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La Fête des Vins

13 (Thur) – 26 (Wed) May 2021
@ Times Square, Harbour City & New Town Plaza stores

La Fête des Vins is making its return this May, bringing you an array of premium French wines, led by biodynamic options, as well as a variety of delicacies. Come and join us at city'super this spring and enjoy the gifts of nature.

What Do You Know About Biodynamic Wines?

Step into the Old World of French wines and explore the beauty of this liquid art. Biodynamic wines have been especially popular in recent years, and if you love natural products, then biodynamic wines are for you.

What Are Biodynamic Wines?

  1. Biodynamic farming is a spiritual-ethical-ecological approach that promotes the biodiversity of the vineyard’s ecosystems, achieving a balance between vine, men, Earth and stars.
  2. The biodynamic calendar acknowledges subtle cosmic forces, and helps farmers to determine auspicious pruning and cutting, cultivating, watering and harvesting times of crops.
  3. The farming process is void of chemicals or artificial additives.

If you want to try good quality biodynamic wines, give these two French wines a go!

  • Domaine Valentin Zusslin Grand Cru Pfingstberg Riesling 2011
  • Château du Val d'Or Saint-Émilion Grand Cru 2015

Savouring Natural Harmony: Biodynamic Wine Recommendations

Wine is an essential part of the perfect dinner. We introduced sustainable, biodynamic wine last time, and this time we are excited to recommend three of our top picks to add extra character to your dinner table.

Cave de Ribeauvillé Bio Gewürztraminer 2016
Produced in Alsace, France, this wine has a nose of pink pepper and lychee. The palate is structured and balanced. The wine finishes with notes of spices of ripe fruits.
Food Pairing: Canned Sardines

Domaine Magellan 2014
The vines are planted without synthetic chemicals or excess use of mechanisation. The grapes are harvested by hand. The winemaking process is kept simple, and the wine is aged in batches to enhance complexity and flavour.
Food Pairing: Lamb Chop

M. Chapoutier Châteauneuf-du-Pape Croix de Bois 2014
Vinification is done in concrete tanks. The grapes are destemmed and the vatting lasts around three weeks to bring out its fruitiness. Only free-run juice is used to make this wine, which has a lovely nose of black fruits.
Food Pairing: Steak

Exciting Offer:

You can’t have great wine without a good bottle opener! During “La Fête des Vins” promotion, spend HK$20,000 or more on selected wines at city'super stores and receive a Durand Vintage Cork Remover*(limited quantities only, while stocks last). There are other special offers too – don’t miss out!

* Terms & conditions apply, see staff in-store for details.

Indulge in French Flavours from the Sea: Wine & Oyster Pairing

Natural and dreamy… there’s something magical about the flavours of French delicacies. Today, we’d like to share with you two wine and oyster pairings so you can indulge in the amazing gifts the land and sea have to offer.

Château de Lugey Blanc des Cabanes 2018
Aged at the bay of Bassin d'Arcachon in the Atlantic Ocean. As the sea has consistent temperature, lack of light and almost no oxygen, the wine will not oxidise while ageing, and human impact is minimised. After ageing, the wine has a straw yellow colour and an irresistible aroma of tropical fruits. The body is round and smooth with hints of lemon, citrus and mineral – perfect for pairing with oysters.

Domaine Bouvet Savoie Chignin Bergeron 2017
With a bronze glow, this wine has aromas of white peach, bergamot, apricot, linden tree and honey, and a rounded body. Especially great with white meats or seafood.

Oyster Pairing Recommendations:

French Tarbouriech Speciale Oyster Nr.0
Plump, creamy flesh with balanced brininess.

French La Reserve Oyster Nr.3
With just the right texture and has a nice bite. Rich in brininess.

Exciting Offer:

During “La Fête des Vins” promotion, spend HK$3,500 or more on selected wines at city'super stores to receive a city'super shopping voucher (valued at HK$200)* (limited quantities only, while stocks last). There are other special offers too – don’t miss out!

* Terms & conditions apply, see staff in-store for details.

Recommended! French Wine & Premium Gourmet Foods

Preparing for a feast at home? Top-notch ingredients and fine wines should definitely be on your shopping list. Check out our list of recommended wines and gourmet items from different regions of France and make it a feast to remember!

Château la Rame Sainte-Coix-du-Mont Blanc 2014
From the Sainte-Coix-du-Mont region located in the south of Bordeaux, which is known for its production of sweet white wines. It neighbours the famous white wine region of Sauternes.

The vineyard uses only handpicked Sémillon grapes, which goes through a fermentation process over a three- to six-week period at controlled temperatures, and then aged for two years in “cuve” before bottling. It has a rich body and complex flavours.

