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.
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.
A magnum bottle of the world leading non-vintage champagne from Moët & Chandon. Easy drinking and well balanced. The cépage is give or take one third each Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay and bottled with around 9 grams per litre of sugar.
Mumm de Cramant is a blanc de blancs (100% Chardonnay) champagne from a single vineyard which Mumm acquired in 1882. Mumm see this as historically important expression and the bottle is very much in the old-style with a folded corner label to reflect this. Delicious with seafood, or indeed fish and chips.
A specially formulated version of Moët's famed Imperial champagne that is great when served over ice. It's well balanced and fully flavoured like the regular Imperial but will retain its intensity and reveal rich fruit even when served with an ice cube. An interesting development in the world of summery fizz.
A magnum bottle of the specially formulated version of Moët's famed Imperial champagne that is great when served over ice. It's well balanced and fully flavoured like the regular Imperial but will retain its intensity and reveal rich fruit even when served with an ice cube. An interesting development in the world of summery fizz.
A three-litre Jeroboam of Bollinger's Special Cuvée. Delicious toasty little number from a top producer. Bollinger is an iconic champagne house, and one of the small number of champagnes that really lives up to the hype.
An old bottle of Krug Grande Cuvée Champagne which appears to have been bottled around the 1980s. Krug helps to dispel the myth that Champagne is made to be drunk upon release and bottles with ten years or even more bottle ageing are truly magical.
A 3 litre Jereboam of Moët's soft and easy drinking Brut Imperial champagne. This is a blend of more than 100 different wines with around a third each Chardonnay and Pinots Noir and Meunier before being bottled with a dosage of 9 grams per litre of sugar.
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'.