Premium Champagne  Mixed - 6 Pack Value

Premium Champagne Mixed - 6 Pack Value

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1 x Bollinger Brut Special Cuvée - Gift Box - Champagne, France

LE GUIDE HACHETTE DES VINS, Recognition won: 2 Stars Coup de Coeur

96/100 Halliday Wine Companion
93/100 James Suckling
93/100 Decanter
93/100 Wine Spectator
94/100 Gilbert & Gaillard
92/100 Wine Enthusiast
16/20 Vinum Wine Magazine

Halliday Wine Companion "Bollinger is second only to Krug with the depth and complexity of its reserve. The accent is firmly on pinot noir from Premier and Grand Cru sources. Small wonder it is of towering power and complexity capable of handling any food match. Exceptional bargain."

James Suckling "Lots of biscuit aromas and a wide spectrum of fresh-citrus, candied-citrus, red-apple and red-berry notes. Mouth-filling creaminess, plus quite an imposing presence and powerful structure for an NV Brut. Long, citrus and chalky finish that’s very clean and properly dry. 60% pinot noir, 30% chardonnay, 10% pinot meunier. Almost 20% barrel fermented and 62% reserve wines."

Decanter "..Excellent fine mousse, dry and refreshing....Delicate aromas of spiced baked apples, pear, quince, a touch of raspberry and notes of brioche and biscuits. "

Wine Spectator "This harmonious Champagne is wonderfully vibrant as it dances across the palate, with the satinlike mousse carrying flavors of white cherry, Marcona almond and ground coffee that show accents of candied kumquat, ginger, aromatic verbena and graphite. A streak of racy salinity emerges on mouthwatering finish. Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier."

Gilbert & Gaillard "A successful, racy Champagne that lingers on the palate...Beautiful, brilliant, clear light gold. Delicate nose offering up fruity and biscuit accents. The palate is fleshy, fresh and delivers more of the same compelling, chiselled aromas."

Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast "Dominated, as always, by Pinot Noir and with wood fermentation and aging, this Champagne has a great poise between freshness and richness. It is intense and ripe, with apple and minerality coming together."

Vinum Wine Magazine "Superb, seductive bouquet of pastries, spices and exotic fruits; elegant attack, slim but dense development, has flesh, great elegance and finesse and ideal length; belongs again to the best Brut of Champagne."

Bollinger is perhaps one of the most recognisable French Champagne houses internationally. Founded in 1829 in Champagne, France, Bollinger has continuously created prestigious champagnes with a unique powerful character that is distinguished by their elegance and complexity; nothing less than excellence is permitted. It is because of this pursuit of perfection that Bollingers has been awarded the Royal Warrant since 1884.

The Bollinger vineyard covers 179 hectares, most of which are classified Grand or Premier cru. Pinot Noir predominates, a demanding grape variety with an intense character which forms the backbone of the Bollinger style. Continuity of style is ensured by an exceptional collection of over 800,000 reserve magnums, making Bollinger the only champagne House with such a wide and precise palette of aromas for their blends. As a guarantee of supreme quality, the best crus are vinified in wood thanks to a stock of 4,000 small, aged casks. Bollinger lets its wines mature for twice as long as the appellation requirement. This is not out of vanity, but because a great wine needs the luxury of time to develop its full character.

The Champagne region lies at the northern edge of the world's vineyard-growing areas, with lower average temperatures than any other French wine region. In this kind of cool climate, the growing season is rarely warm enough to ripen grapes to the levels required for standard winemaking. Even in temperate years, Champagne's grapes still bear the hallmark acidity of a marginal climate, and it was only the discovery of secondary fermentation that provided a wine style capable of harnessing – and even embracing – this tartness.

Champagne is the most iconic sparkling wine in the world, produced in the region of Champagne in France. Synonymous with celebration, champagne is typically produced from a few specific varieties of grapes: pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. With effervescent flavors of citrus, almond, and apple, champagne comes in varying levels of sweetness and has a moderate amount of alcohol. The most treasured Champagnes age for a minimum of 3 years.

