Champagne & Sparkling Wine

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    CH15 Gruet Brut Sélection +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier. From a family-owned domaine making wine since 1670, this champagne is full-bodied and powerful with exquisite fruit aromas. 12% ABV

    £238.32 £19.86
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    CH15A Gruet Brut Sélection halves (37.5cl) +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier. From a family-owned domaine making wine since 1670, this champagne is full-bodied and powerful with exquisite fruit aromas. 12% ABV

    £140.40 £11.70
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    CH57 Gruet Brut Sélection magnums (150cl) +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier. From a family-owned domaine making wine since 1670, this champagne is full-bodied and powerful with exquisite fruit aromas. 12% ABV

    £506.88 £42.24
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    CH44 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish.

    £362.30 £30.19
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    CH45AA Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut quarter bottles (20cl) +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish. 12% ABV

    £102.96 £8.58
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    CH45 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut halves (37.5cl) +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish. 12% ABV

    £175.68 £14.64
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    CH46 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut magnums (150cl) +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish. 12% ABV

    £721.73 £60.14
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    CH54 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut jeroboams (300cl) +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 30% pinot meunier. Founded in 1825 in Châlons-sur-Marne and regularly enjoyed by Queen Victoria and Edward VII, Joseph Perrier is one of the largest champagne houses still in private ownership. Fine bubbles form a delicate but persistent mousse, while scents of citrus and apple lead into richer vanilla and cinnamon; the palate is full and round-bodied with a lasting finish. 12% ABV

    £2360.16 £196.68
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    CH44A Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Demi-Sec +

    35% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir, 30% pinot meunier. This uses fruit from twenty different villages, based on Joseph Perrier’s own vineyards in Cumières, Damery, Hautvillers and Verneuil. Rich and generous, with flavours of yellow peach. 12% ABV

    £362.30 £30.19
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    CH24 Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier. Veuve Clicquot’s iconic yellow label is instantly recognisable, but the contents remain of impeccable quantity despite the enormous quantities produced each year. 12% ABV

    £422.93 £35.24
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    CH53 Louis Roederer Brut Premier +

    40% pinot noir, 40% chardonnay, 20% pinot meunier. An excellent introduction to the celebrated Cristal, Louis Roederer’s ‘house’ champagne is almost Burgundian in its richness and complexity. 12% ABV

    “Beautifully composed reduction across lemon citrus, white peach, cherries and deeper, more savoury notes of spice and grilled nuts; fresh and complex at once. The palate’s assertively flavored, yet runs on a smooth and fine textural thread. Acidity is paramount, redder fruits hold court here. Great balance and depth.” 92 points
    James Suckling (July 2015)

    “The famous non-vintage from Louis Roederer has evolved and become just that little bit drier. This bottling emphasizes white fruits and crisp acidity as well as mineral texture. It is a complete wine, all the elements there. Another few months bottle age will make this wine even better, so wait until 2017.” 92 points
    Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (December 2016)

    £434.88 £36.24
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    CH55B Louis Roederer Brut Premier halves (37.5cl) +

    40% pinot noir, 40% chardonnay, 20% pinot meunier. An excellent introduction to the celebrated Cristal, Louis Roederer’s ‘house’ champagne is almost Burgundian in its richness and complexity. 12% ABV

    “Beautifully composed reduction across lemon citrus, white peach, cherries and deeper, more savoury notes of spice and grilled nuts; fresh and complex at once. The palate’s assertively flavored, yet runs on a smooth and fine textural thread. Acidity is paramount, redder fruits hold court here. Great balance and depth.” 92 points
    James Suckling (July 2015)

    “The famous non-vintage from Louis Roederer has evolved and become just that little bit drier. This bottling emphasizes white fruits and crisp acidity as well as mineral texture. It is a complete wine, all the elements there. Another few months bottle age will make this wine even better, so wait until 2017.” 92 points
    Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (December 2016)

