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DECO's Own Selection and Special Bottling
Artistic and Unique Wines for your Cellar



Enjoy artistic and unique wines from DECO Selection and Special Bottlings!

We are extremely proud to launch DECO Selection - a range of wines from different wine regions, all bearing the DECO values: a bridge between your glass, our boutique wineries, and their terroir. The Selection is each named after works from classical Chinese literature.


Our Special Bottlings are bottled by wineries who we have been closing working with. The long term trust established with the wineries allow us to gain access to their best and rarest lots of wines. These bottlings, mostly exculsive, are inevitably avaliable in small lots of limited quantities; and each of them has its own story.


 

DECO Selection

2016 Graves Rouge, DECO Selection 1.0, Graves, Bordeaux

Price: $180

Grape: 46% Cabernet Sauvignon 36% Merlot 18% Cabernet Franc

Soil: clay sandy and gravel

Aging: 12 months in French oak barrel

 

 

 



Special Bottling for DECO

2013 Brut Nature, Blanc de Blancs, L'Or des Basses Ronces, Champagne Vincent Charlot, Mardeuil, Champagne

The only zero-dosage Champagne made by Vincent Charlot, exclusive for DECO globally.

Price: $580

Grape: Chardonnay

 

 

 

Cuvee MEOW, Crement d’Alsace AOC, Vignoble Klur

Price: $195

Grape: 50% Pinot Blanc, 50% Auxerrois Blanc

Tasting Note: Sparkling wine made of 50% Pinot Blanc / 50% Auxerrois Blanc, with traditional Champagne method. Fresh and rich on the nose. Green apples, flowers, and fresh creams. Fine bead of bubbles. Big impact on the palate, lots of extracts and flavors. Direct but persistent. Refreshing and food friendly. Made and bottled in Vignoble Klur, a biodynamic estate in Katzenthal, Alsace.

Cuvee Meow – The label “Katz” is the word for Cat in German, and hence the Cat on the label. Thus far, the “Cat labeled” Cremant d’Alsace is only available in Hong Kong and in Japan, where it is named “Cuvee Manekineko” (招財貓‎) and is featured in issue 35 of the famous Japanese wine comic Les Gouttes de Dieu《神之水滴》.