DFS Group (DFS), in partnership with Changi Airport Group (CAG) hosted its eighth annual edition of the prestigious Masters of Wines and Spirits in Singapore on Saturday, March 23 and Sunday, March 24, showcasing a curated collection of 140 of the rarest and finest whiskies, wines, Cognacs and Champagne from around the world.
Held at Infinite Studios, the 2019 edition of Masters of Wines and Spirits brought together over 1,000 guests who had the chance to go on an immersive and interactive journey to discover each of the brands through engaging video art installations, digital projections and intimate tasting experiences.
DFS Group's Robert Calzadilla, Ariel Gentzbourger, Brooke Supernaw, Tim Delassio, Wilcy Wong, Jay Frame, Frederik Vanden Bulcke.
This year’s edition explored the theme of “Masters at Work”, featuring six masters from various 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 Château Lafite Rothschild as Master of Wine, Hidetsugu Ueno of Bar High Five as Master of Cocktails, and DJ Arthur Bray as Master of Music.
The 140-piece strong curation featured collectable items such as the oldest whisky ever released by The Macallan family, The Macallan 72 Year Old in Lalique – The Genesis Decanter; a set of three extremely rare wine vintages, The Château Lafite Rothschild Double Magnum Collection; and one of 1,500 bottles produced from the owner’s original stocks - Port Ellen’s 39 Year Old.
“This year’s Masters of Wines and Spirits once again showcases the extensive expertise of DFS’ merchant team in curating a world-class, bespoke collection and bringing together the world’s most sought-after wines and spirits and their brand ambassadors,” said Brooke Supernaw, DFS Group’s senior vice president Wines, Spirits, Tobacco, Food and Gifts.
The collection will be available for purchase from March 25. It will also be showcased and celebrated at Changi Airport through a series of activations at Terminals 2 and 3 until the end of April.