    £218.88 £18.24
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    CH53M Louis Roederer Brut Premier magnums (150cl) +

    40% pinot noir, 40% chardonnay, 20% pinot meunier. An excellent introduction to the celebrated Cristal, Louis Roederer’s ‘house’ champagne is almost Burgundian in its richness and complexity. 12% ABV

    “Beautifully composed reduction across lemon citrus, white peach, cherries and deeper, more savoury notes of spice and grilled nuts; fresh and complex at once. The palate’s assertively flavored, yet runs on a smooth and fine textural thread. Acidity is paramount, redder fruits hold court here. Great balance and depth.” 92 points
    James Suckling (July 2015)

    “The famous non-vintage from Louis Roederer has evolved and become just that little bit drier. This bottling emphasizes white fruits and crisp acidity as well as mineral texture. It is a complete wine, all the elements there. Another few months bottle age will make this wine even better, so wait until 2017.” 92 points
    Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (December 2016)

    £866.88 £72.24
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    CH20 Bollinger Special Cuvée +

    60% pinot noir, 25% chardonnay, 15% pinot meunier. Fruit sourced from over 85% grand and premiers crus vineyards is then bottle-aged for an unparalleled five to fifteen years before release, resulting in a deservedly celebrated champagne. 12% ABV

    £434.88 £36.24
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    CH16 Gruet Rosé +

    50% pinot noir, 35% chardonnay, 15% pinot noir (red wine). The Gruet family have been making wine in the Côte des Bar since 1670 — their rosé champagne is creamy and complex with a wonderful nose of delicate red fruit.

    £262.08 £21.84
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    CH48 Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Brut Rosé +

    75% pinot noir, 25% chardonnay. A delicate, fresh rosé champagne made by adding red wine from the village of Cumières to the traditional blend, with the re-fermentation taking place after blending. 12% ABV

    £458.35 £38.20
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    CH17 2008 Gruet Brut +

    Pinot noir, chardonnay. Selected from the best wines in a particular vintage, this offers an additional depth and richness. 12% ABV

    £289.01 £24.08
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    CH47 2002 Joseph Perrier Brut +

    50% chardonnay, 50% pinot noir. Aged for at least five years before release; supple and graceful, with a floral bouquet and a full, rich style. 12% ABV

    “An elegant 2002 with a peachy nose and some chalkiness, which gives a sense of place. A full body with a crisp acidity. Feels like it could last forever.”
    Decanter (January 2014)

    £578.30 £48.19
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    CH48A 2002 Joseph Perrier Brut Rosé +

    63% pinot noir, 20% chardonnay, 5% pinot meunier, 12% pinot noir (red wine). Sourced from four premier and grand cru villages (Mailly, Rilly, Chouilly and le Mesnil sur Oger). 12% ABV

    “Joseph Perrier’s new vintage rosé is a dreamboat. The ancient, skittle-shaped bottle catches the eye as much as the intensity of its pink hue in the glass and, rather amazingly, it is the first vintage rosé made at this house since its inception 185 years ago. 2002 is a stunning vintage – cool, calm and with fabulous mouth-watering acidity. It will live for a decade with ease…”
    Matthew Jukes, matthewjukes.com (August 2010)

    £602.35 £50.20
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    CH49B 2002 Joseph Perrier ‘Cuvée Joséphine’ +

    56% chardonnay, 44% pinot noir. Joseph Perrier’s prestige cuvée, sourced entirely from premier and grand cru vineyards. 12% ABV

    “With a majority of chardonnay in the blend, Joseph Perrier’s prestige cuvée is light but mouthfilling, with a texture that shows a flinty character. The fruit is crisp, although it is softened by the dosage. However, 2002 is a great vintage, so this wine should be given time to integrate.” 93 points
    Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (December 2009)

    £1082.30 £90.19
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    CH40 2003 Dom Pérignon +

