An elegant Pinot Noir based sparkling is gently refreshing and has a lovely mouth feel. Carefully blended from our barrel aged reserves is has a wonderfully soft fruit character redolent of red apples and subtle spices.
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier. Our signature blend Bloomsbury is light golden in colour with a fine, persistent mouth. Official wine served for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee!
Presents a rich golden colour with exceptionally fine bubbles. The nose is expressive with hints of red fruits. Served at Great reception at Lancaster House to the Prime Minister and UK Business Leaders!
This limited-edition Rosé de Noir is made from the saignée method by drawing colour at the initial pressing stage. A delicate rose petal pink with an abundance of fine bubbles.
This sparkling wine is made using the traditional Champagne method and traditional champagne grapes of Pinot Noir, burgundy clone, and our favourite Pinot Blanc vines.
An amazing full bodied wine with a golden hue, fine bubbles, ripe fruit and toasty richness. This lovely bubbly is made in the traditional 'methode champenoise', from a single grape variety, Seyval Blanc, which is carefully handpicked to produce a truly remarkable Welsh Brut.
A delicate pale gold with silvery highlights, persistent bubbles lead to an exceptional mousse.Trophy World’s Best Sparkling Wine – Decanter World Wine Awards 2010!
A deep golden colour with a persistent fine stream of bubbles. The finish is long-lasting and beautifully balanced. A favourite of Maximillan Riedel!
A light subtle sparkling rosé, petal pink with a pleasant persistent mousse, a delicate nose, light and crisp on the palate, displaying mellowing orchard fruit. Another vintage Brut blended from Seyval Blanc and Triomphe d'Alsace grapes. It is made in the traditional 'methode champenoise', fermented in the bottle.
Grape Varieties: Seyval Blanc and Triomphe d'Alsace.
Really individual English style in the best possible way. Delicate salmon pink colour, lovely floral and strawberry aromas, pure refreshing palate. Described by Victoria Moore as ‘a triumph, it’s completely delicious – like a wild cherry blossom nose-kiss’.
An elegant sparkler with a pearlescent hue, a fine filigree mousse, with youthful red fruits on the nose and a fabulously long finish.
Appearance: A vibrant soft pink with steady fine bubbles.
Nose: Wild strawberries, pepper and redcurrant.
Palate: A bright, fruit-driven palate with a richness of honey and hints of brioche and almond.
Appearance: Delicate fine bubbles, golden colour with slight blush tint.
Nose: Underlying lemons, peach and apricot are accompanied by cooked apples, breadcrumbs, honey and almond.
Palate: Great depth and length, with crisp finesse and full-mouthfeel.
A very stylish, single vintage, traditional method, quality sparkling wine.
Elegant fruit and hazelnut aromas complement the smooth texture and creamy
finish. Gentle fruit and lovely length. All fruit was hand-picked then whole-bunch
pressed and fermented in stainless steel for around 14 days prior to malolactic
fermentation. Bottle-fermented and lees aged for 18 months prior to
2019 - Silver, TEXSOM Wine Awards - 2014 vintage
2019 - Silver, International Wine Challenge (Tranche 1) - 2016 vintage
2019 - Best English Sparkling Wine, Best English Magnum & Best English Rosé Vintage, Champagne and
Sparkling Wine World Championships - 2016 vintage (magnum)
2019 - Gold, Glass of Bubbly Awards - 2016 vintage
2019 - Silver, Decanter World Wine Awards - 2016 vintage
2019 - Silver, Sommeliers Choice Awards - 2014 vintage
The attack reveals an aromatic intensity with a remarkable fullness and the smooth, sweet flavours of white flowers, red fruits, caramel, and Tarte Tatin. The full, round, and refined texture in the initial attack, which is characteristic of the Louis Roederer Champagne House, is complemented by a winey-though not full-bodied-structure and a remarkable freshness, giving an impression of great finesse and strengthening the wine’s precision.
La Grande Année 2014 is the perfect champagne for gourmet food. To fully appreciate its unique style and aromas, this wine is best served between 8 and 10°C. You can enjoy La Grande Année 2014 now or choose to age it in your cellar.
Colour: Tinted with golden glints that reflect the wine’s maturity and Bollinger vinification techniques.
Nose: A precise and fruity nose with a slight scent of sea-air. Aromas of cherry and lemon mingle with quince and bergamot. Then notes of hazelnut and almond, peach and mirabelle plum complete this wine’s range of aromas.
Composed around the 2012 harvest, Krug Grande Cuvée 169ème Édition is an expressive and elegant blend of 198 reserve wines from 11 different years.
Henri Krug said, 'Krug Grand Cuvee is as a symphony, a composition where all the instruments play together, complimenting each other in total harmony'.
The composition of the cuvee is a stunning mosaic of flavours where the three champagne grapes, 20-25 growths and 6-10 different years, combine to give Grand Cuvee its complexity, elegance and consistency year after year, blend after blend.
The bouquet is wonderfully creamy, leading to a magical combination of weight and balance on the palate.
The long, lingering finish is both nutty and toasty, ending with a final flourish of freshness. Leave a comment0 Comments
The shape of the badge on the bottle dates back from Henry V and is one of the rare Pink Champagnes obtained by maceration which gives its remarkable flavour.
10 different crus originate from the most beautiful areas of Champagne; Ambonnay, Bouzy, Louvois and Tours sor Marne.
Maturation takes a minimum of four years and disgogement is carried out manually.
100% Pinot Noir, a salmony colour, frank and fresh on the nose with a large array of small red berries.
The fruit is dominant in the mouth with first impressions being very acidulous and frank and should be served at between 8-10 degrees and can accompany poultry, young cheeses and fruit desserts.
To produce Laurent-Perrier's luxury cuvee, Bernard de Nonancourt decided to concentrate on two of the mainstays of Champagne's know-how: the blending of different crus (wines from separate villages) and from different harvest years.
The epitome of Champagne blending, Grand Siecle calls on wines from the finest growths and the very best harvests; years which have been declared as vintages by Laurent-Perrier. Made to be given or shared with friends and family, it is a very seductive Champagne, totally enjoyable.