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Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Agrapart Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Terroirs Grand Cru NV (6x75cl)
Inc. GST: SG$620.07
NV

Agrapart Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Terroirs Grand Cru NV (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (94)

Agraparts’ NV Brut Blanc de Blancs Terroirs F13 is – as usual for this cuvee – sourced roughly half-each from two vintages (here, complementary 2009 and 2008); grown entirely in Avize, Cramant, Oger and Oiry; vinified roughly one-quarter in demi-muid; and aged one year longer sur latte than their “7 Crus.” Effusively sweet and musky floral perfume suggesting heliotrope, narcissus, and lily-of-the-valley along with sourdough-like, pungent yeastiness and malted grain are allied in the nose to intimations of chalk dust, sea breeze and white peach. Lusciously juicy, fresh white peach and grapefruit are threaded on the polished palate with piquant peach kernel, pungent suggestions of sprouting grains, chalk, and salt. The sense of tension and vivacity here managing to harmonize with textural richness and caress is quite remarkable, especially considering that we’re only on the second rung of Agrapart’s portfolio. The finish engages imagination, salivary glands, and olfactors in equally strong measure, a suggestion of chewing peach fuzz and germinating sprouts compounding the sheer invigoration conveyed by this sensational value. (And bear in mind that this tasting note was made from a bottle that had only been disgorged a week before!) Plan to follow it for at least 4-5 years. Pascal and Fabrice Agrapart farm 24 acres morsellated into more than 60 parcels the length of the Cote des Blancs, overwhelmingly planted with selections massales (principally of the family’s own, generations-long devising) rather than clones. Viticulture is clearly a meticulous concern, and while this estate doesn’t subscribe to any labels, it has a lot in common – including absence of herbicides or pesticides; generally minimalist cellar protocol; manual- and in some instances horse-plowing – with soil-conscious growers of officially organic or biodynamic persuasion. “It’s in warm, dry vintages with low acidity that you most see the effect of working the soil and making the roots go deep,” opines Pascal Agrapart, adding “I recently had a wonderful experience with a 1976 that was still full of vivacity.” Vinification is majority in tank for the two least expensive bottlings, but otherwise in old demi-muids in which primary fermentation is spontaneous and generally leisurely, with malo-lactic conversion initiated via a vinous starter to insure steady completion. Agrapart’s 2012 vins clairs and 2011 reserves, incidentally – wine isn’t assembled and bottled here until the end of the summer – were delightful and fascinating when tasted from barrel this June. There was noteworthy clarity, vibrancy and complexity to every wine I tasted here in June and thereafter, so it would have broken my heart not to be able to report on the non-vintage wines, but to do so, I must confess I’m walking close to the line of the conventions I established for my reports, because neither disgorgement dates nor lots are actually indicated on the label or bottle here, but rather on the top of the cork, with the months assigned consecutive capital letters, followed by the last two digits of the year in which the wine was disgorged. This means you’ll either need to buy and remove the cage from the first bottle or get some cooperation from your merchant if you want to know when the wine was disgorged (and as at other addresses, this won’t always be a reliable indicator as to the base wines in question, because Agraparts disgorge their “7 Crus” and “Terroirs” bottlings monthly).
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
9-11 months

Champagne 6x75cl 1 94 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$620.07
Agrapart Les 7 Crus Brut NV (6x75cl)
Inc. GST: SG$507.72
NV

Agrapart Les 7 Crus Brut NV (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (93)

Based on the 2019 vintage and disgorged in April 2022, Agrapart's NV Brut 7 Crus wafts from the glass with scents of crisp green apple, freshly baked bread, white flowers and buttery pastry. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and enveloping, it's an ample, incisive wine, with racy acids and a saline finish. When the range begins like this, you know you're in the presence of one of Champagne's greatest producers.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
9-11 months

Champagne 6x75cl 4 93 (WA) Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$507.72
Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Limited Edition Extremely Rare 18YO x Azuma Makoto (1x70cl)
Inc. GST: SG$363.25
NV

Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Limited Edition Extremely Rare 18YO x Azuma Makoto (1x70cl)
Nose: Rich, rounded and sweet with dried fruit and complex floral notes such as geranium, jasmine and narcissus.
Palate: A silky balance of honey, malt and a host of flowers including tuberose, sweet pea and honeysuckle. Rich figs and dates emerge with a hint of wood smoke in the background.
Finish: Long and enticing with the sweetness of dried fruit and subtle dryness of Oloroso nuttiness.