1 x Deutz Brut Classic - Gift Box - Champagne, France

93/100 Falstaff
92/100 The Real Review
91/100 Wine Spectator
91/100 Gilbert & Gaillard
90/100 Wine Enthusiast
90/100 Decanter
90/100 Tom Cannavan
16.5/20 Vinum Wine Magazine

The Real Review "A very good NV.....It's rich and quite full-bodied....A Light, bright yellow colour and a rich, nougat and hazelnut aroma, suggesting a touch of barrel - but subtle. The palate is quite full, dry and straw-like in its flavour, with a firm finish accompanied by some phenolic grip."

Gilbert & Gaillard "..A stylish Brut Champagne for an elaborate aperitif....Light gold with fine bubbles. The nose is appealing with clean expression intermixing raspberry and stone fruit notes. The palate is fresh yet lush with savoury fruit-driven persistence. "

Wine Enthusiast "In the delicate, elegant style that is the Deutz house hallmark, this Champagne is beautifully understated, with its balance and touches of toast in harmony."

Wine Enthusiast "The elegance of this nonvintage cuvée sums up the style of the house, balancing acidity with a dosage that is just right. The white fruits and tangy edge are refreshing and intense."

Wine Spectator "Apple blossom and graphite aromas lace flavors of Asian pear, blanched almond and lemon curd in this sleek Champagne. Fresh and linear, with a fine, creamy mousse."

Decanter "Distinctively Deutz in style with vinosity and verve, this is fresh, elegant and round with a precocious ripeness and good depth. The base is largely the 2015 vintage (50%) with additions from 2013 and 2014 reserve wines. As always, it's an equal blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, sourced from premier cru and grand cru vineyards from the Marne area."

Tom Cannavan "There is 35% of reserve wines in this cuvée, and a dosage of 9g/l. Quite a developed yeastiness, with lots of russet apple, nutty and juiciness, but then white flower and nettle. Very delicate, a gentle mousse, with lovely orangey acidity and fruit freshness, very crisp and tapering. Whilst dry, not austere."

Vinum Wine Magazine (translated) "the ideal sparkling wine for every occasion."

Falstaff (translated) "Juicy, elegant, fine structure, mineral, slightly restrained white fruit..Light yellow-green, silver reflections, lively mousseux. A bit of peach, delicate white tropical fruit, a hint of biscuit, citrus nuances. ."

The Deutz style - one of elegance, finesse yet with a distinct vinosity. Founded in 1883 within the Champagne town of Ay, Deutz is located in prime Pinot Noir terroir, allowing Deutz to make exquisite and exceptional champagne. Deutz champagnes are made using a traditional winemaking process. Oak is entirely eschewed here to emphasise purity and freshness. The base wines are fermented at low temperatures to preserve aromatics and all the wines go through malolactic fermentation. The Brut Classic NV, at one end of the spectrum, spends three years on its lees, while the cuvée William Deutz spends up to 10 years on its lees.

Champagne is the most iconic sparkling wine in the world, produced in the region of Champagne in France. Synonymous with celebration, champagne is typically produced from a few specific varieties of grapes: pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. With effervescent flavors of citrus, almond, and apple, champagne comes in varying levels of sweetness and has a moderate amount of alcohol. The most treasured Champagnes age for a minimum of 3 years.

The Champagne region is located 140 kilometres from Paris, France. While the vines in this region have been producing wine since the Roman era, it is only in the past couple of hundred years that winemakers began producing Champagne using méthode champenoise - the complex method that produces the style of Champagne the world knows and loves today. Another important component of the production of champagne is the chalk and limestone soils which dominate the Champagne region. Vines grown in these conditions result in wines that are high in acidity - a key component to making good sparkling wine. Champagne's northerly location - about as north as grapes can ripen - also allow for higher acidity and lower alcohol levels which are also very important for producing quality sparkling wine.

1 x Laurent Perrier Brut La Cuvée Champagne - Champagne, France

93/100 Falstaff
92/100 The Real Review
91/100 Wine Spectator
91/100 Gilbert & Gaillard
90/100 Wine Enthusiast
90/100 Decanter
90/100 Tom Cannavan
16.5/20 Vinum Wine Magazine

The Real Review "A very good NV.....It's rich and quite full-bodied....A Light, bright yellow colour and a rich, nougat and hazelnut aroma, suggesting a touch of barrel - but subtle. The palate is quite full, dry and straw-like in its flavour, with a firm finish accompanied by some phenolic grip."

