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  1. NV Cuvée Rosé Brut, Laurent Perrier

    Using only the highest quality Pinot Noir grapes, this is one of the few rosé champagnes that is made by drawing the juice from black grapes in the vat, instead of simply blending red and white wines. This gives it the highly expressive bouquet, extraordinary depth and freshness, and delicious red berry flavours that have made it a benchmark for all rosé champagnes around the world.

  2. NV Cordon Rouge Brut, Mumm
    champagne

    NV Cordon Rouge Brut, Mumm

    (6x75cl)

    Bright white gold in colour with a fine and consistent perlage and a clean, subtle nose. The palate is packed with rich yellow peach and apricot flavours with subtle hints of toasted nuts, yeast and hints of vanilla. Finishes elegant, lengthy and dry.

  3. NV Yellow Label Brut, Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin

    Beautiful colour with straw-yellow highlights. Abundant fine bubbles. Intense, pleasant on the nose. Fruity at first, then hawthorn-flowery and slightly musky. Pleasant harmony on the palate, good freshness and liveliness. Lingering fruitiness: apple and pear.

  4. NV Blason Rosé Brut, Perrier Jouët

    Intense, luminous salmon pink with coppery highlights and a steady stream of fine bubbles. Elegant aromas of raspberries, wild strawberries and rose petals preceede the full, silky, sensual palate, the crunchy red fruit and citrus flavours show a delicate balance and great length with a dry finish.

  5. NV Special Cuvée, Bollinger
    champagne

    NV Special Cuvée, Bollinger

    (6x75cl)

    One of the finest non vintage Champagnes available, always rich, toasty and full bodied, with wonderful concentration and depth of flavour. Many Champagne houses aspire to this style but few succeed as well as Bollinger.

  6. NV Prestige Rosé, Taittinger
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    NV Prestige Rosé, Taittinger

    (12x37.5cl)

    A vibrant pink colour. The bubbles are fine, and the foam persistent. The full nose, wonderfully expressive, is fresh and young. It delivers aromas of red fruits (freshly crushed wild raspberries, cherries, blackcurrants). On the palate, this wine strikes a fine balance and is both velvety and full-bodied. The flavours are reminiscent of fresh, crisp red fruits. The palate can be summed up in three words: lively, fruity and fresh, as only a fine rose blend should be.

  7. NV Brut Rosé, Mumm
    champagne

    NV Brut Rosé, Mumm

    (6x75cl)

    Strawberry pink in hue with a luscious nose of red fruits, caramel and vanilla. The palate is medium bodied and distinctly fruity with a crisp, juicy finish.

  8. NV Nocturne, Taittinger
    champagne

    NV Nocturne, Taittinger

    (6x75cl)

    Taittinger Nocturne is a pale yellow colour with shimmering highlights. The bubbles form a delicate necklace of fine mousse. Its nose is subtle and fresh, suggestive of the delightful aromas of white blossom and ripe fruit, with overtones of yellow peaches and dried apricots. The first impression on the palate is soft and mellow and remains very fresh. It is dominated by flavours reminiscent of raisins and fruit in syrup. The aftertaste is long and soft with an enjoyable and full of flavour sweetness. All in all, a mature, rounded, rich, mellow wine of intense smoothness, tenderness and passion.

  9. NV Grande Cuvée, Krug
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    NV Grande Cuvée, Krug

    (6x75cl)

    Undoubtedly the King of Champagne Krug consistently produces the finest wines that Champagne have to offer. Rich and complex with a characteristic toasty quality on the nose, this champagne has the most delicate and fine bubbles imaginable. On the palate the complexity continues with a nuttiness combining with a fresh lemony acidity. An outstanding wine suitable for any occasion.

  10. NV Brut Rosé, Bollinger
    champagne

    NV Brut Rosé, Bollinger

    (6x75cl)

    The wine reveals all the fullness of expression of the Special Cuvée to the nose. All Bollinger is there: presence and modesty, power and delicacy. And yet other notes come to the fore in the mouth: small wild berries in the countryside on hot summer afternoons. Raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries — the first note of acidity is jolted by the sensuousness of the flesh. An impertinent flavour dances in the mouth, but the lively, joyous sparkle of the fruit is always contained by the wine’s precise structure, which gains in fullness and climaxes with mellow notes that stay on the palate and resound in the memory for a long time.

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