Produced from grapes grown in the north-east of Italy; this wine is classic Prosecco with an abundance of fizz and a wonderful palate of fresh apple, pear and a just a hint of white peach.
Very delicate bouquet, with hints of bread and citrus fruit; the palate is fresh, aromatic, dry and soft. Made from the Glera grape variety harvested from the Prosecco region; gently pressed the juice is cool-fermented without skin contact
Elegantly packaged in clear glass and silver; this relatively full-bodied Prosecco is described as 'Brut' which indicates its dry style; 'Brut' wines are in fact drier than those labelled 'Extra Dry'. Shows notes of pear and apple on the refreshing palate.
This sparkling wine is pale, golden straw in colour. Bubbles are full textured and persistent. Fruity and fragrant with clean notes of citrus, pears and apples along with slight hints of hawthorn, wisteria and elder floral fragrances and crisp effervescence that characterise a top quality Prosecco.
Made from Glera grapes, grown in the Valdobbiadene hills which are hand-picked and gently pressed in the winery. The must obtained is fermented in for nearly 40 days, at about 15° C, with the addition of selected yeasts. Characteristic, fruity with scents of golden apple, Williams pear, acacia flowers and lily of the valley.
A light, fresh, vigorously youthful Champagne with a fine, elegant, slightly lemony nose, lively mousse and long, crisp palate. Outstanding value and consistently good. There is a high percentage of Pinot grapes (both Noir and Meunier) in the blend.
Produced in the Epernay region of Champagne, and dating back to 1811, Perrier Jouët consistently produces excellent Champagnes. The style is friendly and open, with a refreshing ripeness to the soft, appley fruit and a zesty mousse. The subtlety of the Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut cuvée and its floral and fruity fragrances is an incredibly light and agreeable fresh champagne. Blosseon, honeysuckle and yellow fruit flavours will magnificently reveal the delicate flavours of poultry and the sweetness of vanilla aromas.
Laurent-Perrier is the largest family-owned champagne house in France and its non-vintage champagne is a great example of why it is so popular. Made from Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, this is a deliciously fresh and elegant champagne, with great balance of fruity flavours and creamy texture. A signature celebration fizz.
Vibrant, generous and alluring, the Moët Impérial style is distinguished by a bright fruitiness with notes of green apple and white flowers. The wine's enticing palate, redolent of white-fleshed fruits and citrus, is enhanced by fine bubbles and its elegant maturity is revealed in notes of brioche and wheat.
'Only one quality, the finest'. This is the motto of the House of Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, founded in Reims 1772. A blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier, this cuvée bears the famous 'Clicquot Yellow' label, a symbol of excellence recognized throughout the world.
From a Champagne house with a long and distinguished history dating back to 1729, making it the oldest still producing wine. Made from a blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, reserve wines making up 25% of the blend, the palate is rich and creamy with a touch of butterscotch, brioche, white fleshed pear and aromas of white flowers.
Ready, set, rosé! Dive into summer with an all-new champagne “on the rocks” experience. Introducing Moët Ice Impérial Rosé, the world’s first rosé champagne specifically created to be enjoyed on ice. It’s a fresh and vibrant new rosé expression of the groundbreaking Moët Ice Impérial.
In its elegant bottle of late 16th century inspiration, this rosé champagne is memorable for its freshness and unique aromas of fresh-picked red berries. Champagne of France
Less is not more, make sure you don't run out of Champagne with this amazing magnum! Lively and generous, Moët & Chandon Impérial distinguishes itself by a bright fruitiness, a seductive palate and an elegant maturity. Its aromas are radiant, revealing bright white-fleshed fruits (apple, pear, white peach), citrus fruits, floral lime blossom and elegant blond notes (brioche and fresh nuts). The palate is richly flavourful and smooth combining generosity and elegance, followed by a delicately fresh crispiness to reveal the magical balance of champagne.
Best food pairing: It is perfect with sushi and dumplings, shellfish and fish in light sauces, poached, roasted, or lightly sauced white meats, and fresh fruit salads that are not too sweet.
The bouquet spirals through sweet, bright floral notes and the lively minerality so typical of Dom Pérignon, then notes of candied fruit, plants, the incredible freshness of camphor leaf and finally the dark hints of spices and liquorice root. The wine is currently still physical. It is compelling, tactile and vibrant rather than aromatic. The rhythm and tempo are more dominant than the melody. At first mild and delicate, then strongly, confidently mineral, persistent, precise, with a refined bitterness, and an iodine, saline tang. A classic accompaniment to any stylish celebration.