A 2000 vintage rosé champagne from Dom Perignon, packaged in a box and bottled designed by director David Lynch, famed for his work on films such as The Elephant Man, Eraserhead and Lost Highway, as well as the groundbreaking TV series Twin Peaks. We still think Dune was his best film, but many disagree...
A dazzling pink fizz from Dom Perignon. Firm, dry and stuffed with raspberry and strawberry flavours. 1996 was a great year for Dom Pérignon across all the cuvees and it shows here. This is rich and full bodied with a spicy finish, just delightful.
Armand de Brignac's excellent blanc de blancs, a champagne made only with white grapes, packaged in their regular metallicised bottle but with a silver theme, including the polished pewter Ace of Spades 'label'.
A bottle of legenday pink champagne, Dom Perignon Rosé, from the 2002 vintage. Receiving a massive 98 points from Antonio Galloni on erobertparker.com, this is complex and elegant and is in no rush to be drunk.
This is restricted to a maximum of THREE BOTTLES per customer.
A magnum of Bollinger's acclaimed R.D. champagne from the much vaunted 1996 vintage. 'R.D.' indicates it is recently disgorged, that is it's spent more time ageing on lees for a nuttier, yeastier taste.
A bottle of Bollinger R.D. 1995. R.D. indicates the bottle was recently disgorged (the process where all the yeast sediment produced during fermentation is removed from the bottle), with the wine having spent 8 years on its lees rather than the normal 5 used for Bollinger vintage. An extra yeasty style of champagne that rewards the patient.
A special limited edition of Armand de Brignac’s Brut Gold. The wine is the same high quality, full-bodied and fruity cult champagne made with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, but the bottle is metallic green. This limited edition commemorates the Golf Masters Tournament, the winner of which receives the first bottle each year.
A whopping 3L bottle of the vibrantly fruity Moët & Chandon Rosé NV champagne. The cépage is approximately 45% Pinot Noir (of which 10% still red wine), 40% Pinot Meunier (of which 10% still red wine) and 15 % Chardonnay and is bottled with a dosage of 9 grams per litre of sugar.
A bottle of legendary pink champagne, Dom Perignon Rosé, from the 2002 vintage, with the special luminous label. Receiving a massive 98 points from Antonio Galloni on erobertparker.com, this is complex and elegant and is in no rush to be drunk.
A jeroboam of Bollinger's 2004 vintage La Grande Année. A blend of 66% Pinot Noir and 34% Chardonnay. This can either be drunk now, or if you're patient can be cellared for years to come. For the best experience, enjoy at between 10 and 12 degrees Celcius with roast lamb or foie gras.
An enormous 6 litre Methuselah of lovely toasty, citrussy Veuve Clicquot non-vintage fizz. The blend varies from batch to batch, but is approximately 50% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier and 30% Chardonnay.