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Menu with Bespoke 6 Course Wine Pairing
Oyster, Broccoli Flower, Ortie.
2013 Cuvee Florine (en Magnum, Chardonnay)
Smoked Foie Gras, French Eel, Roasted Buckwheat, Sorrel Sorbet.
2013 Charmois du Paradis (en Magnum, Chardonnay)
Braised Octopus, Grilled Onion Salad, Roasted Hazelnut, Basil.
2013 Les Chalasses Marnes Bleues (en Magnum, Savagnin)
Pan Seared Salmon, Red Cabbage, Sage & Strawberry.
2013 Cuvee de l’Enfant Terrible (en Magnum, Poulsard)
Milk Veal, braised Celeriac with Achillee , with Raw Celery, Pickled Celery,
Veal Jus, Roasted Almond, Achillee Syrup.
2013 Julien en Billat (en Magnum, Pinot Noir)
2006 Cuvee de Garde (Chardonnay+Savagnin, oxidative)
WATCH OUT! WEA have always wanted to plan this tasting and finally it has come to fruition. Come join us right in TOWN for some lovely white Burgundies (all from the great 2014 vintage) accompanied by delectable cheese and cold cuts. Wait, there’s more. There will be GREAT OFFERS for the White Burgundies on tasting too, perfect chance to load up for year end festivities.
This is a walk-around tasting, space is limited so do RSVP early. Bring your friends too, for a fun afternoon.
We will taste 2014 White Burgundies from:
- Hubert Lamy
- Antoine Jobard
- Laurent Roumier
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org!
Price: $30 nett per pax ($100 for Group of 4) *Cash payment on the spot*
Date: 7 Oct 2017 (Saturday)
Location: Praelum Wine Bistro, 4 Duxton Hill, Singapore 089590.
Savigny-les-Beaune. One of the most underrated village which makes tremendously charming Reds in the Cote de Beaune but always overshadowed by Volnay and Pommard. There are a total of 22 Premier Crus in this village, and one of the very best is undoubtedly Les Narbantons. Aside from Domaine Leroy, the next challenger to the throne of Les Narbantons is undoubtedly Mongeard-Mugneret.
“Whereas previously I felt that the general quality ought to be higher, more commensurate with their holdings, I found greater precision and terroir expression than in the past. I recommend reacquainting yourself with Mongeard-Mugneret just like I did this year.”
– Neal Martin, Wine Advocate.
Les Narbantons from Mongeard-Mugneret is certainly overlooked in their portfolio, especially when they produce a star-studded range of Vosne-Romanee Grand Crus. But the one which I find myself drinking the most is always this cuvee. Priced much lower than many villages wines, this proved to provide an amazing Quality/Price Ratio (QPR). The wine is always redolent of red cherries, summer flowers and soft, silky tannins. Wines you won’t hesitate to pop at a moment’s notice and perfect when heavier wines prove too much for recent hot weather.
“… the Mongeard family put together a very fine, representative range of 2014s and it was quite easy to see that this will be a very successful vintage for Vincent Mongeard and his team.”
– John Gilman, View from the Cellar.
2014 is a year where Vincent Mongeard really hit the home run. Tasting through the range, we can safely confirm this fact. Wines are in stock already and there are some halves as well for those who want instant gratification. For me I would wait 1-2 years before trying them but I guess 1-2 hours in the decanter will help too.
2014 Mongeard-Mugneret Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Les Narbantons
The 2014 Narbantons from Vincent Mongeard was raised in one third new oak and was showing very well at the time of my visit. The very fine bouquet wafts from the glass in a youthful blend of red and black cherries, gamebirds, coffee, woodsmoke, iron-like soil tones and cedar. On the palate the wine is deep, full-bodied and nicely sappy at the core, with fine soil inflection, suave tannins and impressive length and grip on the very promising finish. The inherent elegance of the vintage are very much in evidence in this excellent young example of Narbantons. JG92.
With the growing interest in the delightful wines of Beaujolais, WEA are pleased to conduct a specialized Masterclass featuring some top names in the region. As many have the misconception that Beaujolais can’t age and evolve, we have specially curated some prized bottles from the GREAT 2010 vintage to share with you. Aside from 3 different magnums, we will also surprise you with another even older vintage. This is a once in a lifetime chance to taste these wines which are very very hard to find in the market now. Our resident Mr. Wine will explain and host this masterclass.
This is a sit-down tasting, limited to 18 pax and comes with FOUR different artisanal cheese from who else, The Cheese Artisans
We will taste aged 2010 Bojos from:
- JEAN FOILLARD Morgon Cote du Py (magnum)
- Chateau des Jacques Morgon Cote du Py (magnum)
- Daniel Bouland Morgon Corcelette (magnum)
- A blind even more AGED Beaujolais.
Price: $75 nett per pax (payable upon invoice)
Date: 3 June 2017 (Saturday)
Location: The Cheese Artisans, 18 Greenwood Avenue, Hillcrest Park, S289212.