Domaine de Savagny Vin Jaune Jura 2012
From the Jura region which is known for producing Vin Jaune. It is only 80km away from the famous Burgundy region, but its winemaking style is completely different.

Using ripe Savagnin grapes, the wine is stored in 228L oak barrels for over six years. With a golden shade, this wine has a nose of walnuts, almonds, nuts, beeswax and florals. Rich and smooth with a lingering aroma.

Domaine Saint Nicolas Cuvée Jacques 2013
From the little-known area of Fiefs Vendeens within the famous Loire Valley. It is located in the southern part of Nantes, and mainly produces rose and red wines.

Predominantly crafted with Pinot Noir, the grapes are grown using biodynamic methods. The wine is of a pomegranate red, with delicate forest fruits, fresh cherry and roasted aromas. Silky tannins with hints of herbs and leather – perfect for pairing with meats.

Clos Marie Pic Saint Loup L'Olivette 2017
From a small region of Pic-Saint-Loup in Languedoc-Roussillon, located in the south of France. This region makes only red and rose wines, similar to Northern Rhône.

Blended with Syrah, Grenache and Mourvèdre, this wine has notes of black currants and fresh cherries, firm tannins and a mildly spicy finish. Excellent with beef, lamb and other meats.

Recommended ingredients:

Qwehli French Frozen Wild European Blue Lobster
Also known as the Brittany or blue lobster, the rare European lobster was caught with artisanal fishing methods using lobster pots at a depth of less than 50 metres in the cold European seas.

French Chilled Goose Liver Extra
Strictly selecting the best goose liver from farms located in the southwest of France. Local farmers use traditional ways of production to preserve the famous, authentic taste of foie gras and its unique aroma.

French Wines For Your Instagrammable Picnic

How about a picnic with friends on a sunny afternoon? Don’t forget to bring along these lovely wines for a dreamy Instagrammable moment!

Champagne Charles Mignon Comte de Marne Grand Cru NV
This grand cru is made from 70% Chardonnay and 30% Pinot Noir. Rich and intense on the nose with notes of white flower, honeyed lemon, citrus and hazelnut. Palate is elegant and layered, and has a long and delicate finish with silky bubbles.

Château Léoube Love by Léoube 2019
Quintessential dry Provence rose style. Pale pink with attractive fruity flavours of strawberry and white peach. Finely balanced and can be enjoyed as an aperitif or with Mediterranean food.

Champagne Jeeper Grand Rosé Brut NV
A champagne with feminine charm, this wine is pale pink with a subtle and fresh nose, offering an original palette of small berries (raspberries, cherries) and bread dough. Full and fresh on the palate, and truly delightful.

Le Petit Beret Organic Alcoholic Free Sparkling Rose
Of a pink colour with fine persistent bubbles, the nose has aromas of ripe fruits, cherry and raspberry, fine hints of brioche bread, fresh butter, delicate notes of yeast, and forest earth.

Exciting Offer:

Looking for a light and healthy snack to go with wine? Nuts are a great option. During “La Fête des Vins” promotion, spend HK$600 or above on selected wines at city'super stores to receive a pack of city'super x East Bali Cashews (Roasted Unsalted)* (limited quantities only, while stocks last). There are other special offers too – don’t miss out!

* Terms & conditions apply, see staff in-store for details.

Limited Availability Wine and Cheese Set Exclusive Offer

Wine connoisseurs rejoice! Starting from today, city'super E-Shop will be offering limited-edition wine sets that come with invitations to our special Zoom online workshop, where Mr Jean-Benoit Hery, Export Manager of Champagne Moutard, will share his expertise and wine-tasting tips with the participants.

Wine & Cheese Gourmet Set (Promotional price: HK$1,400/set, worth HK$1,653)*:

  • Moutard Blanc de Blancs NV 1 bottle
  • Moutard Cuvée 6 Cépages Brut Nature 2009 1 bottle
  • Moutard Chablis Premier Cru Fourchaume 2018 1 bottle
  • Germain Chaource AOP Cheese 20g
  • Les Freres Marchand Comte AOP Grande Garde Cheese (20-24 Months) 100g
  • Les Freres Marchand Morbier AOP Cheese 100g
  • city'super Slate Plate for Cheese Platter 1 pc
  • Invitation to Zoom Online Workshop

Wine Set (Promotional price: HK$1,080/set, worth HK$1,276)* is also available, which includes the wines listed above and invitation to Zoom Online Workshop, perfect for lovers of French wine.

Zoom Online Workshop*:
Date and Time: 22 (Sat) May, 2021, 5pm-6pm
Platform: Online via Zoom (conducted in English)
Speaker: Mr Jean-Benoit Hery, Export Manager of Champagne Moutard

* Terms and conditions apply.


^Promotional products are available at selected stores only. While stocks last. The above product details are subject to change without prior notice. Photos are for reference only.

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