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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. These three great sparkling wines from Wairarapa and Marlborough are sure to be a hit this summer. This bubbly pack, which is exclusive to Moore Wilson's, is a great gift for the Bubbly lover in your family.
    $69.95 Pack
  2. Beautifully rose gold in colour - aging on lees in bottle for at least 36 months delivers a wine rich in complexity with brioche flavours layered with hints of apple blossom and citrus.
  3. With a golden colour and tiny, persistent beads, Johanneshof EMMI is a gloriously rich and complex wine, the beautifully fragrant bouquet shows dried figs, almond, brioche, citrus and yeast characters.
    $43.95 Bottle
  4. This small-grower Blanc de Noir Champagne is 100% Pinot Noir from the Grand Cru vineyards of the Bouzy subregion. Outstanding value for this well-made champagne. Toasted and fruity nose, a bit smoky, with some ripe fruit and some zest at the finish.
  5. Mumm Marlborough is a distinctive sparkling wine that marries the best of New Zealand Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes with the Methode Traditionnalle style of French winemaking. The Result is a refine, elegant wine of exceptional quality and delightfully fruity notes.
  6. The Vintage is white gold in colour with a fine sparkle. The nose displays both mineral and chalky notes giving way to elegant grapefruit and white fruit aromas. On the palate it is lively, the wine has depth with a persistent freshness and notes of bitter orange and lemon on the finish.

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  7. Dom Pérignon is vintage champagne only. Each vintage is a creation, singular and unique, that expresses both the character of the year, and the character of Dom Pérignon. After at least eight years of elaboration in the cellars, the wine embodies the perfect balance of Dom Pérignon, the Plénitude of harmony.
  8. This Premium Prosecco from the prestigious Valdobbiadene subregion is fine and elegant, fresh and crisp on the palate leading to a citrus finish. Green apple and hints of white peach invites you to a second glass.
    $22.95 Bottle
  9. Spice, cherry and mulberry, with hints of cedar on the nose. The palate is generous, showing great texture and mouthfeel,. It displays liquorice, spicy black plum, red currant, and blackberry, with a tinge of pepper.
  10. Vintage 2012 is the expression of a prodigious harvest, despite an extremely challenging climate throughout the year. Introduced in 2019, Vintage Brut 2012 is Veuve Clicquot’s 66th vintage champagne release.

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  11. Fine bright perlage and light rosé colour. Delicate and complex bouquet with fruity notes that remind of peach, green apple and lemon. Floral notes of acacia and rose. Fresh and light on the palate, with balanced acidity and body. Round and full bodied structure.

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  12. A bright Rosé with fine perlage. Ripe red berries and white flowers on the nose. The wine is extremely fresh yet velvety on the palate.

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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.