    60% pinot noir, 40% chardonnay. 12.5% ABV

    “The 2003 Dom Pérignon continues to improve in bottle. Rich and ample on the palate, the 2003 offers tons of density and pure resonance. There is no question the 2003 is an atypically super-sized, vinous Dom Pérignon. I also think the 2003 will drink well for many decades based on its sheer density. Drink 2015-2043.” 96 points
    Antonio Galloni, vinous.com (July 2015)

    £1370.88 £114.24
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    CH30 2000 Taittinger blanc de blancs ‘Comtes de Champagne’ +

    100% chardonnay. Produced entirely from Côte de Blancs grand cru vineyards in Avize, le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Oger and Chouilly, Taittinger’s flagship wine is only released after ten years in their crayères at Saint-Nicaise.

    £1512.00 £126.00
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    CH50 2005 Louis Roederer ‘Cristal’ +

    55% pinot noir, 45% chardonnay. 12% ABV

    “Vibrant and mouthwatering, this offers a range of pâtisserie pear and apple fruit, candied lemon zest, pastry dough and marzipan notes set on a finely detailed texture, which imparts a great deal of finesse. The lasting finish echoes a smoky mineral note.” 94 points
    Wine Spectator (October 2012)

    £1874.88 £156.24
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    i4 Mirabello Pinot Grigio Sparkling Rosé (Italy) +

    Pinot grigio, pinot noir. A softly sparkling, vibrant pink sparkling wine with delicate aromas of red berries and a palate of lush summer fruit.

    £110.88 £9.24
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    RE49 Crémant de Limoux ‘No. 7’ Rosé, Laurens (France) +

    60% chardonnay, 25% chenin blanc, 15% pinot noir. Only made since 2007, after AOC regulations were relaxed to allow the inclusion of pinot noir in crémant blends, this is pale in colour but ripe and full on the palate.

    £176.54 £14.71
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    RE44 Marrenon ‘Cuvée M’ Sparkling Rosé, IGP Méditerrané (France) +

    100% grenache. Picked overnight from higher altitude plots, this is an elegant salmon pink in colour with a fine and persistent sparkle.

    £180.00 £15.00
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    RE18 A Laurance Brut (France) +

    Chenin blanc, chardonnay. A delicious but affordable fizz from the Loire valley: lively aromas of fresh Granny Smith apple, complemented by gentle bubbles and a long fruit-driven finish. 11% ABV

    £101.81 £8.48
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    RE90 A Laurance Brut Rosé (France) +

    Chenin blanc, grolleau gris, cabernet franc, chardonnay. Grown in vineyards around Saumur, this medium-dry sparkling wine is bright salmon pink with a delicate nose of fresh strawberries and raspberries. 12% ABV

    £107.14 £8.93
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    i7 Prosecco la Delfina (Italy) +

    100% glera. Finely balanced with a delicate fizz and a delicate bouquet of apple and honey.

    £114.48 £9.54
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    i21 Prosecco Frizzante ‘Spagorosso’, Domenico de Bertiol (Italy) +

    100% glera. Produced in the Treviso hills of north-eastern Italy and closed in the traditional way (using an exposed cork held down by red string — hence the spago rosso), this popular frizzante offers creamy, lemon-tanged flavours and a bright, lively finish.

    £115.20 £9.60
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    i21B Prosecco Ponte di Rialto (Italy) +

    100% glera. Aromas of green apple and honeysuckle lead into a delicate citrus palate and a lively sparkle. 11.5% ABV

    £118.08 £9.84
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    i29 Prosecco Spumante Lunetta (Italy) +

    100% glera. Made in the mountainous Trentino region of northeast Italy, a deliciously light and fruity prosecco with hints of apple and peach on the nose and a fresh, softly sparkling palate. 11% ABV

    £118.08 £9.84
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    i55 quarter bottles £44.50 £3.71
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    i29C Lunetta Rosé (Italy) +

    Chardonnay, merlot, teroldego. A dry sparkling rosé from the foothills of the Trentino mountains; a pale pink in colour, with ripe aromas and flavours of red berry fruit. 11.5% ABV

    £120.96 £10.08
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    i54 quarter bottles £44.50 £3.71
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    i11 Prosecco Reversanti (Italy) +

    100% glera. Light straw yellow with fine, persistent bubbles and fruity aromas of peach and citrus fruit; the palate gracefully balances zingy acidity and a refreshing dry length.

