Rosé

Rosé wines are produced in many regions around the world, each with their own unique style and flavor profile.


In California, rosé wines are made from a range of grape varieties, including Pinot Noir, Grenache, and Syrah. California rosé wines are known for their bright fruit flavors, crisp acidity, and refreshing finish.


In Australia, Shiraz rosé is the most popular style, known for its bold, spicy flavors, and notes of red fruit, citrus, and herbs. Grenache rosé is also popular in Australia, producing wines with bright fruit flavors and a crisp finish.


In South Africa, Pinotage is often used to produce rosé wines, known for their fruity aromas, crisp acidity, and hints of spice. Other popular grape varieties for South African rosé include Shiraz and Grenache.


In the United States, rosé wines from Oregon are known for their bright fruit flavors, crisp acidity, and delicate aromas. Pinot Noir is the most popular grape variety used to produce rosé in Oregon.


In Argentina, Malbec is used to produce a range of rosé wines, known for their vibrant fruit flavors, crisp acidity, and refreshing finish. These wines are perfect for warm weather and outdoor dining.


Rosé wines are produced in many regions around the world, each with their own unique style and flavor profile. From the bold flavors of Australian Shiraz rosé to the delicate aromas of Oregon Pinot Noir rosé, there is a rosé wine to suit every taste preference.



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Scotland 1 -
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From a deeply underrated distillery, this Allt-a-Bhainne bottled by the Stewart Whisky Company under their Stiùbhart Single Cask label is a glorious example of what happens when a cask is simply allowed to mature as it should. A natural cask strength of just 44.9% after 24 years makes it clear that this was maturing at an accelerated rate, losing a lot of alcohol and water but the phenolic oils that remain have led to an extremely concentrated whisky; a masterclass in bourbon-wood maturation.

Appearance: Showing a brilliant old-brass colour courtesy of the bourbon wood and that unique concentration through the ageing process.

Nose: this whisky jumps out of the glass with notes almost reminiscent of a great White Burgundy. Crushed river stones and struck flint alongside golden delicious apple and herbes de provence come across on the nose.

Palate: The palate is gentle as one would expect from the lower ABV but it is oily and viscous with a sensation of scented candle followed by sea salt, delicate earthy peat and a return of that golden delicious apple note.

Finish: Extremely long and gentle with the initial notes of crushed stones mingling with sea salt and stewed orchard fruit.

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Scotland 2 -
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SG$762.90
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Scotland 12 -
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SG$798.81
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Scotland 1 -
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SG$307.91
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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.

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Porto 1 92 (WA)
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SG$1,284.46
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Wine Advocate (92)

A stunning offering, this is the finest port yet tasted from Gould Campbell. Its saturated purple color is accompanied by aromas of chocolate, blackberry liqueur, smoke, and white flowers. Packed and stacked, with moderate sweetness, high tannin, and a formidable, backstrapping intensity, this impeccably made, rich 2000 will drink well between 2010-2030. A sleeper!
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Porto 3 87 (WA)
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SG$1,129.68
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Wine Advocate (87)

Coffee, black fruits, and graphite can be detected in the almost Pauillac-like nose of the dark purple-colored 2003 Gould Campbell Vintage Port. On the palate, this forward medium to full-bodied wine displays chocolate, tar, blackberry, molasses, and plum flavors in a slightly raw yet harmonious format. It has excellent depth, a friendly (if simple) nature, and will be approachable earlier than most top-echelon vintage ports. Projected maturity: 2010-2025. No known American importer.
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Porto 1 95 (VN)
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SG$1,470.63
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Vinous (95)

The 1994 Graham’s Vintage Port, which incidentally carries quite noticeable sediment, as there is no fining or filtration, is beginning to show a little bricking on the rim. The bouquet is very harmonious and welcoming, featuring aromas of mulberry, roasted chestnut, pressed rose petals, autumn leaves and a hint of liquorice. The nose is not powerful; rather, it displays a brooding intensity. The palate is medium-bodied with fine-grained tannin and lightly spiced with clove, pain d’épices and again, a scintilla of liquorice. Though it obviously has another 20 or 30 years in the tank, this mellow Graham’s is drinking beautifully now. Tasted at the Symington Tawny Port tasting at the Tower of London.
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England 3 -
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SG$677.33
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From the heart of England's celebrated wine country, Kent, comes the extraordinary Gusbourne English Rose 2022. Cultivated and nurtured on gently sloping vineyards, this artisan wine embodies the exceptional promise of English viticulture. The Gusbourne Estate, renowned for its meticulosity, commits to a single harvest for this rich rosé, guaranteeing purity and authenticity. The resulting vintage delivers a unique symphony of flavours, redolent with enchanting red fruits and delicate floral undertones.

The Gusbourne English Rose 2022 is crafted through the painstakingly precise traditional method, ensuring a memorable creamy texture and poised structure that eclipse expectation. With each pour, experience the captivating effervescence and impressive depth that has become Gusbourne's signature. Indulge in the beautiful ballet of textures and tastes that is the Gusbourne English Rose 2022, a truly epoch-defining wine from a visionary English winemaking estate.