A superb rendering of Glenmorangie's elegant Highland spirit in a gloriously whimsical, yet sophisticated presentation. The flowers adorning the case and label eloquently capture the profile of the whisky and give one of the great classics of world whisky the flair it deserves.

Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
3-4 months

Scotland 1x70cl 1 - Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$363.25
Gosset Grande Reserve Brut NV (6x75cl)
Inc. GST: SG$371.85
NV

Gosset Grande Reserve Brut NV (6x75cl)

Decanter (93)

Gosset is the oldest house in Champagne, and is a favourite among wine trade insiders. This non-vintage cuvée is redolent with the aromas of mellow red apple fruit. It has beautifully subtle autolysis on the palate, with creamy apple and plum flavours, and a great precision at the same time.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
4-5 months

Champagne 6x75cl 12 93 (DC) Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$371.85
Henri Giraud Ay Grand Cru Fut de Chene MV16 Brut NV (6x75cl)
Inc. GST: SG$1,420.45
NV

Henri Giraud Ay Grand Cru Fut de Chene MV16 Brut NV (6x75cl)

Vinous (97)

The MV 16 is bright, fresh and airy and yet has the natural richness of Aÿ that Giraud fans have come to expect. Apricot, tangerine oil, nutmeg, cinnamon, chamomile and dried flowers all meld together in a creamy, ample Champagne that hits all the right notes. A Champagne of towering presence, the MV 16 is classy, understated and undeniably alluring. It is also one of the most impressive Champagnes I have ever tasted from Claude Giraud. Even in the early going, the 70% new oak is so well-integrated. This set of new releases is full of highlights, but the MV 16 is especially fine. Don't miss it! Dosage is 6 grams per liter. Disgorged: December 11, 2020.
Estimated Arrival to Singapore:
3-4 months

Champagne 6x75cl 1 97 (VN) Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$1,420.45
Le Pin Pomerol Trilogie L16.17.18 NV (3x150cl)
Inc. GST: SG$4,874.32
NV

Le Pin Pomerol Trilogie L16.17.18 NV (3x150cl) Trilogie is a secretive project that Château Le Pin has been pursuing for a number of years. Produced in only miniscule amounts, the current edition is a blend of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Château Le Pin - all excellent vintages, and available at a fraction of the price of a regular Le Pin!
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
3-4 months

Bordeaux 3x150cl 1 - Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$4,874.32
Louis Roederer Collection 242 Brut NV (6x75cl)
Inc. GST: SG$485.27
NV

Louis Roederer Collection 242 Brut NV (6x75cl)

Decanter (97)

Softly shimmering straw gold, green tints, with a delicate filigree dancing at will around the glass. The nose is gently authoritative; spring flowers garlanding stone fruit, a hint of hawthorn maybe, then lemongrass. The palate has encyclopaedic depth, the intricacies of the Perpetual Reserve weaving their early magic; almond, sloe, gingerbread and apples; the finish has a pleasing twist of bitterness, courtesy the small percentage of oak-aged reserve wine. Maybe the dosage can come down even further, such is the engaging and subtle complexity harnessed elsewhere?
In Stock in Hong Kong SAR China

Champagne 6x75cl 2 97 (DC) Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$485.27
Louis Roederer Collection 243 Brut NV (6x75cl)
Inc. GST: SG$427.47
NV

Louis Roederer Collection 243 Brut NV (6x75cl)

James Suckling (94)

Dried-lemon, apricot, green-apple, salted-almond, walnut and light caramel notes. Vinous and layered, with small and tight bubbles. Excellent focus and intensity. Based on 2018, with reserve wines going back to 2009. Dosage 8g/L. Drink now.
Estimated Arrival to Hong Kong SAR China:
12-14 weeks

Champagne 6x75cl 16 94 (JS) Read Review/Description Inc. GST: SG$427.47
Year Wine Region Format Qty Score Price Wishlist
Agrapart Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Terroirs Grand Cru NV (6x75cl)
In Bond: SG$530.00
NV

