Highlights SG40 Fine & Rare Wines Auction

We are proud to present an exquisite collection of Domaine de la Romanée-Conti at our upcoming auction. From full cases to single bottles, this is your chance to acquire some of the most coveted and esteemed wines in the world. Romanée-Conti, La Tâche, Richebourg, Romanée Saint-Vivant, Échézeaux and Grands-Échézeaux are all featured in our 40th Singapore auction on Sunday 14th of May 2023.


Navarra 'Vitral de Otazu' by Carlos Cruz Diez 2013
Bodega Otazu, Otazu

The project Vitral de Otazu represents the beginning of a commitment, a thirty-year collaboration between Bodega Otazu and Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez. The artist has designed 30 different artworks called Cromointerferencia Otazu. Each of these pieces will go along with one of the 30 vintages of Vitral, from the first in 2013 and to the last in 2042. In this extraordinary project the experience of wine and art are transcended.

With a limited production of 1,800 bottles per year, the project extends over 30 years. Separated from the case, the Cromointerferencias can, with a special system of magnets, be mounted on the wall following a pattern conceived by the Venezuelan Master. After 30 years, the result is a 2.10 m x 1.80 m work composed of the 30 individual Cromointerferencias.

The bottle as a whole, as well as its box, create a spectacular proposal that makes it one of the most exclusive and beautiful wine editions currently on the market. Both the bottle and its boxes were designed by the Maestro and are signed, numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity.

Bodega Otazu’s Vitral wine is a high-quality blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, and Tempranillo, produced in the Navarra region of Spain. The Bodega is one of the 17 Spanish wineries which were given the highest certification and recognition in Spain – Pago Appellation of Origin – guaranteeing the selection as well as the unique and outstanding personality of each of its wines.

Femme de Champagne' Brut Grand Cru Millesime 1996
Duval-Leroy, Vertus

Established in 1859 as a partnership between Edouard Leroy and Jules Duval, Champagne Duval-Leroy is now in its sixth generation of family ownership. It is one of a few Champagne houses that is still entirely family-owned.

First produced in 1990, this house’s tête de cuvée is a very fine and feminine champagne, a close cooperation between Carol Duval-Leroy and her winemaker Sandrine Logette-Jardin. It is a blend of 85 percent Chardonnay and 15 percent Pinot Noir, grown exclusively from Grand Cru sites. It is only produced in the best vintages and ages for a minimum of 10 years before release.

Meursault 'Porusots' 1er Cru 2019
Domaine des Comtes Lafon, Meursault

In Meursault, there is one estate that stands out among its peers, both for the quality of its production and for the worldwide fame that ensues: the Domaine des Comtes Lafon. Born at the end of the 19th century on the initiative of Jules Lafon, a wealthy wine lover, the house is now run by his great-grandson, Dominique Lafon, with the greatest respect for family traditions, and covers thirteen appellations. Viticulture, which for a long time tended to preserve the environment, has been officially certified “organic” since 1998, coupled with the essential principles of biodynamics.

Acquired in 2011, the 1er Cru Porusots is an east-facing vineyard with deep clay soils. The site produces lavish, layered and deeply structured wines which can already be appreciated in their youth, but will especially gain in harmony after a few years of cellaring.

Château Angelus 2000
Saint-Émilion, 1er Grand Cru Classé B

Formerly known as Château L’Angélus (until 1990), this Château is located near the town of St-Emilion, on the right bank of the Bordeaux region. Its well-placed vines – the majority of which are Merlot and Cabernet Franc – grow in a natural amphitheatre of sandy limestone and clay. This unique terroir helps to impart its rich, complex character but is also credited for naming the estate. The name Angélus is derived from the land’s acoustics where the Angélus bells of three different local churches can be heard ringing simultaneously.

The 2000 Château Angélus is a blend of 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Franc. The wine is aged for 18 to 22 months in new French oak barrels, which impart a rich, complex flavor and aroma to the wine. This great millennial vintage is one of the greatest Angélus made to date.