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Tasting Note: Blended from a range of Grande Champagne cognacs between 45 and 50 years of age, the Très Vénérable is brilliant deep topaz in colour with gold highlights. Its profound, complex bouquet reveals subtle nuances of dried fruits, liquorice and mellowed oak.
Tasting Note: A wine that comes alive in a light, playful spiral, with touches of angelica, coconut, cinnamon, cocoa and tobacco. In the mouth, the wine reaches a state of complex fullness; earthy, smoky and pearly, underscored by the vibrant warmth of peppery spice. Food Pairing: This vintage Champagne is a beautiful match with smoked fish, or hard cheeses.
This exquisite trio of Rosé 1998, Oenetheque 1995 and Blanc Vintage 2000 is presented in a sublime black wooden case. Country:France Region:Champagne Grape variety:Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Bottle size:75cl Closure:Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable. Dom Perignon – the historic name of Moët et Chandon’s luxury cuvée, has become synonymous with quality and exclusivity.
Delicate salmon pink coloured champagne has flattering aromas of Morello cherries and wild strawberries and a long creamy finish. ABOUT THIS WINE: This is a rosé Champagne with a special cuvee of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir produced in the traditional champagne method with a touch of specially selected Pinot Noir red wine to add colour and complexity Country of origin: France Closure: Natural Cork Suitable for vegetarians Bottle: 6 x 75cl. Alcohol by volume: 12% vol.
Tasting Note: This new unique Blanc de Noirs cuvée bears the name of the patron saint of Mareuil-sur-A. The one hectare vineyard has always belonged to the family and consist of a single, unbroken and enclosed plot with a complete winery in situ. Food Pairing: This gorgeous and complex wine is delicious on its own, but has the power to match rich seafood dishes.
A vintage champagne with wonderful balance and finesse. Bright gold, with a persistent stream of fine bubbles. It has rich layers of warm brioche and cream freshened by a lighter citrus note. ABOUT THIS WINE:A very special Champagne made entirely from Chardonnay grapes grown in the prestigious "grand cru" villages of the Côte des Blancs in the Champagne region of north-east France. Such "blanc de blancs" champagnes have a particularly creamy, fine character.
Tasting Note: The Gold Ace of Spades has a beautiful, complex bouquet full of fresh and lively floral notes. The palate is sumptuous, with racy fruit character that is perfectly integrated with the wine’s subtle hints of brioche. The texture is deliciously creamy, with great depth and a long, creamy finish. Food Pairing: This elegant and creamy champagne is a perfect match for smoked salmon, or shellfish. Visit the brand shop: Armand De Brignac
Tasting Note: A wine that comes alive in a light, playful spiral, with touches of angelica, coconut, cinnamon, cocoa and tobacco. In the mouth, the wine reaches a state of complex fullness; earthy, smoky and pearly, underscored by the vibrant warmth of peppery spice.
Perrier-Jouët has released its Belle Epoque 1998 magnum this year, presented in a limited-edition silver-plated filigree vase designed by renowned silversmith Christofle. This limited-edition piece portrays a contemporary interpretation of the anemones on the Belle Epoque bottle designed by Emile Gallé – a leading light of the Art Nouveau movement.
Tasting Note: Crafted from a delicate blend of Chardonnay’s elegance and Pinot Noir’s full fruit notes, there is balance in the finely judged dosage. Cellared for six years in deep cellars, the vintage 2002 holds fine aromas of white fruits, followed by floral notes of hawthorn and acacia, rounded by citrus aromas and a hint of vanilla. This initial impression on the palate is intense, yet it is a delicate wine with a fine balance between structure and acidity giving harmony and elegance.
This round, rich high quality vintage Champagne is fuller with a delicious aroma of freshly-baked croissant balanced by exceptional elegance on the palate and crisp finish. Made from Chardonnay grapes grown in the famous Côtes des Blancs and matured in deep chalk caves for a minimum of three years prior to release. ABOUT THIS WINE: Our new Champagne, developed exclusively for the website by Chris Murphy and the team behind Oudinot.
Tasting Note: Krug Rosé has a pale pink-gold colour and an exquisitely fragrant bouquet. The palate offers a soft mousse, crisp acidity and an abundance of fresh, exotic flavours, such as wild berries, quince jelly, peony and hints of brioche. Food Pairing: Krug Rosé pairs wonderfully with shellfish and pork dishes.