In January, the European Parliament voted to ban the use of palm oil for the production of biofuels in the European Union by 2020, with the proclaimed aim to stop the deforestation of rainforests in mainly Indonesia.
Indonesia, the world’s top palm oil producer, threatened retaliation.
Indonesia had consistently rejected applications from importers to bring in spirits and other alcohol from the EU, resulting in a de facto ban.
We feel the impact in the last months with imported EU wine & champagnes hard to get, with some European beer brands no longer available and spirits more difficult to get hold of.
We appreciate your kind understanding in this situation which is out of our control.
1011.16 | Hatten Jepun – Balinese Sparkling Wine – rosé | 790
1011.13 | Hatten Tunjung – Balinese Sparkling Wine – white | 790
1011.01 | Two Island – Balinese Sparkling Wine – white | 790
1011.09 | Two Island Reserve – Balinese Sparkling Wine – white | 990
1011.02 | Moët & Chandon brut | 2 190
1012.02 | Billecart Salmon Brut Reserve | 2 380
James Subling Rating ’92’
1013.02 | Louis Roederer brut | 2 290
* Louis Roederer brut 375 ml | 1 290
*Temporary not available
1014.01 | Dom Perignon 2008 | 6 900
1015.01 | Dom Perignon 2009 | 6 900