Taittinger Champagne Deluxe Cheese Tasting Pack
This is great……and here’s why!A Deluxe Taittinger Prestige Champagne pack to compliment any cheese platter. Class up any evening with these speacially curated wines to accompany an elegant Taittinger Champagne. Comes gift wrapped with a card with your personalised message. Buy now and get same-day delivery.
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.
1 x Salin Domaine de Tamary ~ Cotes de Provence Rosé 2020 ~ Provence, France
89/100 Robert Parker
88/100 Wine Enthusiast
16/20 Jancis Robinson
89/100 Robert Parker
5 Stars, Kerry Wines
5 Stars, Millesima - France
4,5 Stars, The Wine Merchant Ltd (Vintage 2020)
Robert Parker "A blend of 45% Grenache, 20% Cinsault, 10% each Rolle (Vermentino) and Syrah, plus 5% each of Mourvèdre, Sémillon and Tibouren, Tamary's 2020 Cotes de Provence Rose is a pale, coppery rosé that reveals hints of brine to go alongside peach, melon and citrus notes. It's medium-bodied and nicely rounded and generous on the palate, with a gentle, easy-drinking and harmonious finish."
Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast "A blend of six grapes, this pale-pink wine is aromatic and attractively ripe, with a mineral edge to freshness. The red fruits, citrus flavors and crisp aftertaste make the wine immediately attractive. Drink now."
Made by one of the World's Top 10 winemakers
Wine-maker, Jean-Luc Zuger has been praised by top wine critics as "miraculous"
The Winemaker "Lovely aromas of citrus and flowers lead to a charming, sensual palate of berries, flowers and saline-laced minerals."
Made of 45% Grenache, 35% Cinsault, 15% Mourvèdre and 5% Rolle.
Winemaker, Jean Luc Zuger is the owner of a famuos Chateau in the Bordeaux appellation of Margaux. Together with Ferderic Salin; owner of the famous Bordeaux based négociant firm they bought and created Domaine de Tamary. Both share a passion for Provence rosé.
This is the result of that love, which saw them purchase the Domaine Tamary and look to seek-out its best possible incarnations. This wine pays respect to the steep slopes on which the Cinsault grapes are grown. These slopes, or "terrassess", provide vital exposure to the sunshine, protection from the strong mistral winds and resistance to disease that are key components to retaining the freshness and crisp balance in this wine.
The Guide Hachette des Vins - the bible of the French wine industry - gave Zuger’s 2007 Bordeaux its highest three-star rating, a score reserved for exceptional wines that are a perfect example of their appellation.
1 x Atticus La Croyance White Bordeaux Blend 2011 ~ Margaret River, Western Australia
94/100 James Halliday
James Halliday "The bouquet has barrel fermented oak aromas intermingling with hints of nettle and guava; the palate is lively and fresh, with toasty oak notes a feature on the finish, but not obscuring the fruit."
James Halliday "A very successful venture under the control of CEO Ron Fraser. The wines come from the estate vineyards planted to chardonnay, Semillon, sauvignon blanc, shiraz, cabernet sauvignon and merlot.....[The winery's] ultra-premium wines are under the Atticus label."
Atticus is owned by Chapman Grove Wines; a small winery focussed on making limited edition fine wines from Margaret River, Western Australia. Described by Australia's N#1 wine critic, James Halliday as "a very successful venture", the winery is known for its highly rated wines and was established in 2005 by an esteemed veteran of the industry, Ron Fraser. Pop Up Wine has secured back vintages of a collection of its highly rated wines.
Atticus utilises exceptional fruit which is all 100% estate grown to create its world-class wines. Its range includes varieties most suited to the Margaret River climate, with French oak used to bring out flavours of the terroir, creating a true expression of the region.
The winery achieved the highly coveted 5 Red Star rating from James Halliday within three short years of first entering the Wine Companion in 2009. Since the the estate's first release in 2006, its wines have been awarded 4 Trophies, 3 Top Gold, 3 Gold, 8 Silver and 39 Bronze medals.
Semillon Sauvignon Blanc is a classic white wine blend. It is most widely produced in France (most notably Bordeaux's Graves district), where both Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon are well-established varieties. It is also a popular wine blend in Australia (particularly in Margaret River), South Africa, the United States, Argentina. The versatile blend is typically made into crisp, dry wines, but it is also the blend of choice for the world's most prestigious sweet wine style, Sauternes. The blend is endowed with vibrant acidity and grassy aromas by Sauvignon Blanc, and its structure and mouthfeel from Semillon.
1 x Bottega Millesimato Prosecco Brut 2021 ~ Veneto, Italy
The Winemaker "Colour and appearance: Straw yellow, brilliant, with a rich and persistent foam and a fine perlage. Bouquet: Fruity, flowery, with scents of Golden apple and exotic fruit. Dry, lightly alcoholic, fragrant, fresh, well balanced with intense scents of fruit"
A Prosecco from the multi-award-winning winery - Bottega - famous for its top-end Prosecco served in gold bottles.
This celebrated winery creates Prosecco in Venoto Italy using the classified Glera grape.
Prosecco is an Italian DOC or DOCG white wine produced in a large area spanning nine provinces in the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia regions, and named after the village of Prosecco which is in the province of Trieste, Italy. It is made from the Prosecco grape (renamed Glera in 2009 within the European Union) but denomination rules allow up to 15% of the wine to be other permitted varieties.