Masters of Wines and Spirits returns to Singapore
DFS’s annual Masters of Wines and Spirits event will return to Singapore at the end of this month.
The eighth annual running of the event – at Changi Airport on March 23 and 24 – will showcase a curation of 140 of the rarest and finest whiskies, wines, Cognacs and Champagne from around the world.
It will feature collectable items such as the oldest whisky ever released by The Macallan, The Macallan 72 Year Old in Lalique, The Genesis Decanter; a set of three extremely rare vintages, The Chateau Lafite Rothschild Double Magnum Collection; and a unique Port Ellen’s 39 Year Old release.
The collection will also be showcased and celebrated at Changi Airport through a series of activations at Terminals 2 and 3 until the end of April.
This year’s edition explores the theme of Masters at Work with six masters across a spectrum of backgrounds, including Brooke Supernaw of DFS as Master of Curation, Ewan Gunn of Diageo as Master of Whisky, Sarah Burgess of The Macallan as Master of Malt, Fabrice Papin of Chateau Lafite Rothschild as Master of Wine, Hidetsugu Ueno of Bar High Five as Master of Cocktails and DJ Arthur Bray as Master of Music.
Guests will be taken on an interactive and immersive journey through activations and experiences that explore each brand’s heritage, designed to ignite the senses.
Masters of Wines and Spirits is part of the DFS Masters Series, which showcase experiences across its five pillars of luxury: wines and spirits, beauty and fragrances, watches and jewellery, fashion and accessories; and food and gifts.