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!
A supersized version of the 1995 Carte d'Or, aged in a magnum bottle, which makes this an even finer champagne. Not only does this taste even better, it also looks great at any celebration. Presented in a dark wood, silk lined gift box.
From the predominantly Pinot Noir area of the Aube, this 2007 vintage Blanc de Blancs is a rare find. Aged Chardonnay gives a wonderful warmth and depth of flavour to this champagne, with dried fruits on the nose and buttery notes on the palate. Great with smoked salmon or charcuterie.
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.
Majority Chardonnay, this 2004 vintage shows the very best of the terroir, with slight hints of the chalky soil, bursts of freshness, fruity notes and then finishing with a warm brioche and buttery climax. Great with soft cheese or smoked salmon. Winner of one Guide Hachette start in 2012.