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SG$121.52
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The flagship of the Kaiyo stable, the Signature has a delicate nose with vanilla, ripe dried fruit and hints of cherry, with a long lingering finish. Still showing the aromatic complexity and drying flourish of the mizunara oak so unique to the great single malts of Japan, it is far more accessible and tempered than most. A phenomenal introduction to the cask type and a superb value.
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Porto 4 -
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SG$19,047.23
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Indulge in the sublime elegance of Ramos Pinto, Vinces Very Old Tawny Port NV. Produced in Portugal's renowned Douro Valley region, this exquisite port is known for its nuanced complexities. A masterful blend creates a robust spectrum of flavours that evolves on your palate. Notes of dried fruits, toasted almonds, and spice intermingle to reveal an undercurrent of creamy caramel.

Founded in 1880 by Adriano Ramos Pinto, this winery's products reflect an irreplicable terroir. The Vinces Very Old Tawny Port NV is an embodiment of timeless sophistication; matured for an undisclosed period in oak casks, the wine acquires its characteristic tawny hue and unrivalled depth of taste. The discerning drinker will appreciate its exceptional balance and luxurious finish.

Offering elegance and complexity in a glass, the Ramos Pinto, Vinces Very Old Tawny Port NV is truly an exploration of traditional viniculture refined to a fine art.

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Cape South Coast 1 -
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SG$784.58
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Cape South Coast 1 -
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SG$401.56
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Cape South Coast 8 -
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SG$296.94
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Porto 1 -
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SG$995.43
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Discerning palates will revel in the Smith Woodhouse Lay & Wheeler Millenium 2000, a fortified wine of exemplary character. Produced in Portugal's esteemed Douro Valley, this Vintage Port incorporates the nuanced flavours that made 2000 a stellar year for wine enthusiasts. Unique to Smith Woodhouse, a respected producer steeped in tradition since 1784, is their harvesting of grapes from the higher-altitude vineyards of Douro, lending the Millenium 2000 its notable freshness and elegance.

Traditional foot-treading techniques further exude the rich flavours of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, and other native grape varieties, encapsulated in this alluring blend. Revel in the remarkable, dark-fruit intensity on the palate and the gracefully layered structure. With Smith Woodhouse Lay & Wheeler Millenium 2000, expect a sophisticated, prolonged finish that leaves a nostalgic aftertaste of the turning millennium. A timeless addition to any fine wine collection, capturing the essence of the epoch into one remarkable bottle.

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Porto 6 92 (VN)
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SG$752.23
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Vinous (92)

Good bright medium ruby. High-toned aromas of dark berries, licorice, spices, minerals and sexy oak. Broad and lush on the palate, showing an almost liqueur-like quality but also lovely vibrancy to its black raspberry and floral flavors. This very intense, elegant port finishes with nutty, supple tannins and excellent saline persistence. Has the depth and density to gain in complexity with extended bottle aging but it's not especially tough to taste even today.
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Scotland 1 -
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SG$308.00
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From a deeply underrated distillery, this Allt-a-Bhainne bottled by the Stewart Whisky Company under their Stiùbhart Single Cask label is a glorious example of what happens when a cask is simply allowed to mature as it should. A natural cask strength of just 44.9% after 24 years makes it clear that this was maturing at an accelerated rate, losing a lot of alcohol and water but the phenolic oils that remain have led to an extremely concentrated whisky; a masterclass in bourbon-wood maturation.

Appearance: Showing a brilliant old-brass colour courtesy of the bourbon wood and that unique concentration through the ageing process.

Nose: this whisky jumps out of the glass with notes almost reminiscent of a great White Burgundy. Crushed river stones and struck flint alongside golden delicious apple and herbes de provence come across on the nose.

Palate: The palate is gentle as one would expect from the lower ABV but it is oily and viscous with a sensation of scented candle followed by sea salt, delicate earthy peat and a return of that golden delicious apple note.

Finish: Extremely long and gentle with the initial notes of crushed stones mingling with sea salt and stewed orchard fruit.

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Scotland 2 -
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SG$668.00
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Scotland 12 -
In Bond
SG$701.00
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Scotland 1 -
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SG$256.00
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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.

