Welcome to Marco’s Cellar, the arena for close-knitted hippies headed by the alcoholic founder Marco & his team of passionate drunkards that are zealous about getting drunk *in style*. We share a belief that standard labels resonate boredom, and also an aspiration to seek and develop different self-concepts. With a couple of exclusive MOUs (we do give a shit about being corporate) for both the Singapore & Myanmar markets, trust us when we say we’ll only bring you the best things in life (which of course do not come free) and absolutely nothing lesser than that.
We view wine appreciation as a big groggy picture that encompasses bringing in and sharing wines & spirits we love. We taste each and every label that makes its way across our tasting bench to ensure that only the best ones come onboard our cellar. If we don’t love it, we don’t sell it.
Searching for tip-top wines & spirits is a shitload of work for the masses, but it’s just what our dynamic team likes to do because we are not impressed with maintaining the status quo – we desire to move forward along with the times. You will expect to see minimal standard labels or brands we term as ‘status quo’. Instead, be blown away by the types of wines & spirits we have by the bounty.
What defines you? No, which wine or spirit defines you and sets you apart from the others? Find out in our store.
We want to bring you unique flavors from all corners of the world. We want to take you there; somewhere, anywhere – with just one euphoric sip. 😉
Have a stellar day and keep sipping, you alcoholic.
Here’s a snippet to the origins of wine…
The earliest archaeological evidence of wine production was found in Georgia, Iran, Greece and Armenia. This is what CNN wrote, “Forget France. It turns out, the real birthplace of wine may be in a cave in Armenia.” Who knew, huh?
The oldest known winery was discovered in a cave called Areni-1 in Vayots Dzor, Armenia, which dates back to 4,100 BC. Spectacular items were unearthed in the cave, such as a wine press, fermentation vats, jars, cups and even the seeds and vines from the Vitis Vinifera grape species (which is still widely used today).
Wine has been considered religious since its origin. From religions to rituals till today, it is now even seen as a form of art…