Singapore Airlines to offer six new wines to premier class passengers

Airlines are constantly trying to offer premier class passengers the most enjoyable and luxurious experience, whether it be with seats that fully recline to 180 degrees or offering travelers the most refined vintages.

Singapore Airlines will be featuring six of the well known “Grand Cru” Red Burgundy labels to its already expansive wine selection.

Red Burgundy is a wine label that comes from the Burgundy region of France and is often made using Pinot Noir grapes. Grand Cru is the highest classification attainable for wines from Burgundy and is often used in indicate the potential of the vineyard.

“We are very pleased to enhance our current wine selection on board, which also includes the popular and renowned Red Bordeaux labels, with the prestigious Grand Cru Red Burgundy labels,” said Yap Kim Wah, the airlines senior vice president of product and services. “We are also delighted to be able to obtain six different labels to meet the volume required for all our flights and we hope our customers... will take the opportunity to try these the next time they fly with us.”

The airlines serves an estimated 2.1 million bottles of wine on board their flights, every year, according to


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