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Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rosé 2004

Taittinger Comtes de Champagne Rosé 2004

Taittinger Tasting Note: An amber, rosewood colour, Comtes de Champagne rosé 2004 has a fine, elegant nose reminiscent of blossoms, rose and violet. A faint touch of fresh almond pervades from the background. The first impression on the palate is fresh, complex and fine, complemented by flavours of raspberry and pear. This Champagne has remarkable balance of structure, vinosity and framework. Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: 2004 Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable. Taittinger remains one of the few Champagne houses to remain owned and actively managed by the family named on the label. Though the house's origins are thanks to its founder Jacques Fourneaux back in 1734, the Taittinger name was introduced almost two centuries later when Pierre Taittinger acquired the house. Pierre served as a young cavalry officer in the region during the First World War, stationed at the Château de la Marquetterie. He soon fell in love with the enchanting property and its vineyards and eventually went on to purchase the company. Today, the world-famous house in Reims is managed by Pierre's grandson, Pierre Emmanuel Taittinger and his son, Clovis and daughter, Vitalie - both of whom are actively involved in the house's day-to-day running. The hallmark of a Taittinger Champagne is its high percentage of Chardonnay, which can be anything from 40% in the brut réserve non vintage to 100% in the prestigious Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs. The guardian of their winemaking and blending is Chef de Caves, Loic Dupont, who has worked at Taittinger for over 25 years. The consistent, exceptional quality of Taittinger's cuvées is recognised worldwide and has earned the house many accolades, including the latest decanter World Wine Awards Non Vintage Champagne Trophy 2010 for the Taittinger Prélude Grands Crus NV.

Vintage 2004

Vintage 2004

Dom Pérignon Tasting Note: On the nose, aromas of almond and powdered cocoa develop gradually into white fruit with hints of dried flowers. Classic toasted notes give a rounded finish and denote a fully realized maturity. On the palate, the wine instantly traces an astoundingly fine line between density and weightlessness. Its precision is extreme, tactile, dark and chiselled. The full taste lingers with the utmost elegance on a sappy, spicy note. Food Pairing: Smoked fish, hard cheese, pork Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay Vintage: 2004 Alcohol: 12.5% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable The 2004 vintage leaves its mark on the history of Dom Pérignon for its ease and generosity. In contrast with the year before, vine growth was regular and progressed without incident, while the bunches were of a significant number and size. While the weather remained moderate for some time with the month of August particularly cool, the vintage was defined by the dry heat of the final weeks before the harvest. The harvest began on 24th September with the grapes displaying excellent ripeness and health.

Grande Cuvée Jeroboam

Grande Cuvée Jeroboam

Krug Tasting Note: The taste of Krug is greatly enhanced by an exceptionally long maturation period (six to eight years) in the Krug cellars before release. The flagship of the house, the Grande Cuvée, has an imposing character and stunning mosaic of flavours. A wonderfully creamy bouquet leads to a magical combination of weight and palate balance. The long, lingering finish is both nutty and toasty, ending with a final flourish of freshness. In the words of Henry Krug, "This is a symphony, a composition where the instruments play together, complementing each other in total harmony." This Jeroboam (3 Litres) of Krug comes packed in its own beautifully finished wooden box. Food Pairing: Smoked Fish, Oysters, Shellfish, Poultry Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: NV Alcohol: 12% Bottle size: 3 litres Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-returnable and non-exportable. Krug Champagne has been quietly redefining excellence since 1843. Six generations of the Krug family have cultivated the markedly individual character of their exceptional Champagne, showing that same single-mindedness and sense of purpose with which the founder, Johann-Joseph Krug, evidenced in his pursuit of making a unique Champagne with a taste all of its own. Today, both the 5th and 6th generations supervise every phase of production direct, tasting and blending Krug to meet their own exact specifications. All Champagnes under the Krug name continue to age extremely well long after leaving the cellars and over time, develop an intensely rich, nutty flavour that remains remarkably fresh.