Gilbert & Gaillard "..A stylish Brut Champagne for an elaborate aperitif....Light gold with fine bubbles. The nose is appealing with clean expression intermixing raspberry and stone fruit notes. The palate is fresh yet lush with savoury fruit-driven persistence. "

Wine Enthusiast "In the delicate, elegant style that is the Deutz house hallmark, this Champagne is beautifully understated, with its balance and touches of toast in harmony."

Wine Enthusiast "The elegance of this nonvintage cuvée sums up the style of the house, balancing acidity with a dosage that is just right. The white fruits and tangy edge are refreshing and intense."

Wine Spectator "Apple blossom and graphite aromas lace flavors of Asian pear, blanched almond and lemon curd in this sleek Champagne. Fresh and linear, with a fine, creamy mousse."

Decanter "Distinctively Deutz in style with vinosity and verve, this is fresh, elegant and round with a precocious ripeness and good depth. The base is largely the 2015 vintage (50%) with additions from 2013 and 2014 reserve wines. As always, it's an equal blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, sourced from premier cru and grand cru vineyards from the Marne area."

Tom Cannavan "There is 35% of reserve wines in this cuvée, and a dosage of 9g/l. Quite a developed yeastiness, with lots of russet apple, nutty and juiciness, but then white flower and nettle. Very delicate, a gentle mousse, with lovely orangey acidity and fruit freshness, very crisp and tapering. Whilst dry, not austere."

Vinum Wine Magazine (translated) "the ideal sparkling wine for every occasion."

Falstaff (translated) "Juicy, elegant, fine structure, mineral, slightly restrained white fruit..Light yellow-green, silver reflections, lively mousseux. A bit of peach, delicate white tropical fruit, a hint of biscuit, citrus nuances. ."

The Deutz style - one of elegance, finesse yet with a distinct vinosity. Founded in 1883 within the Champagne town of Ay, Deutz is located in prime Pinot Noir terroir, allowing Deutz to make exquisite and exceptional champagne. Deutz champagnes are made using a traditional winemaking process. Oak is entirely eschewed here to emphasise purity and freshness. The base wines are fermented at low temperatures to preserve aromatics and all the wines go through malolactic fermentation. The Brut Classic NV, at one end of the spectrum, spends three years on its lees, while the cuvée William Deutz spends up to 10 years on its lees.

Champagne is the most iconic sparkling wine in the world, produced in the region of Champagne in France. Synonymous with celebration, champagne is typically produced from a few specific varieties of grapes: pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. With effervescent flavors of citrus, almond, and apple, champagne comes in varying levels of sweetness and has a moderate amount of alcohol. The most treasured Champagnes age for a minimum of 3 years.

The Champagne region is located 140 kilometres from Paris, France. While the vines in this region have been producing wine since the Roman era, it is only in the past couple of hundred years that winemakers began producing Champagne using méthode champenoise - the complex method that produces the style of Champagne the world knows and loves today. Another important component of the production of champagne is the chalk and limestone soils which dominate the Champagne region. Vines grown in these conditions result in wines that are high in acidity - a key component to making good sparkling wine. Champagne's northerly location - about as north as grapes can ripen - also allow for higher acidity and lower alcohol levels which are also very important for producing quality sparkling wine.

2 x Pierre Mignon Brut Prestige Champagne - Champagne, France

90/100 Andreas Larsson, Best Sommelier in the World
86/100 - Gilbert & Gaillard

3 stars coup de cœur - Guide Hachette des Vins
Gold - Vinalies Internationales

Gilbert & Gaillard - "Golden highlights. Enticing, fresh, fruity nose suggestive of pear flesh. Full, fairly vinous and melted palate showing pronounced suppleness. Lovely expressive fruit. An opulent, perfumed Champagne."

Maison Pierre Mignon is located in Le Breuil, a major production site for Pinot Meunier, in the Marne Valley. Descended from a long line of winegrowers, for 5 generations, the Maison Pierre Mignon has been developing Exceptional Champagnes in the purest respect for tradition while favoring innovation.
The 18-hectare vineyard covers the best Crus of Champagne (Marne Valley, Côte des Blancs, Epernay region). The majority of Pinot Meunier (50%) is supplemented by Chardonnay present on 40% of the plots and Pinot Noir which covers 10% of the farm.

