 2012 Clos Fourtet is deep, fleshy and quite seductive. Sweet red cherry, plum, dried flowers, sage and rosemary flesh out in a pretty, gracious Clos Fourtet that offers lovely balance to match its mid-weight, restrained personality. This is a lovely showing, and a wine that should drink well with minimal cellaring. The 2012 preserves lovely freshness, but it should also drink well with minimal cellaring. There is plenty to admire, that much is sure. The 2012 is 86% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Sauvignon and 4% Cabernet Franc that spent 18 months in French oak, 60% new.”

95 Points Antonio Galloni


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Offer ends on Wednesday 6th December 2023 l No further discount l Immediate payment required l Delivery fees ($32.40) 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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