Cellar Up!

Wines from Cellar 283 to shape your cellar


Even the wine cellars of Michelin Star restaurants lean in a certain way to compliment the food and the clients they serve. Some focus on California reds, others on the Bordeaux or Spain. Without exception, they also include a wide variety of wine styles and regions to offer diversity and flexibility when it comes time to choose what to open.


You can manage your personal wine collection in much the same way. Of course you’ll always order your favourites, but make a point of ordering a wine outside your comfort zone from time to time. This Cellar Up! feature is a perfect way to ‘Cultivate your Curiosity’ by giving you some suggestions from the kaleidoscope of wine styles available in this Cellar.


Cheers to the joy of wine!



Pairs with anything, celebrations, romance

Champagne Doyard-Mahé DM Empreinte, Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs, Vertus Premier Cru, lot 2370

Light white

White/light fish, sipping on its own

Kloof-en-Berg Chenin Blanc, Western Cape, 2020, lot 2437 

Full body white

Poultry, mild cheeses, pork

Chablis, AOC, 2019, lot 2425


Dessert, rich foods like foie gras

Ratafia, Doyard-Mahé DM, lot 2375


Most appetizers, sipping on its own, the back deck

Château Saint-Bénézet, Les Hauts de Coste-Rives, Rosé, AOP Costières de Nîmes, Terra Vitis, 2020, lot 2377

Light red

Many pastas, pork, poultry, sipping on its own

Domaine Passion des Dames, AOP Côtes du Rhône, 2019, lot 2405

Medium red

Versatile; many meats without heavy sauces, casseroles

Domaine des 3 Lys, Les Garrigues, AOP Côtes du Rhône Villages Rochegude, 2018, lot 2380

Full body red

Heavy stews, many game meats, lamb, strong cheeses, even dessert

Domaine St Pierre, AOP Vacqueyras, 2016, lot 2382

And for your bar

Gin Mixed Case

The Secret Garden Case, lot 2442