Tiger Wines latest pricelist is attached. Please note that stock levels change daily.
Next airfreight is scheduled for March with wines expected to be ready for delivery in Singapore in week beginning 19 March. Last orders 12 March.
Check the link below to access the list.
What’s new on the list?
The full range of Hickinbotham Clarendon Vineyard for the 2015 vintage has been added. There’s a Silver Medal winning Riesling from Laurel Bank, and the 2017 releases from Two Tonne Tasmania are ready for pre-order. There’s also a couple of 2013s from Craiglee and a great Shiraz from Provenance in Geelong.
What’s not on the list but will be coming soon is a new and expanded range of Jackson Family Wines including very small quantities of La Jota and Mt Brave Cabernets from Napa Valley, and some new Oregon Pinots from Gran Moraine and Penner-Ash.
It’s probably timely to explain a little more about how Tiger Wines works.
Well, more like a wine club than a typical on-line retailer. Loyal clients get first look at wines that are in short supply and heavy demand. If I only get 6 bottles of that 99 point wine, then my best clients are going to get first chance to buy, and that means that if you are only a subscriber to the website, you’ll never see those wines. So…if you live in Singapore (I can only sell wines in Singapore) and are happy to get a direct email about once a week, then send an email to ‘tigerwines’…using the @singnet.com.sg address with PLEASE ADD in the subject. You can unsubscribe at any time and personal data is not shared with anybody.
I brought in a range of Oregon pinots in the second half of last year and they proved very popular. The Zena Crown Conifer sold out and the Slope, Sum and Penner-Ash Shea Vineyard were well received too.
I held off promoting the Penner-Ash “Estate” Pinot Noir as it didn’t have a rating at the same time as the others.
It does now, with 92 points from Wine Spectator (sorry, I don’t subscribe to their digital version so haven’t seen the actual words), 90 points from Decanter and 90 from James Suckling.
International ratings tend to be, shall we say, “less exuberant” than some of the Australian ones. Maybe that’s a good thing but they’re generally less entertaining too.
This wine sells for US$65 at cellar door (ie. S$85).