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Emirates Unveils Unique ‘Icons of Wonderful Wine’ Assortment Onboard

Emirates is now providing an unparalleled expertise to wine fanatics and connoisseurs by launching a group of uncommon and beautiful vintages onboard this summer time. This outstanding assortment, aptly named ‘Icons of Wonderful Wine,’ options a number of the most acclaimed wines from world wide, offering passengers with a unprecedented in-flight wine expertise.

Dom Pérignon Rosé Classic 2008

First Class passengers travelling from Dubai to the UK and Americas can now benefit from the unique Dom Pérignon Rosé 2008. This luxurious rosé champagne is a uncommon launch of outstanding high quality, accessible onboard for a restricted time of three months. The 2008 classic, made out of Pinot Noir grapes, presents a daring assemblage with a bouquet bursting with raspberries and wild strawberries, and notes of iris and violet. The complete-bodied, silky palate showcases a balanced stress between precision and pure radiance, culminating in a persistent end with hints of peonies and white pepper.

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Louis Latour Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru Les Demoiselles 2014

All through June and July, First Class passengers on routes from Dubai to the UK and Americas can savour the Louis Latour Chevalier-Montrachet Grand Cru 2014. This beautiful white wine from Burgundy, France, shows aromas of nectarine and quince with toasted hazelnut and mineral notes. The palate is taut and harmonious, balancing fruits, spices, and delicate minerality, a testomony to the legendary terroir of the Côte d’Or.

Penfolds Yattarna Chardonnay 2019

From mid-June to October, First Class prospects travelling from Dubai to Australasia can indulge within the Penfolds Yattarna Chardonnay 2019. This Australian wine, famend for its multi-regional mix, options grapefruit and peach aromas with hints of meringue and roasted hazelnut. The highly effective and sophisticated palate is graced with floral notes and a mineral-laced end, showcasing one of the best of cool-climate Chardonnay grapes.

M. Chapoutier Ermitage Rouge Le Pavillon 2012

From June to mid-December, First Class passengers travelling to mainland Europe can benefit from the M. Chapoutier Ermitage Rouge Le Pavillon 2012. This iconic wine from the Rhône Valley, France, boasts darkish raspberries and cassis with liquorice overtones. The complete-bodied palate options flavours of blackcurrant and cooking spice, underscored by vibrant minerality, making it a real illustration of the ‘Sélections Parcellaires.’

Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 Ribera del Duero

Emirates presents the Vega Sicilia Unico 2006 for First Class passengers on European routes all through June and July. This Spanish wine, from the long-lasting Vega Sicilia vineyard, reveals a bouquet of black cherry, eucalyptus, leather-based, and tobacco. The complete-bodied palate, with velvety tannins and flavours of spice and balsamic notes, culminates in a lingering, opulent end.

Ornellaia, Bolgheri Tuscany 2012

First Class passengers travelling between Milan and JFK, New York, can now expertise the celebrated Ornellaia 2012. This Tuscan wine presents vibrant cherry, spice, grilled herb, and leather-based aromas. The complete-bodied palate with delicate tannins and a persistent end embodies the opulence of the ‘Tremendous Tuscan’ class.

Brunello Di Montalcino 2010 Cerretalto, Casanova Di Neri Toscana

Travellers to Italy from Might 2024 to January 2025 can benefit from the Brunello di Montalcino 2010. This classic presents ripe blackberry and candied cherry aromas with spice, liquorice, and smoke. The complete-bodied palate, with polished tannins and wonderful acidity, presents an intriguing earthy character and a protracted end.

Opus One Napa Valley 2012

From the tip of Might by way of June, First Class prospects travelling to North America can pattern Opus One Napa Valley 2012. This collaboration between the Rothschilds and Mondavis presents contemporary darkish fruit aromas with forest-floor notes, liquorice, and smoke. The spherical mouthfeel and satiny tannins wrap round traditional cassis flavours, concluding with vigorous acidity and a lingering end.

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