Le Clos opens Dubai Airport Terminal 3 arrivals store

By Andrew Pentol |

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The new Le Clos store at Dubai Airport Terminal 3 is the 10th outlet in the luxury wine and spirits retailer’s estate.

Luxury wine and spirits retailer Le Clos has opened its first outlet in Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 Arrivals.

Centrally located in the baggage claim hall next to belt 7, the new store offers arriving pax a range of vintages and will open with a month of exclusive promotional offers.

The store is the 10th outlet in Le Clos’ estate and will be the first welcome for millions of Emirates passengers arriving in Dubai. Products range from Opus One to The Macallan age statements and everyday items from just $28.

Iain Delaney, Chief Operating Officer MMI said: “This new offering marks an important step for Le Clos and follows the hugely successful store openings in Dubai International Airport Terminal 1 earlier this year.

NEW LOCATION

“This new location in Terminal 3 arrivals is a significant milestone for the company. We can now provide millions more travelers with the Le Clos experience— giving them the opportunity to enjoy the most popular products in our range that deliver both quality and value, as they arrive in Dubai.

“Our 10th store is the culmination of much hard work and planning and with the invaluable support of Dubai Airports, we’ve been able to achieve our ambition to provide an exciting and innovative shopping experience built around world-class service from our friendly team of qualified wine and spirits professionals.”

The new store will offer a hand-picked selection of Le Clos’ most popular wines and spirits. In addition, Le Clos’ Click & Collect service, an online purchasing option via LeClos.net, gives customers access to 1,200 products. Purchases made online, prior to arriving in Dubai, can be collected from the store.

To coincide with the new opening, Le Clos will also launch The Palm by Whispering Angel rosé, a range of The Macallan whiskies, boutique bourbons and collectable Japanese expressions.

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Iain Delaney, Chief Operating Officer MMI says the new offering marks an important step for Le Clos.

From the wine selection, passengers can also pick up a pre-packed box of five, including selections from the ‘World’s Most Admired Wines’ for just $100 (as voted by Drinks International).

The pack includes wines from Penfolds, Torres and Concha y Toro. Le Clos’ wine selection will also generate excitement for the enthusiast and collector alike with Château Samion from the former Château Pétrus winemaker for just $48 and rare vintages of the world’s most revered wines.

Eugene Barry, Executive Vice President, Dubai Airports Commercial Group said: “Dubai Airports is constantly looking for opportunities to expand the range of our consumer offering and we work very closely with our distinguished partners to add unique products and services to the airport.”

Ben Odgers, General Manager Le Clos concluded: “The world-class range reflects 10 years of hard work during which time we have enjoyed many milestone moments. Whether generating world record sales, being garnered with industry awards or being chosen as a preferred global retailer by the world’s best producers.

“I’m delighted that we are about to embark on an exciting new chapter and open our offering to an even wider audience.”

View-of-new-Le-Clos-Store

The store is centrally located in the baggage claim hall next to belt seven.

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