Are you new to world of premium fine wines?

Do you find opening a bottle is too wasteful for one person?

Do you miss discussing wines with your friends?

Would you like to have your own mini blind tasting?


2016 Domaine Leflaive Chevalier Montrachet Grand Cru ($1380)

2016 Henri Boillot Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru Clos De La Mouchere ($260)

2016 Verget Puligny Montrachet 1er Cru ‘Sous le Puits’ ($160)

2016 Domaine Philippe Colin Chassagne Montrachet 1er Cru En Remilly ($170)

2016 Vincent Girardin Pouilly Fuisse Les Vieilles Vignes ($70)


1) The brilliance of 2016 Burgundy

As Jancis Robinson reported “2016 is a seriously delicious vintage…and is tantalisingly rare.”


2) Leflaive Grand Crus are a must try!
Domaine Leflaive produces some of Burgundy’s most sought-after white wines and every Chardonnay lover must try a Leflaive once in their life time.

It has been described as Burgundy’s greatest white wine domaine, and while this is a pretty strong claim, their 2016 Chevalier Montrachet is a justifiable one!

“This is a definite ‘wow’ wine.”  Allen Meadows 97pts

“A broad, powerful style, which retains a sense of elegance” Wine Spectator 96pts

“The Chevalier is the king of the Leflaive’s cellar in 2016” Decanter Magazine 95pts

“Fruit is pure, racy lifted with some of the ethereal qualities” Jasper Morris, MW 97 pts

“Stylish oak and amazing palate length” Tim Atkin, MW 98 pts


3) Clos de la Mouchere hasn’t been replanted since WWII

 The vines are almost 80 years old with some dating even before the Second World War and its entirely owned by Henri Boillot. It is located inside the famous Premier Cru Perrières vineyard of Puligny Montrachet where this magical wine in a blind tasting, it is able to knockout a Grand cru anytime.


4) Verget is an underdog wine maker to watch out for!

Parker called Verget his top 3 producers in Burgundy…
Andrew Jefford says Verget can easily rival with a Corton Charlemagne or Batard Montrachet!

We have done many blind tasting of Verget’s Pouilly Fuisse’s wines and it has defeated Leflaive village level wines and other Premier Cru wines everytime.
Verget might emerge as a WINNER in this blind tasting….again!


5) Philip Colin En Remilly A Grand Cru Alike?
Philippe’s 0.5 acre En Remilly Premier Cru vineyard lies just above Le Montrachet Grand Cru bordering Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru Vineyards.
This is the oldest plots with vines at around 80-90 years old that could also win Grand Cru in a blind tasting. This is going to be a great match up!

Why spend $2000+ on these 5 bottles when you can taste it at a fraction of the price!

Rare & Vintage Burgundies Are Expensive…
Why buy a bottle of wine when you can taste one first!

Enjoy a taste of the outdoors with some great sake that will make you forget that you’re still indoors.


Take this opportunity and put your blind tasting to the test! Win a Grassl Cru worth $69 and a bottle of Jean Dauvissat 1er Cru Fourchaumes!


Tune in to our exciting blind tasting live show and discuss about the wines together on our Facebook page. Prizes to be won every week.

If you are not able to join us, not to worry, you can watch our recorded broadcast anytime!


Each wine of 35ml will be pack in a glass container and you will also receive a set of written tasting notes. You can self collect at our shop at CT Hub 2 or delivery can be arranged on  7 Aug (Sat) 11am – 2pm.

Date: 7 Aug (Sat)

Early Bird Price: $115 ($135)
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This Is One Tasting You Should Not Miss.

No Where In Singapore Would You Be Able
To Taste A Leflaive Grand Cru At This Price


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