Champagne is the king of sparkling wines and must be made in the Champagne region of France to be considered champagne. Champagne is produced using the black pinot noir and pinot meunier grapes and the white chardonnay grape. Sparkling wines made outside of the region of Champagne are simply known as sparkling wine and include Italy’s prosecco and moscato d’asti, cava from Spain, cremant from other regions of France and a vast array of other fantastic sparkling wines from Australia, New Zealand and America among other producers. The bubbles in sparkling wines are formed during a second fermentation period when sugar and yeast are added to a still wine.
Beau Joie Brut is produced by Champagne house Bertrand Senecourt. Innovatively packaged in a recycled-copper casing (that itself is fully recyclable) which keeps the bottle colder for longer, this is a blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay. A zero-dosage Champagne, balanced by sweetness of fruit, that will match well with food.
Bollinger La Grande Annee is much more than a simple vintage. It is the interpretation of an outstanding grape harvest, which resulted in a wine worthy of continuing the tradition of the Maison’s prestigious great vintages. During these special years, grapes from Grands and Premiers Crus are vinified and the blend reveals a beautiful harmony that embodies the intuition felt at the moment of the grape harvest.
Bollinger's new release is a treat. Red cherries and raspberries mingle on the deep, inviting nose. The palate displays vibrancy and further red fruit notes but with a dark twist. High polished and with admirable complexity for a Rosé.
Special Cuvée remains the epitome of the Bollinger style guaranteed by the unique stock of 600,000 magnums of reserve wines stored in cellars beneath the streets of Ay and skillfully blended by Chef de Cave Mathieu Kauffmann.
The Bottega Gold liquid is DOCG quality Prosecco, produced 100% from juice for enhanced quality and freshness.
Tasting note: Elegant and fresh, with aromas of golden apples, Poire William and acacia flowers.
Great to share, as an aperitif, great with food - especially seafood - and in cocktails.
Champagne Collet is an iconic Champagne brand and its elegant Art Deco packaging is evocative of the Belle Epoque era from when it was established. An intense and luminous peachy pink rosé delivers delicate aromas of mandarin, peach, mulberries and raspberries. Refreshing, with a richness of fruit and a subtle hint of cocoa which is supported by a round, supple and velvety structure.
Thanks tothe Chardonnay's grape, this champagne expresses entirely its freshness and its brightness. The Pinot Noir asserts the character of this blend and gives it roundneee and hints offresh fruits aromas.
WEB EXCLUSIVE PRICE----------------------------------------------Deutz Brut Classic is a fine non vintage blend, using equal proportions of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier rounded out by a high proportion (20 - 40%) of reserve wines.
Resulting in a beautifully pure, elegant wine, with a refreshing lemony aroma and a delicate mousse. Dry and with plenty of substance.
There's an aromatic floral note to the flavours of apricot, ripe apple, smoky mineral, kumquat and lemon zest in this firm bubbly, which is fine-grained and balanced, with a lively, moderate finish." -awarded 90 points by Wine Spectator, November 2011.
Salmon-pink with fine bubbles, with aromas of cherries, blackberries, pomegranates and red currants. A deliciously full body, with flavours of strawberries and raspberries and a pleasantly well-balanced finish.
Nose: The first hints of fresh almond and harvest aromas immediately open up into preserved lemon and dried fruits, the whole rounded off by darker smoky and toasted qualities. Palate: The presence of the wine on the palate is immediately captivating. Paradoxically concentrated yet creamy, it is energetic and warm in the mouth, focusing on the fruit, then gradually taking on more profound bass notes. The whole holds its note perfectly, intensively, with just a subtle, elegant hint of underlying bitterness.
The Bottega Fragolino Rosso is a sparkling wine made by Bottega from the region of Veneto that is made with fragola and has an alcoholic content of 10%. The Bottega Fragolino Rosso pairs excellently with rice and desserts
1996 Vintage Champagne . There isn't anything else quite like it.
Héloïse Lloris Tête De Cuvée Premier Cru Vintage 1996. Limited edition handcrafted bottle, finished in 24 carat gold. Disgorged to order.
Producer: Ca' De' Medici Vintage: NV Region: Emilia-Romagna Varietal: Lambrusco (100%) Color: Red The Sorbara, in honor of the company founder Remigio Medici, is made with 100% Lambrusco grapes, and is a dry mineral red, semi-sparkling wine that is velvety, intense, fruity, fine and persistent.
Pairs well with assorted Salumi, Cheeses, Light Pasta Dishes oor as an Aperitif
Appearance: Crystal clear and bright. Very fine and strong bead.
Nose: Intense and refined. The aromas range from flowers (honeysuckle) to citrus and white fruit. The overall impression is very fresh.
Taste: Light and delicate with surprising length. Fruit, flower and minerals flavours mingle to give a wonderfully pure and crisp taste.
Fine bubbles and a nose of fresh fruit and hawthorn. Smooth, complex palate mingling flavours of white-fleshed fruit with red berries and notes of toast and almonds. The embodiment of Louis Roederer style.
Brilliant yellow with fine bubbles. Intense and delicate, honey, cocoa, lightly toasted hazelnuts and candied citrus fruit aromas. Silky, concentrated texture, under pinned by an intense, powerful and vinous structure, but retaining its elegance. A fresh finish.
Luc Belaire Brut is a fantastic sparkling wine that proves it's not only Champagne that produces quality sparkling , French wine. A crisp little Blanc de Blanc that's alive with flowers, stone fruits and citrus.
Luc Belaire is a new sparkling wine that is made in Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, the region in South-Eastern France famous for its beautiful weather, picturesque landscape, and great rosé wines.
The Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur is home of the World's finest rosé wines and the stunning French Riviera cities of Nice, Monaco, St-Tropez, Marseilles, Grasse and Toulon
Luc Belaire Rose is a light sparkling beauty from Provence, where all the best Rose wine comes from. It is as beautiful as it looks, and it looks very pretty. A stunning blend of Syrah, Cinsault and Grenache, it's full of flavour, and makes a darn fine cocktail too.