An excellent value for money champagne, Pol Roger Reserve is great for drinking now but is also suitable for ageing, taking on a fuller flavour with time. With its fresh summer fruit flavours and tiny, persistent mousse, Pol Roger is one of the most easily-enjoyed well-made NV champagnes around.
Only released in 2012, this is Pol Roger's entry into the market for the excellent 2002 vintage - commonly thought to be the best since the legendary 1990. Aged for 9 years in their deep, cool cellars it's rich and ripe already but ready for further aging.
A bottle of Pol Roger's white grape only Blanc de Blancs champagne from the 2002 harvest. A fantastic wine from a great vintage, although quite limited in production, its crisp fruit and hefty body make it a great match for delicately flavoured fish.
Pol Roger was Winston Churchill's favourite fizz, so they named their prestige cuvee after him - after all, he was easily satisfied by the very best. This is from the 1999 vintage, which should be drinking splendidly now.
The 2000 vintage, the 13th to be released, of Pol Roger's bottling in honour of Sir Winston Churchill, lover of fine drinks, especially champagne. It's created to reflect his style, and is a full-bodied and robust wine that should mature well.