Taste of Tradition – Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

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Mr Stephen LeRoux, Principal and Executive Director of Charles Heidsieck

Mr Stephen LeRoux, Principal and Executive Director of Charles Heidsieck

Razor clams (or bamboo clams) and or chien (or oh luak). With Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve.

The height of a meal, can be reached at hawker centre or coffeeshop, with those two dishes, provided your regular zhi char chap doesn’t do corkage. 

Heard from the source itself, the noses and palates from Taste of Tradition (importer and distributor of fine wines these 20 years).

Yes, you can accompany chicken rice with champagne, specifically Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve. The caveat: Without the chilli sauce, it’ll kill it. Ginger and black sweet sauce very okay.

Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

The White Rabbit chimed with the clink of glasses and tickled with the bubbles of Champagne Charlie’s re-launched Brut Reserve as Taste of Tradition celebrated with more than 100 friends.

The finger food was as tasteful as the guest list and their dress code. Bowtie.

The fist food – succulent lamb chops – never stopped coming, pretty much like the bubbly.

Got a word in edgewise with Mr Pierre Perrin of Chateau d’Beaucastel who handles the wines for the Jolie-Pitt (Brangelina), Chateau Miraval.

“We take care of everything, from grape to bottle.”

“They are the nicest couple, outside of making film, everything else they do is family, with the children, for the children, just family.”

No, apparently Brad does not drink champagne out of Angelina’s shoe.

About the writer:

Sylvia Toh Paik Choo speaks about Audi Fashion Festival and Fashion in general.

Sylvia Toh Paik Choo is author, broadcaster, columnist, debater (like to argue), elegant, fashionable, gourmet, hilarious, and we're out of alphabets (well there is i for idiot...)

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