Brut Rosé NV

Brut Rosé NV

Krug Tasting Note: The Krug Brut Rosé NV 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 Brut Rosé NV pairs wonderfully with shellfish and pork dishes. Details Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: NV Alcohol: 12% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable Krug Champagne has been quietly redefining excellence since 1843. Six generations of the Krug family have cultivated the markedly individual character of their exceptional Champagne, showing that same single-mindedness and sense of purpose with which the founder, Johann-Joseph Krug, evidenced in his pursuit of making a unique Champagne with a taste all of its own. Today, both the 5th and 6th generations of the Krug family supervise every phase of production direct, tasting and blending Krug to meet their own exact specifications. All champagnes under the Krug name continue to age extremely well long after leaving the cellars and over time, develop an intensely rich, nutty flavour that remains remarkably fresh.

Belle Epoque Magnum & Anemone Vase

Belle Epoque Magnum & Anemone Vase

Perrier-Jouët Perrier-Jouët has released its Belle Epoque 1998 magnum, 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. Only 150 numbered vases have been created and each one is hand worked - the delicate purity of its lines echoes the hallmark finesse and elegance of the cuvée Belle Epoque, with its grand cru chardonnay wines from the Côte des Blancs. Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: 1998 Bottle size: 150cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable In 1902 Henri Gallice, the head of Champagne Perrier Jouët, asked the great Art Nouveau glass designer Émile Gallé to create a special magnum bottle for his Champagne. Gallé produced four exquisite hand-enamelled magnums, inlaid with arabesques of anemones. However, they were stored in the cellar and forgotten for nearly sixty years. In 1964, the magnums were re-discovered by Cellar Master André Baveret, who created a special prestige cuvée to be released in this spectacular bottle under the name La Belle Epoque.

Grande Cuvée

Grande Cuvée

Krug Tasting Note: The taste of Krug is greatly enhanced by an exceptionally long maturation period (six to eight years) in the Krug cellars before release. The flagship of the house, the Grande Cuvée, has an imposing character and stunning mosaic of flavours. A wonderfully creamy bouquet leads to a magical combination of weight and palate balance. The long, lingering finish is both nutty and toasty, ending with a final flourish of freshness. In the words of Henry Krug, "This is a symphony, a composition where the instruments play together, complementing each other in total harmony." Food Pairing: White Fish, Hard Cheese, Soft Cheese Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: NV Alcohol: 12% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-returnable and non-exportable. Krug Champagne has been quietly redefining excellence since 1843. Six generations of the Krug family have cultivated the markedly individual character of their exceptional Champagne, showing that same single-mindedness and sense of purpose with which the founder, Johann-Joseph Krug, evidenced in his pursuit of making a unique Champagne with a taste all of its own. Today, both the 5th and 6th generations supervise every phase of production direct, tasting and blending Krug to meet their own exact specifications. All Champagnes under the Krug name continue to age extremely well long after leaving the cellars and over time, develop an intensely rich, nutty flavour that remains remarkably fresh.

Ace of Spades Gold

Ace of Spades Gold

Armand De Brignac 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. Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier Vintage: NV Alcohol: 12.5% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable Armand de Brignac is produced by the award winning Cattier family. The family have owned and cultivated vineyards in the Montagne de Reims since 1763.The grapes used for Armand de Brignac are selected from only the finest Premier and Grand Cru vineyards in the Marne region. The ornate bottles are individually finished by hand with the application and polishing of the pewter labels.

Charles Freminet Vintage Champagne - Case of 6

Charles Freminet Vintage Champagne - Case of 6

M&S Case includes: Product information: Charles Freminet Vintage Champagne, Vintage:2004, 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 bottle:Our new Champagne, developed exclusively for the website by Chris Murphy and the team behind Oudinot. We worked closely with their winemaker to develop this Champagne, creating a style with great elegance and lively zesty lemon character. , Grape Variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, Country of origin:France, Region:Champagne, More information: Bottle size:750 ml, Alcohol content:12 %, Alcohol units per bottle:9.0, Alcohol units per serving:1.5, Serving Size:125 ml, Allergens:Sulphites, Stopper type:Cork, Consume Within:12 months of purchase

Ace of Spades Rosé

Ace of Spades Rosé

Armand De Brignac Tasting Note: The Rosé Ace of Spades has a beautiful salmon colour, the rich bouquet is pure with red fruits up front followed by delicate smoky grilled notes. The palate is fresh and full-bodied with bundles of fresh strawberries and blackcurrant the long finish is silky smooth. Food Pairing: This rosé is an ideal aperitif or a brilliant match with fish or poultry. Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay Vintage: NV Alcohol: 12.5% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable Armand de Brignac is produced by the award winning Cattier family. The family have owned and cultivated vineyards in the Montagne de Reims since 1763.The grapes used for Armand de Brignac are selected from only the finest Premier and Grand Cru vineyards in the Marne region. The ornate bottles are individually finished by hand with the application and polishing of the pewter labels.

