The 1995 vintage version of Drappier's prestigious Carte d'Or, this oozes luxury. Majority Pinot Noir, it has deep, musty, fruity flavours, with a fresh kick of Chardonnay. You can really taste the terroir with this champagne, earthy and minerally. A must try! Great with mature cheese after dinner or dark chocolate! Available by the case here.
A stunning rosé champagne from the Drappier house, made through the maceration of 100% Pinot Noir grapes. This champagne has an intense flavour of deep red fruits. It is a dry champagne, with red fruit flavours of strawberries and raspberries, not too long on the palate. Rumour has it that Drappier's rosé is also enjoyed at the Elysée Palace in Paris. For the case, click here.
Drouilly is one of very few winemakers to use oak barrels across his range of champagnes. The Cuvée Tradition is from the harvest of 2006, aged for 4 years on oak, which gives it a deep gold colour and rich earthy flavour. One of only a handful of champagnes to have won 3 stars (an exceptional wine) from Le Guide Hachette in 2011. Another perfect accompaniment with roast dinners and stronger meats. Available by the case here.
A new addition from the Drouilly house, and another of our best sellers, this beautiful pink champagne has a higher sugar content than a Brut. Due to the higher sugar content, it is a richer rosé, accentuating the fruity flavours and adding a spicy touch. An extremely quaffable champagne suitable for dishes with light sauces and yogurt.
Named in homage to the patron saint of wine growers, this beautiful 2007 vintage is the latest to be launched by Jean-Jacques Lamoureux. It has a refinement and maturity that would match any celebration. The aged Pinot Noir and Chardonnay blend together to create a warm ensemble of dried fruit and conserves. Great for after dinner toasts. Winner of 1* in the Guide Hachette 2014!Available by the case here.
A fine champagne blended from 12 different vintage years' of exceptional reserve wines. It is named after the great grandfather of the current proprieter, who planted the family's first vines at the turn of the last century. A beautifully structured champagne with warm bready notes, fresh figs and apple pie. Winner of numerous awards and recommendations, including a 17/20 from the Gilbert & Gaillard guide 2012.Available by the case here.