The fifth edition of DFS Masters of Wines and Spirits, possibly one of the most decadent displays of alcohol available for public viewing and purchase, is currently taking place at T Galleria by DFS Singapore. For fine art fans one of the more interesting pieces exhibited is the Rémy Martin Club Christofle, an exclusive collaboration between the cognac house and silversmithing maison.
Iconic French art de vivre and silversmith par excellence Maison Christofle Haute-Orfèvrerie applies its creative touch on one of the most exclusive designs to grace a bottle of Rémy Martin cognac; the exceptional decanter is clad in silver-plated metal, with its signature 8 emblematic facets of the Rémy Martin Club decanter to celebrate 30 years of success. Each detail is meticulously handcrafted by the Maison Christofle Haute-Orfèvrerie silver workshops in France. As for the liquid inside, the silver-faceted bottle houses a complex and intense cognac composed of eaux-de-vie selected exclusively from Petite and Grande Champagne and aged over 20 years.
Only 30 numbered editions of the Rémy Martin Club Christofle is made available in the world, and one of these bottles now sit at DFS Singapore’s T Galleria at DFS 5th annual Masters of Wines and Spirits, which just so happens to coincide with DFS’ 55th anniversary as well as Singapore’s 50th year of independence, at T Galleria by DFS Singapore.
The limited edition Rémy Martin Club Christofle, along with the rest of the DFS Masters of Wines and Spirits collection, will be exhibited in store at T Galleria until 30 November. The collection will then be moved to DFS’ flagship wines and spirits duplex store at Singapore’s Changi Airport Terminal 3, so you may want to catch it before then (after which you’d have to be flying from that airport terminal to get a glimpse of it).