The vineyard is certified High Environmental Value Level 3 signifying the commitment of the House to protect biodiversity and the environment.

The typicity and the diversity of the soils make it possible to work out Great Champagnes of character and true excellence.

Champagne is the most iconic sparkling wine in the world, produced in the region of Champagne in France. Synonymous with celebration, champagne is typically produced from a few specific varieties of grapes: pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. With effervescent flavors of citrus, almond, and apple, champagne comes in varying levels of sweetness and has a moderate amount of alcohol. The most treasured Champagnes age for a minimum of 3 years.

The Champagne region is located 140 kilometres from Paris, France. While the vines in this region have been producing wine since the Roman era, it is only in the past couple of hundred years that winemakers began producing Champagne using méthode champenoise - the complex method that produces the style of Champagne the world knows and loves today. Another important component of the production of champagne is the chalk and limestone soils which dominate the Champagne region. Vines grown in these conditions result in wines that are high in acidity - a key component to making good sparkling wine. Champagne's northerly location - about as north as grapes can ripen - also allow for higher acidity and lower alcohol levels which are also very important for producing quality sparkling wine.

1 x Taittinger Cuvée Prestige Champagne - Gift Box - Champagne, France

92/100 Wine Spectator
91/100 The Real Review
90/100 Robert Parker
89/100 Cellar Tracker
16/20 Bettane and Desseauve
16/20 Revista de Vinhos

The Taittinger Champagne house is rated 4* in the Bettane and Desseauve Guide, indicating a very high quality producer"

Wine Spectator "Gorgeous aromas and flavors of pencil shavings, candied citrus and honey highlight this classy, stylish Champagne. It's balanced, beautifully integrated and long, with a finesse and freshness that suggests a Côte des Blancs pedigree. A special cuvée..."

Robert Parker "The latest release of Taittinger's NV Brut Prestige is showing very well"

The Real Review “...Very good focus, finesse, line and length. Very refreshing finish.Fresh herbs, green apples, trace of honey, chard-ish aromas. Clean and fresh, bright and soft, balanced and the finish seems drier than the Brut Reserve. There's a pleasing crispness on the after-palate, enhanced by a subtle grip.”

“Emotions and feelings are at the heart of my life and I place craftmanship and savoir-faire to their service. I do not compare Champagne to Mozart or Rimbaud, the champagne served during a meal is a purveyor of pleasure, a component of well-being, a piece of French Art de Vivre.” - Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger

The Tattinger Champagne House was formed in Reims, France in 1734 and is known as one of the world's leading champagne brands. Tattinger is the third largest vineyard owner in the Champagne region which assures its grapes are of the highest quality and ensures its champagnes are of the highest calibre. Tattinger has won many awards and accolades and has earned a reputation as one of the world's leading champagne producers.

Champagne is the most iconic sparkling wine in the world, produced in the region of Champagne in France. Synonymous with celebration, champagne is typically produced from a few specific varieties of grapes: pinot noir, chardonnay, and pinot meunier. With effervescent flavors of citrus, almond, and apple, champagne comes in varying levels of sweetness and has a moderate amount of alcohol. The most treasured Champagnes age for a minimum of 3 years.

Prestige Cuvée Champagne are a Champagne house's finest product. Most Champagne houses produce a prestige cuvee and some make more than one.They tend to be more expensive than other Champagnes, but reward you for the expense through a more complex and intense champagne experience. The bubbles are finer, the aromas more elegant and the finish is longer. Prestige Cuvée Champagnes make excellent gifts. They have a reputation and prestige that other champagnes cannot match.

The Champagne region is located 140 kilometres from Paris, France. While the vines in this region have been producing wine since the Roman era, it is only in the past couple of hundred years that winemakers began producing Champagne using méthode champenoise - the complex method that produces the style of Champagne the world knows and loves today. Another important component of the production of champagne is the chalk and limestone soils which dominate the Champagne region. Vines grown in these conditions result in wines that are high in acidity - a key component to making good sparkling wine. Champagne's northerly location - about as north as grapes can ripen - also allow for higher acidity and lower alcohol levels which are also very important for producing quality sparkling wine.
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