Let’s get the pricing out of the way first. At S$160, it’s certainly in the upper echelons of the pinot noir that I carry, but it’s not the most expensive. That title goes to Nick Glaetzer’s Glaetzer-Dixon La Judith Tasmania Pinot Noir 2013 at S$184 (A$220 downunder).
I say that it’s a relative bargain and that’s because the Pas de Nom retails in the US at US$125, and at today’s exchange rate that’s about S$173, so in Singapore this wine is selling at below it’s US price. That doesn’t happen with many US wines that I’ve seen for sale in Singapore.
Only 24 bottles allocated for Singapore by Jackson Family Wines, 18 left now. In stock and ready to go.
You might also like to try the following PENNER-ASH pinots:
2015 “Estate” – S$91 – James Suckling 90
2015 “Shea Vineyard” – S$91 – James Suckling 94