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.
A magnum of Ruinart's excellent rosé champagne - elegantly bottled and packed with fruity flavour. The blend is comprised of 55% Pinot Noir and 45% Chardonnay. This is an intensely aromatic and simply delicious champagne.
A magnum of Blancs de Blancs (100% Chardonnay) from the oldest champagne house, Ruinart. The flagship wine of the house, this is how champagne should be in our minds. Complex flavours but with an underlying elegance and just the right amount of brioche notes. Absolutely superb.
A magnum of 2002 rosé – a good year for Moët, producing rich and intense wines including this pink edition from the vintage. The blend is 51% Pinot Noir (of which 22% is still red wine), 28% Chardonnay and 21% Pinot Noir. This was bottled with a lower than usual dosage of 5.5 grams per litre of sugar.
A magnum of Pol Roger's 2004 Brut Vintage Champagne. This year's cépage is 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay grown in 20 different Grand and Premier Cru vineyards in both the Montagne de Reims and Côte des Blancs. This was aged for 8 years in the cellars before being disgorged.
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 magnum bottle of the 2006 vintage of Perrier Jouët's Belle Epoque prestige cuvee, always excellent and with beautiful presentation. A blend of 50% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir and 5% Pinot Meunier, this is an aromatic and rich champagne.
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.
A magnum of Dom Perignon's 2004 vintage Champagne, Moët et Chandon's prestige cuvée. An excellent growing season has resulted in an elegant yet dense champagne with a delightful spicy note on the mid-palate.
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.
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.
A magnum of Armand de Brignac's non-vintage champagne, full bodied and fruity, and with a raft of high-profile fans. Not only is the champagne of high quality but the bottle has gold coloured metallic coating and a polished pewter Ace of Spades instead of a label.