Champagne

Champagne
The world of Champagne is a dazzling and delighting region to discover. With a great variety of styles and a wide diversity of brands, quality, and price points, the finest fizz on earth enjoys its reputation not without good reason. Champagne can add a little sparkle to match your food, mood, and taste, and is great to enjoy at any time - special occasion or otherwise. Take the guesswork out of finding the right bottle by choosing from our carefully curated selection from some of the best-respected Champagne houses in France.
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  1. Gosset Grand Rose Champagne

    Gosset Grande Rosé Brut is a blend of Chardonnay and red wine made from Pinot Noirs of the Montagne de Reims region, which provides this wine with its aroma of raspberries and strawberries.

    Distinctive, delicate yet intense, this fine champagne is presented in an antique style bottle, which gives it a unique personality.

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    £59.50
  2. Pannier Brut Champagne 150cl Magnum
    Perfect alliance of the three Champagne grape varieties, this fresh and harmonious champagne combines subtle notes of brioche, pastries and acacia flowers with fresh fruit aromas. A champagne for everyday moments, ideal for your aperitifs or festive cocktails. It goes wonderfully with appetizers, puff pastries and canapés. Learn More
    £59.50
  3. Gosset Grand Reserve Champagne Gift Set

    This superbly presented Champagne gift set features a bottle of Gosset Grande Reserve Champagne: an impossibly elegant, fine and well-balanced cuvée with delicious aromas of ripe red blackcurrants, wheat, dried fruits and gingerbread on the nose. On the palate there are refreshing mineral notes combined with a warm and consistent flavour echoing the wine’s richness and plumpness.

    Beautifully presented in a gift box with two tulip flutes and a bouchon for sealing the bottle.

    'Enticing, toasty brioche notes spring from the glass. Red apple flavours and fine acidity join creamy, floral notes and a persistent mousse. A lovely Champagne of high quality.' Best Sparkling Wines of 2016, Decanter

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    £69.50
  4. Egerie de Pannier Champagne Vintage

    Ample and generous, with a lovely aromatic complexity, the cuvée Égérie keeps its promises and reveals in the mouth highly delicate aromas of brioche, pastry, ripe fruit and candied citrus fruit. A wine of emotion and balance to be shared at unique moments. It will also be the ideal partner for your refined dishes: salt-crusted farm poultry, morel fleurette or even poached oysters.

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    £75.00
  5. Taittinger Cuvee Prestige, Brut Champagne 150cl Magnum

    The brilliant body is golden yellow in colour. The bubbles are fine, while the foam is discreet yet lingering. The nose, very open and expressive, delivers aromas of fruit and brioche. It also gives off the fragrance of peach, white flowers (hawthorn, acacia) and vanilla pod. The entry onto the palate is lively, fresh and in total harmony. This is a delicate wine with flavours of fresh fruit and honey. Taittinger Brut Réserve, which acquires its maturity during three and four years ageing in the cellar, offers excellent aromatic potential.

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  6. MAGNUM Moet & Chandon 'Brut Imperial' Champagne

    A timeless classic. Superbly dry, rich and full in flavour. The brand leader and justifiably so, with remarkable consistency.

    "The nose combines smoky, slightly reductive aromas (like a freshly struck match), along with citrus and some ripe fruit and honey. In the mouth, the Brut is fresh and bright, with apple, lemon and chalk flavours, but also, at its core, some honey and bread. A persistent, refreshing and precise Champagne." Drinks Business, December 2016

    Gold Medal - Champagne Masters 2016, The Drinks Business Magazine

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    £88.00
  7. Veuve Clicquot 'Yellow Label' Brut Champagne 150cl Magnum

    The famous yellow label Champagne has ample body and fruit to give it splendid character. A truly complex and exquisite Champagne. Veuve Clicquot is one of the best recognised champagne houses in the world.

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    £98.00
  8. Taittinger 'Comtes de Champagne' Blanc de Blancs
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    A powerful, refined, expressive and complex Champagne, with notes of citrus fruits, lime blossom and caramelised grapefruit. The long, rich ending reveals sweet licorice aromas.

    Produced only in exceptional vintage years and intended as the ultimate expression of the Taittinger style, this wine is composed entirely of Chardonnay grapes grown in the top vineyards of the prestigious Côte des Blancs. Only the first press juice is used. A small proportion (5%) of the blend spends three to four months in new oak barrels, enhancing the intrinsic qualities of the final blend. Prior to disgorgement, the Blanc de Blancs is aged for 10 years on the lees in 13th-century chalk cellars that were once the property of Saint Nicaise abbey.

    Of the 280 wines entered into the 2016 Sparkling Drinks Masters the 2006 vintage was awarded 'Master' -  the only one to recieve the highest accolade in the whole competition.

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    £125.00
  9. Dom Perignon Vintage Champagne

    To taste it is to discover the unique spirit and style of a truly great wine of Champagne, still one of the most remarkable in the world.

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    £130.00
  10. Krug 'Grande Cuvee' Brut Champagne

    Krug Grande Cuvée is the jewel in the Krug crown, indisputably the most majestic non-vintage cuvée.

    As you taste it, you'll find notes of toasted bread, hazelnut, barley sugar and jellied fruits. You may even taste hints of apples still on the tree, flowers in bloom, ripe and dried fruit, almonds, marzipan, gingerbread, sweet spices and even brioche and honey. It has exceptional freshness in the mouth, with rich and tangy flavours of lemon and grapefruit enhanced by the subtlety of its fine and elegant bubbles.

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    £135.00
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