Agrapart Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Terroirs Grand Cru NV (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (94)

Agraparts’ NV Brut Blanc de Blancs Terroirs F13 is – as usual for this cuvee – sourced roughly half-each from two vintages (here, complementary 2009 and 2008); grown entirely in Avize, Cramant, Oger and Oiry; vinified roughly one-quarter in demi-muid; and aged one year longer sur latte than their “7 Crus.” Effusively sweet and musky floral perfume suggesting heliotrope, narcissus, and lily-of-the-valley along with sourdough-like, pungent yeastiness and malted grain are allied in the nose to intimations of chalk dust, sea breeze and white peach. Lusciously juicy, fresh white peach and grapefruit are threaded on the polished palate with piquant peach kernel, pungent suggestions of sprouting grains, chalk, and salt. The sense of tension and vivacity here managing to harmonize with textural richness and caress is quite remarkable, especially considering that we’re only on the second rung of Agrapart’s portfolio. The finish engages imagination, salivary glands, and olfactors in equally strong measure, a suggestion of chewing peach fuzz and germinating sprouts compounding the sheer invigoration conveyed by this sensational value. (And bear in mind that this tasting note was made from a bottle that had only been disgorged a week before!) Plan to follow it for at least 4-5 years. Pascal and Fabrice Agrapart farm 24 acres morsellated into more than 60 parcels the length of the Cote des Blancs, overwhelmingly planted with selections massales (principally of the family’s own, generations-long devising) rather than clones. Viticulture is clearly a meticulous concern, and while this estate doesn’t subscribe to any labels, it has a lot in common – including absence of herbicides or pesticides; generally minimalist cellar protocol; manual- and in some instances horse-plowing – with soil-conscious growers of officially organic or biodynamic persuasion. “It’s in warm, dry vintages with low acidity that you most see the effect of working the soil and making the roots go deep,” opines Pascal Agrapart, adding “I recently had a wonderful experience with a 1976 that was still full of vivacity.” Vinification is majority in tank for the two least expensive bottlings, but otherwise in old demi-muids in which primary fermentation is spontaneous and generally leisurely, with malo-lactic conversion initiated via a vinous starter to insure steady completion. Agrapart’s 2012 vins clairs and 2011 reserves, incidentally – wine isn’t assembled and bottled here until the end of the summer – were delightful and fascinating when tasted from barrel this June. There was noteworthy clarity, vibrancy and complexity to every wine I tasted here in June and thereafter, so it would have broken my heart not to be able to report on the non-vintage wines, but to do so, I must confess I’m walking close to the line of the conventions I established for my reports, because neither disgorgement dates nor lots are actually indicated on the label or bottle here, but rather on the top of the cork, with the months assigned consecutive capital letters, followed by the last two digits of the year in which the wine was disgorged. This means you’ll either need to buy and remove the cage from the first bottle or get some cooperation from your merchant if you want to know when the wine was disgorged (and as at other addresses, this won’t always be a reliable indicator as to the base wines in question, because Agraparts disgorge their “7 Crus” and “Terroirs” bottlings monthly).
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
9-11 months

Champagne 6x75cl 1 94 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$530.00
Agrapart Les 7 Crus Brut NV (6x75cl)
In Bond: SG$425.00
NV

Agrapart Les 7 Crus Brut NV (6x75cl)

Wine Advocate (93)

Based on the 2019 vintage and disgorged in April 2022, Agrapart's NV Brut 7 Crus wafts from the glass with scents of crisp green apple, freshly baked bread, white flowers and buttery pastry. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and enveloping, it's an ample, incisive wine, with racy acids and a saline finish. When the range begins like this, you know you're in the presence of one of Champagne's greatest producers.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
9-11 months

Champagne 6x75cl 4 93 (WA) Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$425.00
Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Limited Edition Extremely Rare 18YO x Azuma Makoto (1x70cl)
In Bond: SG$313.00
NV

Glenmorangie Highland Single Malt Limited Edition Extremely Rare 18YO x Azuma Makoto (1x70cl)
Nose: Rich, rounded and sweet with dried fruit and complex floral notes such as geranium, jasmine and narcissus.
Palate: A silky balance of honey, malt and a host of flowers including tuberose, sweet pea and honeysuckle. Rich figs and dates emerge with a hint of wood smoke in the background.
Finish: Long and enticing with the sweetness of dried fruit and subtle dryness of Oloroso nuttiness.

