Business-class passengers aboard Singapore Airlines can now appreciate the exquisite taste of Prelude “Grands Crus” from Taittinger. The artisan champagne maker is one of the remaining family-owned champagne houses in the world. The selected champagne is made with the first pressings of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes from the family’s vineyards. Along with the inclusion of the Grand Cru to the airline’s in-flight selection, the Singapore Airlines Wine Panel also welcomes British wine expert Oz Clarke who commends the new addition as “elegance in the glass” and “exclusivity in the air.” Around 194,000 bottles of champagne are consumed on Singapore Airlines flights annually including the Grand Cru Red Burgundy and two prestige cuvées, Dom Perignon and Krug Grand Cuvée.
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