- Antoine Jobard (Meursault)
- Bachelet-Monnot (Maranges)
- Ballot-Millot (Meursault)
- Bernard Moreau (Chassagne-Montrachet)
- Berthaut-Gerbet (Fixin)
- Caroline Morey (Chassagne-Montrachet)
- David Duband (Chevannes)
- Duroche (Gevrey-Chambertin)
- Guffens-Heynen (Macon)
- Hubert Lamy (St Aubin)
- Jean Fournier (Marsannay)
- Moreau-Naudet (Chablis)
- Pierre-Yves Colin-Morey (Chassagne-Montrachet)
- Alexandre Filaine (Damery)
- Antoine Bouvet (Mareuil-sur-Ay)
- Bereche et Fils (Craon de Ludes)
- Frederic Savart (Ecueil)
- Mouzon-Leroux (Verzy)
- R. Pouillon et Fils (Mareuil-sur-Ay)
- Suenen (Cramant)
- Anne-Sophie Dubois (Fleurie)
- Antoine Sunier (Regnie)
- Clos de la Roilette (Fleurie)
- Daniel Bouland (Morgon)
- Georges Descombes (Morgon)
- Marc Delienne (Fleurie)
- Mee Godard (Morgon)
- Richard Rottiers (Moulin-a-Vent)
- Barge (Cote-Rotie)
- Chapelle St Theodoric (Chateauneuf)
- Dumien-Serrette (Cornas)
- Franck Balthazar (Cornas)
- Jasmin (Cote-Rotie)
- Jean-Michel Gerin (Cote-Rotie)
- Nicolas Champagneux (Cote-Rotie)
- Rouchier (St Joseph)
- Domaine de Galouchey
- Antoine Sanzay (Saumur)
- Domaine de la Butte (Bourgueil)
- Domaine de la Chevalerie (Bourgueil)
- Benoit Courault (Anjou)
- Chateau de Bonnezeaux (Anjou)
- La Ferme de la Sansonniere (Anjou)
- Les Vignes Herbel (Anjou)
- Michel Autran (Vouvray)
- Taille aux Loups (Montlouis)
Our Beaujolais wine dinner has been fully subscribed so WEA decided to do one more event – because you guys requested it!!!
Domaine Mee Godard, Korean descent but adopted as a baby to France, started her first vintage in 2013 and in no time has garnered huge ratings and admiration for her wines. She works with organic methods in Morgon and will present a horizontal of her 2016 vintage from Grand Cras to Cote du Py to her special Passerelle 577!
Marc Delienne, was a Fintech boss but the allure of a life in the vines made him sell the company and started making wines from the 2015 vintage. Wines are organic and biodynamic and made with low amount of sulfur. Based in Fleurie, he will present his new cuvee from St Amour along with a mini-vertical
This time round we are hosting this walkabout tasting at LE BON FUNK, the city’s hottest spot for GREAT WINES. Come join us as we present SIX different Bojos for tasting with the two winegrowers in attendance to answer all your questions. Yummy bites from chef Keirin Buck will be served. Interested to know how is the new wave in Beaujolais developing? Interested to know why they are making Natural Wines? Come on down. Bring your friends along for a lower rate. Hit reply now!
The place is small so limited slots available, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Price: $55++ per pax for groups of 4 or more (otherwise $60++ per pax) payable on the spot. Small bites included!
Date: 4 Dec 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 6-8pm (come anytime in between)
Location: Le Bon Funk, 29 Club St, Singapore 069414.
#1 2017 Marc Delienne St Amour “A la Folie” (New Cuvee rated WA91!)
#2 2016 Marc Delienne Fleurie “Greta Carbo”
#3 2017 Marc Delienne Fleurie “Greta Carbo” (Rated WA92)
#4 2016 Mee Godard Morgon Grand Cras
#5 2016 Mee Godard Morgon Cote du Py
#6 2016 Mee Godard Morgon Passerelle 577 (Top Cuvee)
BOOMMMMMM!!!!!!!!!! As the leader of championing Beaujolais here, it’s high time WEA bring Beaujolais here to you. Two of our biggest and best-selling Bojo growers will be here for a ONE NIGHT ONLY dinner with their TOP CUVEES!!!