A superb rendering of Glenmorangie's elegant Highland spirit in a gloriously whimsical, yet sophisticated presentation. The flowers adorning the case and label eloquently capture the profile of the whisky and give one of the great classics of world whisky the flair it deserves.

Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
3-4 months

Scotland 1x70cl 1 - Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$313.00
Gosset Grande Reserve Brut NV (6x75cl)
In Bond: SG$300.00
NV

Gosset Grande Reserve Brut NV (6x75cl)

Decanter (93)

Gosset is the oldest house in Champagne, and is a favourite among wine trade insiders. This non-vintage cuvée is redolent with the aromas of mellow red apple fruit. It has beautifully subtle autolysis on the palate, with creamy apple and plum flavours, and a great precision at the same time.
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
4-5 months

Champagne 6x75cl 12 93 (DC) Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$300.00
Henri Giraud Ay Grand Cru Fut de Chene MV16 Brut NV (6x75cl)
In Bond: SG$1,280.00
NV

Henri Giraud Ay Grand Cru Fut de Chene MV16 Brut NV (6x75cl)

Vinous (97)

The MV 16 is bright, fresh and airy and yet has the natural richness of Aÿ that Giraud fans have come to expect. Apricot, tangerine oil, nutmeg, cinnamon, chamomile and dried flowers all meld together in a creamy, ample Champagne that hits all the right notes. A Champagne of towering presence, the MV 16 is classy, understated and undeniably alluring. It is also one of the most impressive Champagnes I have ever tasted from Claude Giraud. Even in the early going, the 70% new oak is so well-integrated. This set of new releases is full of highlights, but the MV 16 is especially fine. Don't miss it! Dosage is 6 grams per liter. Disgorged: December 11, 2020.
Estimated Arrival to Singapore:
3-4 months

Champagne 6x75cl 1 97 (VN) Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$1,280.00
Le Pin Pomerol Trilogie L16.17.18 NV (3x150cl)
In Bond: SG$4,500.00
NV

Le Pin Pomerol Trilogie L16.17.18 NV (3x150cl) Trilogie is a secretive project that Château Le Pin has been pursuing for a number of years. Produced in only miniscule amounts, the current edition is a blend of the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Château Le Pin - all excellent vintages, and available at a fraction of the price of a regular Le Pin!
Estimated Arrival to United Kingdom:
3-4 months

Bordeaux 3x150cl 1 - Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$4,500.00
Louis Roederer Collection 242 Brut NV (6x75cl)
In Bond: SG$406.00
NV

Louis Roederer Collection 242 Brut NV (6x75cl)

Decanter (97)

Softly shimmering straw gold, green tints, with a delicate filigree dancing at will around the glass. The nose is gently authoritative; spring flowers garlanding stone fruit, a hint of hawthorn maybe, then lemongrass. The palate has encyclopaedic depth, the intricacies of the Perpetual Reserve weaving their early magic; almond, sloe, gingerbread and apples; the finish has a pleasing twist of bitterness, courtesy the small percentage of oak-aged reserve wine. Maybe the dosage can come down even further, such is the engaging and subtle complexity harnessed elsewhere?
In Stock in Hong Kong SAR China

Champagne 6x75cl 2 97 (DC) Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$406.00
Louis Roederer Collection 243 Brut NV (6x75cl)
In Bond: SG$350.00
NV

Louis Roederer Collection 243 Brut NV (6x75cl)

James Suckling (94)

Dried-lemon, apricot, green-apple, salted-almond, walnut and light caramel notes. Vinous and layered, with small and tight bubbles. Excellent focus and intensity. Based on 2018, with reserve wines going back to 2009. Dosage 8g/L. Drink now.
Estimated Arrival to Hong Kong SAR China:
12-14 weeks

Champagne 6x75cl 16 94 (JS) Read Review/Description In Bond: SG$350.00

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