Moet & Chandon Champagne in a small but perfectly mini, 20cl bottles. Perfect for parties, gifts and just a little treat. It tastes the same, looks the same, so go on, impress your friends! Perfect stocking filler !
BEST SELLER. Owned by Bollinger and house Champagne in Gordon Ramsay restaurants, this really is great value. Proper grown up Champagne. On the palate, it is well balanced and shows great finesse and complexity.
Rosé Majeur is the perfect embodiment of the originality and finesse of the House’s wines. Made predominantly from Chardonnay it is crafted with the addition of a small proportion of Pinot Noir from the best crus of the Montagne de Reims. A low dosage enables it to express the House style, both feminine and generous, with great elegance.
Aged for a minimum of three years in the cellars, this is Champagne in its purest form, as there is no added dosage. Golden tints and fine, long-lasting bubbles are followed with light aromas of white fruit offering great finesse. Fresh and delicate on the palate.
This is rich, powerful Champagne from an exceptional `mono cru` producer using Pinot Noir grapes from the Grand Cru village of Mailly, just south of Reims, with the addition of 25% Grand Cru Chardonnay. It is flowery and biscuity on the nose with vanilla, mineral and fresh bread flavours on a complex palate.
This Champagne has beautiful delicate bubbles that show through the straw coloured wine. It is made predominantly from Chardonnay which produces a soft and subtle bouquet of bricohe and citrus followed by charming fruit and white flowers. On the palate all those notes are evident backed up by wonderful minerality and refreshing acidity.
SERIOUS BARGAIN ! This is extra aged (5 yrs) from Grand Cru vineyards, tastes great and is selling for around the same price as the Taittinger Brut Reserve ! The nose is subtle and fresh. The initial mineral aromas quickly develop into green, floral scents with hints of elderflower and spicy cinnamon overtones.
Pale golden in colour with a rich yet subtle bouquet, with hints of hawthorn, almonds and toast. Brut Premier is the embodiment of the house style and strikes a perfect balance between the structure and fruitiness of Pinot Noir and the finesse of the Chardonnay.
This is a well known Pinot Noir dominated Cuvée from one of the Champagne region’s finest Houses, with a minimum of 4 years bottle age. Full flavoured, biscuity and very well balanced with an elegant and refined finish and superb length on the palate
Founded in 1849 this fantastic house remains privately owned and cultivates nearly 200 acres of the finest vineyards in the Valle d`Epernay and Cotes de Blancs. Aromas of white flowers, green apples and a hint of minerality precede a vigorous flavour dominated with stone fruits and a touch of nuttiness.
Produced entirely from Grand Cru Chardonnay from vineyards in the village of Chouilly, aged in the cellars for a minimum of four years. Golden colour with the greenish tints so typical of a Blanc de Blancs, with extremely fine bubbles and delicate foam. On the nose the first impression is floral, followed by rich aromas of white fruit.
A clear winner on two separate occasions when we held our blind Rose Champagne tasting this is a delightful salmon pink Champagne from an exceptional `mono cru` producer using 90% Pinot Noir grapes and 10% Chardonnay, only from the Grand Cru village of Mailly, just south of Reims.
The Soutiran Blancs de Blancs, created from 100% Chardonnay, spends 7 years in the cellar ageing on it`s lees before release. The bubbles are really fine and delicate yet still vivid. On the nose there are ample floral aromas blended with citrus notes and grapefruit zest.
The Soutiran Signature Champagne spends 6 years ageing on lees, thus creating a beautifully rich and complex wine. The nose combines aromas of stewed pears, peaches and stone fruits. It has a really fascinating touch of aniseed too.
The New Charles Heidsieck is one of the most admired Champagne houses thanks to the unrivalled and consistently high quality of its wines. The current range is one of the most awarded collections of wines in the world. Radiant pale gold with fine, persistent bubbles.
The 2002 vine growth cycle was characterized by higher than average temperatures (two degrees above normal) and lower than average rainfall (25% reduction). The weather in September was particularly ideal and this, combined with moderate yields of perfectly ripe, healthy grapes, made for an exceptionally good harvest.
Soutiran is a much sought after `Grower Champagne` and their Perle Noire, Grand Cru has spent 6 years in the cellar ageing on its lees. The colour is a rich, crystalline gold. The amazing aromas jump out of the glass with notes of fig, prune and pineapple.
Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne (they made wine first) and this is the faithful expression of the Gosset style. Stunning baked apple and brioche on the nose which follows through on the palate. It is refined with real depth of flavour, length and complexity. A true classic.