The undisputed star of the pink fizz market, Laurent-Perrier Rosé remains No.1 in the pink champagne field thanks to its consistently appealing light, elegant fruit and delicate mousse. The iconic dumpy bottle with its pink foil and label is instantly recognisable on the shelves and in the fridges of the world's best bars and hotels.
Moët & Chandon's excellent non-vintage pink fizz with its own chiller jacket to keep your bottle cold. It has all the usual Moët hallmarks, with an additional emphasis on red berry and other summer fruit flavours.
A bottle of Perrier Jouët's Blason Rosé champagne. Made with a cépage of 45% chardonnay, 50% Pinot noir and 5% Pinot Meunier, this has powerful notes of red fruit. This will match well with lightly cooked salmon or desserts containing red fruits.
A 2004 vintage edition of the fruitier and, of course, richer Rich edition of Veuve Clicquot. This should drinks well for at least the next decade and adds in layers of fresh fruit to the house's traditional toasty pastry notes.
A limited edition Swarovski decorated bottle of the popular world-leading non-vintage champagne, made with the three main varieties (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir & Pinot Meunier) and blended to the soft, balanced Moët house style. Bready and appley with a zingy twist of lemony citrus.
Premier Brut is rich, fruity and nutty non vintage champagne from Louis Roederer, better known for their high-end Cristal. This pack accompanies the bottle with 2 champagne flutes, making it even easier to share.
Moët & Chandon's Grand Vintage Rosé Champagne 2004 was first released in 2013. The 39th vintage rosé they have released since 1920, 2004 was a fantastic year, a high yield of grapes helped by a warm summer and good rainfall. This has notes of blackberry, fig and dried spice and has a cépage of 45% Pinot Noir, 31% Chardonnay and 24% Pinot Meunier.
Veuve Clicquot's best selling Yellow Label Champagne, presented in a 'sardine tin' style gift box with 2 champagne flutes. With a blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier and 30% Chardonnay, this is consistently excellent.
Composed of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir, balance, freshness and power are the essential qualities of the Jacquart's Brut de Nominée, which is this producer's prestige cuvée. A Gold Medal winner in both 2007 and 2008 from Decanter magazine's World Wine Awards.
The top expression of Bollinger's house style, La Grand Annéee is rich, full and rightly known as one of the world's greatest champagnes. 2004 was a great harvest, with high quality grapes and wines and lots of them - this will drink well already but will improve if cellared.
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.