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Despite what the French may tell you, 'Champagne' wine was not invented by the famed monk Dom Pérignon - it was the English! It is largely thanks to 17th-century scientist Christopher Merrit and the superior glass production techniques in England that we have champagne today; though the myth of Perignon stuck better than the truth, and his name is now associated with the prestige cuvee of Moet & Chandon. Now 'Champagne' can refer only to sparkling wine of a certain style, produced in the Champagne region. But while it's the most famous type, don't overlook the extraordinary range of other sparkling wines available, like prosecco and methode traditionelle.
  1. Bollinger's Grande Année Rosé champagne is a subtler wine than its non-vintage counter-part. Onion skin in colour and more delicate aromas.
    $259.95 Bottle

    special $239.86

  2. Every Grand Vintage is unique and original, the Cellar Master’s free, personal interpretation in service of revealing the exceptional personality of singular vintage years.
    $109.95 Bottle

    special $99.86

    Out of stock

  3. 100% Chardonnay from some of the most prestigious vineyards in the Champagne region. Citrus, peach and white flower aromas evolve into a fresh and supple palate, ideal when married with oysters and sashimi.
  4. Embrace the history of the First Champagne House and explore Ruinart's champagnes selection, where Chardonnay brings elegance, purity and aromatic freshness.
  5. Charming at any time of day (or night…), its harmonious and fully round character will delight any palate. Ready to drink now, but you can also keep it for 2 or 3 years.
  6. Palmer Brut Reserve is based on a selection of wines from the best vineyards in the Champagne region. The Premiers and Grands Crus from the Montagne de Reims area predominate and lend their distinctive personality to these wines.
  7. Made from a combination of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grown in the vineyards of Burgundy. It is as close as you'll get to champers without the price tag
  8. Very highly regarded, particularly by restaurants, it is a crisp style with perfect balance and a very fine mousse,
  9. The quintessential Yellow Label - famous the world over.
    $71.95 Bottle

    special $68.95

  10. From this highly-acclaimed House, a delightful rose with a charming, fruity nose and palate with hints of crushed respberries and roasted nuts.
  11. Collet have been making Champagne in the French village of Ay since 1921
  12. A Chardonnay predominant Champagne offering an exotic floral fragrance and teasing edge of honey. Charming toastiness and beautiful poise and elegance. Refined and delicious.
    $66.95 Bottle

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Despite what the French may tell you, 'Champagne' wine was not invented by the famed monk Dom Pérignon - it was the English! It is largely thanks to 17th-century scientist Christopher Merrit and the superior glass production techniques in England that we have champagne today; though the myth of Perignon stuck better than the truth, and his name is now associated with the prestige cuvee of Moet & Chandon. Now 'Champagne' can refer only to sparkling wine of a certain style, produced in the Champagne region. But while it's the most famous type, don't overlook the extraordinary range of other sparkling wines available, like prosecco and methode traditionelle.