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.
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 special rosé from Moët & Chandon that was originally produced for the US market, but that they've now allowed to stay in Europe. A rich champagne with lots of berry fruit that works very well as a compliment to food.
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.
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.