This fantastic vintage from Denis Patoux blends all three grape varieties to create an aromatic champagne with deep flavours of honey, caramel and toffee apple. Aged for 15 years, this champagne is a fine example of a great vintage year and is perfect for stronger foods. From the Vallée de la Marne, Vandières. Available by the case here.
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 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.
A champagne oozing elegance and finesse, surprisingly fresh for a 2002, although we feel this is a very present characteristic of this year compared to others. A light champagne, with apple and elderflower notes, developing into dark chocolate aromas on the nose and a crisp, minerality on the palate. Great with white fish and poultry. From the aptly named village of Bouzy in the Marne. Winner of 2* Guide Hachette 2014, a remarkable wine. Available by the case here.
BLEND50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay
NOSEHoney, Toffee, Dried Fruit
PALATEBrioche, Biscuit, Spiced Fruit Bread, Vanilla
IDEAL FOROn its own for a Toast or with a Rich Dessert
Named in homage to the patron saint of wine growers, this beautiful 2007 vintage 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. Available by the case here. Winner of 1* in the Guide Hachette 2014!