The Cellier started when an idyllic vacation through France ignited a fervent fascination with a certain bubbly liquid in this husband-and-wife duo. Driving through the vineyards in Épernay and having a ball of a time with friendly independent champagne producers, we had a glimpse into the finer traditions of champagne-making and realised just how much champagnes from small family-run maisons had to offer. And that was when we knew we had to bring the magic we experienced back home.
With the tantalising tastings of champagnes still fresh in our minds, we sprang into action and created The Cellier. We currently import a finely curated selection of champagnes from France, for distribution in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Truly sublime and each with its distinctive character, these champagnes are great not just as an aperitif, they can also stand up on their own to various dishes in a multi-course meal. Most of all, these champagnes are the perfect antidote to a long day, the perfect indulgence at any moment and the perfect cause for celebration.
The Cellier embodies our hopes of sharing our passion for champagne and spreading the little joys that comes with imbibing this liquid gold. We hope you will have just as much fun as we did discovering these champagnes.
The Bonnaire house is an independent grower-producer in the Grand Cru Village of Cramant that produces some of the finest, creamiest Chardonnay-based champagnes of the region.
The tradition of growing their own grapes and champagne-making has been kept within the family for generations. The family owns some of the best locations in Cramant, located in the famous Côtes des Blancs, with vineyards spreading over 22 hectares.
Bonnaire’s champagnes are terroir-focused and expressive of its excellent origin.
Founded in 1907, Champagne Paul Clouet is a well-regarded and respected champagne house in Bouzy, a Grand Cru Village known for its excellent Pinot Noir grapes for champagnes.
It was indeed the perfect champagne marriage and the best of both worlds when Marie-Louise Clouet married Jean-Louis Bonnaire and brought the two independent champagne houses together. Today, the Paul Clouet champagnes are produced in Cramant, blended from the Pinot Noir of Bouzy and Chardonnay from Chouilly.