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Wine Dinner featuring Zonin Wines

11th September 2019 | 7:00pm
Wine Clique
Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

Jean-Luc Colombo Wine Dinner

28th August 2019 | 7:30pm
Wine Clique
DB Bistro Oyster Bar

Chateau Prieure Lichine Wine Dinner

27th September 2019 | 7:00pm
Wine Clique
Gaston

Paul Jaboulet Aine Wine Dinner

13th June 2019 | 7:00pm
Wine Clique
Terrace at POLLEN

Join us on 13th June for a wine dinner event as we taste together a great line-up of Paul Jaboulet wines including the legendary Hermitage La Chapelle back vintages such as 2006 and 1988! Paul Jaboulet Aîné has become one of the benchmarks in the Northern Rhône and the crown jewel of the Rhone Valley. All thanks to their iconic Hermitage La Chapelle which made a massive breakthrough in its 1961 vintage that up to this date holds a perfect 100 points by The Wine Advocate and predicted to be most likely a 100-year wine. 

La Chapelle is made purely from Syrah by blending grapes from the best terroirs in the appellation (Méal, Maisons Blanches, Bessards, Diognieres, La Croix and Rocoules.)  Also serving in this dinner is the Hermitage Blanc le Chevalier de Stérimberg, La Maison Bleue" (formerly La Petite Chapelle), and Crozes-Hermitage, Domaine de Thablabert, the first-ever vineyard owned by Paul Jaboulet acquired in 1834. It also holds the distinction as the oldest vineyard of the appellation and considered to be the benchmark of Crozes-Hermitages with the ability to age for decades.

Joining us in this dinner is their Regional Director for Asia-Pacific, Ms. Gwenaele Chesnais.

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Dal Forno Romano Wine Dinner

30th May | Thursday| 7:00pm
Wine Clique & Cut by Wolfgang Puck
Cut by Wolfgang Puck

Italy's great monster wines, the world-class Dal Forno Romano will be showcased once again in a Wine Dinner event happening on 30th May at Cut by Wolfgang Puck.

The dinner will feature the true hedonistic expression of Venetos's ancient grape through the different vintages of Amarone della Valpolicella and  Valpolicella Superiore produced from  the “Val d’Illasi” (Valley of Illasi), a valley to the east of Verona consists of vines planted to traditional indigenous varieties of Corvina, Corvinone, Rondinella, Oseleta, and Croatina. Its patriarch, Romano Dal Forno is known as Veneto’s ‘Grape King’ and also one of the kings of Amarone because of the excellent wines her produced since its first vintage in 1983.

The dinner will also feature the latest 2012 released of Valpolicella Superiore which is rated 94 points by famous wine critique, James Suckling.