Herbert Beaufort Grand Cru Champagne - Case of 6

Herbert Beaufort Grand Cru Champagne - Case of 6

M&S Case includes: Product information: Herbert Beaufort Grand Cru Champagne, The predominance of the Pinot Noir grapes gives this Champagne body and strength. The colour is pale gold and the bubbles are small, elegant and aplenty which makes this the perfect finishing touch for the most important of celebrations., About this bottle:Due to the location in Bouzy, the production is Pinot Noir dominant. No malolactic fermentation. Suitable for ageing for 24-30 months. "Consistently brilliant bubbly with creamy complex power and refreshment, sourced from the finest Grand Cru vineyard sites."-Olly Smith,Mail on Sunday 9-Jun-13., Grape Variety: 90% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay, Country of origin:France, Region:Bouzy, More information: Bottle size:750.000 ml, Alcohol content:12 %, Alcohol units per bottle:9, Alcohol units per serving:1.5, Serving Size:125 ml, Allergens:Sulphites, Stopper type:Natural champagne-style cork of purchase

Orpale Grand Cru Vintage Champagne - Case of 6

Orpale Grand Cru Vintage Champagne - Case of 6

M&S Case includes: Product information: Orpale Grand Cru Vintage Champagne - Single Bottle, Vintage:1998, 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 bottle: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. This example was made in the excellent 1998 vintage. The winemaker was the highly experienced Alain Coharde Champagne., Grape Variety: 100% Chardonnay, Country of origin:France, Region:Champagne, More information: Bottle size:750.000 ml, Alcohol content:12 %, Alcohol units per bottle:9, Alcohol units per serving:1.5, Serving Size:125 ml, Allergens:Sulphites, Stopper type:Natural Champagne-Style Cork, Consume Within:60 months of purchase

Cristal Rosé 2006

Cristal Rosé 2006

Louis Roederer Tasting Note: The rich nose has the freshness of red berries complemented by lightly roasted almonds and finishing with floral notes of lime blossom. The rounded and full palate is ripe and juicy with firm structure and elegance. Food Pairing: The Cristal rosé goes fantastically with lobster, smoked salmon or caviar. Details Country: France Region: Champagne Grape variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir Vintage: 2006 Alcohol: 12% Bottle size: 75cl Closure: Cork Regrettably, this product is non-exportable For purity, elegance and quality, Cristal is hard to beat. This legendary Champagne was first created by Louis Roederer for Tsar Alexander II in 1876; today it continues to meet the House precept "without compromise". Following a strict selection process, Cristal is made from the ten most celebrated House Crus using only Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes.

Louis Chaurey Champagne - Case of 6

Louis Chaurey Champagne - Case of 6

M&S Case includes: Product information: Louis Chaurey Champagne, An elegant, fresh and well-balanced champagne with a fine crisp mousse, fruity flavours of citrus and pineapple and subtle, richer hints of butter and biscuit. Louis Chaurey is made from the three classical champagne grape varieties; in this case one quarter of Chardonnay is blended with the red grapes Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. This Champagne is unoaked., About this bottle:Winemaker Philippe Launois is a veteran in the creation of Champagne, and has been working in the region for well over a decade as one of the new generation in Champagne's rich winemaking history. Louis Chaurey Champagne is made from the three classical champagne grape varieties; in this case one quarter of Chardonnay is blended with the red grapes Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier., Grape Variety: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, Country of origin:France, Region:Champagne, More information: Bottle size:750.000 ml, Alcohol content:12 %, Alcohol units per bottle:9, Alcohol units per serving:1.5, Serving Size:125 ml, Allergens:Sulphites, Stopper type:Natural Cork of purchase

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