More Info
Porto 1 92 (WA)
In Bond
SG$1,020.00
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Wine Advocate (92)

A stunning offering, this is the finest port yet tasted from Gould Campbell. Its saturated purple color is accompanied by aromas of chocolate, blackberry liqueur, smoke, and white flowers. Packed and stacked, with moderate sweetness, high tannin, and a formidable, backstrapping intensity, this impeccably made, rich 2000 will drink well between 2010-2030. A sleeper!
More Info
Porto 3 87 (WA)
In Bond
SG$878.00
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Wine Advocate (87)

Coffee, black fruits, and graphite can be detected in the almost Pauillac-like nose of the dark purple-colored 2003 Gould Campbell Vintage Port. On the palate, this forward medium to full-bodied wine displays chocolate, tar, blackberry, molasses, and plum flavors in a slightly raw yet harmonious format. It has excellent depth, a friendly (if simple) nature, and will be approachable earlier than most top-echelon vintage ports. Projected maturity: 2010-2025. No known American importer.
More Info
Porto 1 95 (VN)
In Bond
SG$1,270.00
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Vinous (95)

The 1994 Graham’s Vintage Port, which incidentally carries quite noticeable sediment, as there is no fining or filtration, is beginning to show a little bricking on the rim. The bouquet is very harmonious and welcoming, featuring aromas of mulberry, roasted chestnut, pressed rose petals, autumn leaves and a hint of liquorice. The nose is not powerful; rather, it displays a brooding intensity. The palate is medium-bodied with fine-grained tannin and lightly spiced with clove, pain d’épices and again, a scintilla of liquorice. Though it obviously has another 20 or 30 years in the tank, this mellow Graham’s is drinking beautifully now. Tasted at the Symington Tawny Port tasting at the Tower of London.
More Info
England 3 -
In Bond
SG$562.00
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From the heart of England's celebrated wine country, Kent, comes the extraordinary Gusbourne English Rose 2022. Cultivated and nurtured on gently sloping vineyards, this artisan wine embodies the exceptional promise of English viticulture. The Gusbourne Estate, renowned for its meticulosity, commits to a single harvest for this rich rosé, guaranteeing purity and authenticity. The resulting vintage delivers a unique symphony of flavours, redolent with enchanting red fruits and delicate floral undertones.

The Gusbourne English Rose 2022 is crafted through the painstakingly precise traditional method, ensuring a memorable creamy texture and poised structure that eclipse expectation. With each pour, experience the captivating effervescence and impressive depth that has become Gusbourne's signature. Indulge in the beautiful ballet of textures and tastes that is the Gusbourne English Rose 2022, a truly epoch-defining wine from a visionary English winemaking estate.

More Info
1 -
In Bond
SG$85.00
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The flagship of the Kaiyo stable, the Signature has a delicate nose with vanilla, ripe dried fruit and hints of cherry, with a long lingering finish. Still showing the aromatic complexity and drying flourish of the mizunara oak so unique to the great single malts of Japan, it is far more accessible and tempered than most. A phenomenal introduction to the cask type and a superb value.
More Info
Porto 4 -
In Bond
SG$17,460.00
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Indulge in the sublime elegance of Ramos Pinto, Vinces Very Old Tawny Port NV. Produced in Portugal's renowned Douro Valley region, this exquisite port is known for its nuanced complexities. A masterful blend creates a robust spectrum of flavours that evolves on your palate. Notes of dried fruits, toasted almonds, and spice intermingle to reveal an undercurrent of creamy caramel.

Founded in 1880 by Adriano Ramos Pinto, this winery's products reflect an irreplicable terroir. The Vinces Very Old Tawny Port NV is an embodiment of timeless sophistication; matured for an undisclosed period in oak casks, the wine acquires its characteristic tawny hue and unrivalled depth of taste. The discerning drinker will appreciate its exceptional balance and luxurious finish.

Offering elegance and complexity in a glass, the Ramos Pinto, Vinces Very Old Tawny Port NV is truly an exploration of traditional viniculture refined to a fine art.

More Info
Cape South Coast 1 -
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SG$601.00
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Cape South Coast 1 -
In Bond
SG$309.00
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Cape South Coast 8 -
In Bond
SG$215.00
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Porto 1 -
In Bond
SG$739.00
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Discerning palates will revel in the Smith Woodhouse Lay & Wheeler Millenium 2000, a fortified wine of exemplary character. Produced in Portugal's esteemed Douro Valley, this Vintage Port incorporates the nuanced flavours that made 2000 a stellar year for wine enthusiasts. Unique to Smith Woodhouse, a respected producer steeped in tradition since 1784, is their harvesting of grapes from the higher-altitude vineyards of Douro, lending the Millenium 2000 its notable freshness and elegance.

Traditional foot-treading techniques further exude the rich flavours of Touriga Nacional, Tinta Barroca, and other native grape varieties, encapsulated in this alluring blend. Revel in the remarkable, dark-fruit intensity on the palate and the gracefully layered structure. With Smith Woodhouse Lay & Wheeler Millenium 2000, expect a sophisticated, prolonged finish that leaves a nostalgic aftertaste of the turning millennium. A timeless addition to any fine wine collection, capturing the essence of the epoch into one remarkable bottle.

More Info
Porto 6 92 (VN)
In Bond
SG$603.00
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Vinous (92)

Good bright medium ruby. High-toned aromas of dark berries, licorice, spices, minerals and sexy oak. Broad and lush on the palate, showing an almost liqueur-like quality but also lovely vibrancy to its black raspberry and floral flavors. This very intense, elegant port finishes with nutty, supple tannins and excellent saline persistence. Has the depth and density to gain in complexity with extended bottle aging but it's not especially tough to taste even today.
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