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Oysters and Champagne: delivered

Fresh, live oysters delivered straight to your doorstep. Plus, a guide on the wines to pair them with.

Nothing better to lift the spirits in these trying times than briny, succulent oysters paired with the best wines in the world. Here are some of the best oyster deliveries in Singapore.

  • Ninja Food oysters

    Ninja Food

    This seafood importer and distributor offers oysters from around the world, from creamy Canadian ones to the famed Fin de Claire. Orders come with the option of having your oysters shucked. They're also happy to provide shucking tips if your enjoyment of the bivalve hinges on opening them yourself. 

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(Related: A guide to champagne styles)

Let’s talk bubblies (and beyond)

It’s no secret that an oyster’s best friend is Champagne — the chalky, mineral qualities of France’s most famous sparkling wine lends itself perfectly to briny, metallic oysters. You’d want to head for something super dry like the Heidsieck & Co. Monopole “Goût American” Extra Dry NV (available from Atlas); or Bollinger’s exceptional R.D Extra Brut. There’s also the relatively new Ultra Brut category, pioneered by Champagne house Laurent Perrier, where there’s absolutely no dosage added (available from Millesima). Grower Champagnes are also an exciting alternative; as well as English sparklings like Nyetimber

The Nyetimber Classic Cuvee

The Nyetimber Classic Cuvee

Pet-nats, which by definition also have no dosage, are also a possibility with oysters. Try the Benjamina from Catalunya producers Artesano Vintners, which is made from a blend of Macabeau and Xarel-lo grapes (available from RAW Wines) with richer, creamier oysters. 

In the flat category — Chablis is always a safe bet, although the better examples of Albarino or Sancerre will also be perfect with their high-acid, mineral profiles. Pinot Grigio is also a good pick.

Head here for The Peak’s comprehensive guide on where to deliver your wines and other liquors from.