Domaine Mee Godard, Korean descent but adopted as a baby to France, started her first vintage in 2013 and in no time has garnered huge ratings and admiration for her wines. She is based in Morgon and will present a vertical of her special cuvee Morgon Passerelle 577 – a special parcel of vines in the Cote du Py climat. Very rare vertical especially from her first vintage onwards!
“Simply a must-have domaine if your tastes even vaguely resemble mine – I would take anything here!” – Bill Nanson, Burgundy Report.
Marc Delienne, was a Fintech boss but the allure of a life in the vines made him sell the company and started making wines from the 2015 vintage. Wines are organic and biodynamic and made with low amount of sulfur. Based in Fleurie, he will present a vertical of his top cuvee Abbaye Road and the Singapore premiere of his new special cuvee bottled only in magnum – Vigne des Fous from the steepest slope of Fleurie. Oh we will also start with his rare Beaujolais Rose as an aperitif.
“He produced his inaugural vintage in 2015, and his two cuvées are very impressive indeed.” – William Kelley, Wine Advocate.
This time round we are hosting the dinner with our partner Cicheti. The term Cicheti fosters the idea of traditional everyday impromptu meals into an inviting ‘high-street-food’ concept to reflect the mouthwatering diversity of Italy’s foodscape. The chef will be coming out with a special menu to pair specially with these exquisite Beaujolais wines.
We will be presenting EIGHT different Beaujolais wines from the two growers and all of them are special top cuvees. This is a very rare chance to try some of these wines, especially the older vintages which come directly from Domaine. This is the chance for you to understand and be awed by how great Bojo is now.
Only 15 seats available, RSVP to email@example.com!
5 Course Menu and Crazy 8 Wines List
Canapes (Start 6.30pm onwards)
Bruschetta – Bocconcini – Caponata
#1 2017 Marc Delienne Le Petit Amis Rose (Beaujolais Rose!)
Assorted Premium AntiPasti
Pappardelle Pasta with Lamb Sugo
#2 2015 Marc Delienne Fleurie “Abbaye Road” (Top Cuvee)
#3 2016 Marc Delienne Fleurie “Abbaye Road” (Top Cuvee)
#4 2017 Marc Delienne Fleurie “Vigne des Fous” (New Cuvee!)
Tagliata di Manzo – Black Angus Beef
#5 2013 Mee Godard Morgon Passerelle 577 (Top Cuvee)
#6 2014 Mee Godard Morgon Passerelle 577 (Top Cuvee)
#7 2016 Mee Godard Morgon Passerelle 577 (Top Cuvee)
Assorted Italian Hand-crafted Cheese
#8 2015 Mee Godard Morgon Passerelle 577 (Top Cuvee)
Tasting with Frederic Savart in his Domaine in the little hamlet of Ecueil is nothing short of breathtaking. WEA always start with tasting the vin clairs and then the new releases (and some rarities).
Papa Daniel often makes a guest appearance too.There will be several upcoming cuvees from the new negoce arm which will only see the light of the day in a few year’s time. The duo 2014 vintage cuvees of Le Mont Benoit (finally available in mags) and Le Mont des Chretiens (finally available in bots) are truly exceptional this year, with slightly more quantities to fulfill everyone’s needs. The wines are engaging and vinous, and absolutely charming with the right balance of linearity and generosity. Oh and a 2008 tasted blind was such a delight, showing hints of secondary evolution and complexity. This year’s release will also include some late disgorged jeroboams of 2010 L’Annee (the first jeros I’ve seen from the Domaine) and some late disgorgements of 2013 L’Annee. Oh and the celebrated Expression cuvee finally makes a reappearance in the 2014 vintage.
Don’t miss this highly sought-after unicorn. The 2018/19 Singapore allocations are out now and will land soon. Enquire for details!