A bright, pale yellow gold in the glass with aromas of toasted hazelnuts, butter, honey and stone fruits. Exceptional depth and complexity with seamless oak integration. Long, minerally-dry finish.
Perrier-Jouët is the first Champagne House to have created a dry champagne, which led to the birth of the famous Brut in 1856. A direct descendant of this tradition, the most widely-drunk wine in the world, Grand Brut exemplifies the House style: floral, elegant and chiselled.
La Cuvée is pale gold with a steady stream of fine bubbles. The nose has delicate aromas of citrus fruits, underpinned by hints of white flowers.
A perfect balance between freshness and finesse, the palate is full-bodied, complex and creamy, displaying great length on the finish.
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This is glorious Champagne by any standards: a coeur de cuvée from old vines. Wonderful flower and vanilla-pudding aromas. Exceptional intensity of flavour that is concentrated and luxurious whilst still being wonderfully mineral and snappy. Only produced in the best years, this is an elegant and concentrated champagne.
92 points - Wine Spectator
Voted the No 1 Growers Champagne
A brilliant golden yellow colour in the glass. A fine and delicate nose, with aromas of honey, dried fruit and vanilla from the oak. On the palate there are wonderfully ripe orchard fruits and a firm minerality.
Citrus, vanilla and hazelnut aromas on the nose. On the palate this wine is exceptionally well balanced. There are slightly exotic fruit notes intermingled with classic orchard fruit. Well integrated oak and a fine, persistent finish.
Fine mineral aromas with stone fruit notes. On the palate there is a depth of flavour expected of a grand cru, supported by decent acidity and a mineral core. Very long finish. This is Chablis at its purest...sublime.
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Crisp, light and airy, yet with everything in the right proportion. Vibrant and focused, showing ginger, lemon and mineral elements. This is a lassic example of the 100% Chardonnay Champagne style 'Blanc de Blanc' from an award winning producer.
Symbol of the precise and elegant style of Champagne Henriot’s wines. Brut Souverain appeals with its nose of white flower and citrus fruit notes. A lively, fresh and balanced attack, with pastry, spice (vanilla) and fruity (morello cherry, candied plum) flavours. A clean and refreshing finish with great length and persistence.
"Very racy, direct, clean and breezy, Really neat and concentrated. The flagship blend from this champagne grower in Merfy is a great bargain." Jancis Robinson, ft.com 29/11/13
Recommended in the FT - Jancis Robinson's Top 100 Festive Sparkling Wines 2013
A fine and delicate Chablis with aromas of white flowers such as acacia and hawthorn, along with ripe white peach. The palate is full and beautifully weighted exhibiting more fruit and well balanced minerality.
Set in the heart of the Corbières region, Château Haut Gléon has a nose of ripe fruit (quince jelly and dried fruit) accented with hints of flowers (honeysuckle, acacia) and spices (vanilla, cinnamon). Soft, rich mouth with spicy flavours. Good length and intense aromatic finish.
Bright gold with white fruit, flowers, citrus notes and toasty complexity. Fresh flavours of stone fruis with grapefruit freshness. Perfect with grilled scallops with orange beurre blanc, poultry with creamy sauce, or soft cheeses.
Château Padouën, based in Barsac, has a good 3 hectare site in Sauternes situated on a clay-gravel rise and surrounded by the great growths.
Padouën create a rich, concentrated, golden-coloured Sauternes that has notes of honey, dried apricots and almonds with some tangy acidity to add balance.
Characteristic pale golden colour. A seductive mineral nose with some white flower notes. Medium bodied with crisp acidity and good minerality, ending with a fruity citrus finish. A classic white Burgundy offering great value.