    £123.12 £10.26
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    A71 Willowglen Brut (Australia) +

    Chardonnay, pinot noir. Bottled under screwcap — quite a novelty, but ideal for picnics and making a bottle last… Fresh, herbaceous aromas and a creamy palate. 11% ABV

    £124.85 £10.40
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    B20 Brut de Charvis Blanc, Bailly-Lapierre (France) +

    Chardonnay, pinot noir. Made by the traditional method and aged in bottle for twelve months before release, this delicate crémant has a lively freshness and precise aromatic balance — excellent as an apéritif, but also as an accompaniment to spicy dishes.

    £125.28 £10.44
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    B211 Brut de Charvis Rosé, Bailly-Lapierre (France) +

    Pinot noir, gamay. A very dry entry with crisp red fruit leads into a richer length on the finish. 12% ABV

    £125.28 £10.44
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    SP32 Cava Brut Reserva Mas Macià (Spain) +

    Macabeo, xarel-lo, parellada. Complex flavours of baked apple and stone fruit, along with marzipan notes from time on the lees. 12.5% ABV

    “This excellent value sparkling wine made from Catalonia’s traditional fizz grapes […] is chokka with aromatically yeasty, biscuity aromas, a richly textured pincushion of tiny bubbles and the complexity you’d normally associate with another sparkling wine beginning with C, and no we don’t mean cava.”
    thewinegang.com (September 2009)

    £128.88 £10.74
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    i82 Prosecco Sandi ‘il Fresco’ DOC (Italy) +

    100% glera. A fine, persistent mousse and aromas of ripe apple and flowers; the fresh, dry palate is followed by a fruity finish. 11% ABV

    £134.06 £11.17
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    i52 2016 Prosecco Superiore Sandi Millesimato, Valdobbiadene DOCG (Italy) +

    100% glera. Working from a magnificent Palladian villa built in 1622, the Moretti Polegato family have made fine prosecco for generations. From grapes of a single vintage picked in the hills between Valdobbiadene and Conegliano, this offers an intense aroma of ripe apple before a harmonious finish reminiscent of acacia flowers. 11% ABV

    £159.98 £13.33
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    B401 Crémant de Bourgogne blanc brut, Jean-Luc Joillot (France) +

    70% pinot noir, 30% chardonnay. Pommard-based Jean-Luc Joillot’s crémant is aged on the lees for eighteen months — longer than many entry-level champagnes. 12% ABV

    “An impressive wine, packed with concentrated white and green fruits. It has good structure, fresh acidity and a touch of toastiness. It’s a dry wine, but full and rich, and likely to age well over the next couple of years.” 91 points
    Roger Voss, Wine Enthusiast (June 2006)

    £168.48 £14.04
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    RE48 2013 Crémant de Limoux ‘la Matte’, Laurens (France) +

    Chardonnay, chenin blanc, mauzac. Limoux is considered to be the true home of sparkling wine, with the first written mention of ‘blanquette’ in papers from the Benedictine abbey at Saint-Hilaire in 1531. With no dosage (the addition of sugar) and aged for twenty-four months, this single-vintage bottling has a very expressive nose of white fruit and elegant bubbles.

    £184.90 £15.41
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    RE31 Crémant de Limoux brut, Hecht & Bannier (France) +

    Chardonnay, chenin blanc, mauzac. Crémant de Limoux is the world’s oldest sparkling wine, first made by Benedictine nuns at the abbey of Saint-Hilaire Abbey in 1531. The nose reveals notes of hazelnut, white flowers and apricot; the chardonnay-dominated palate offers a smooth palate with suggestions of brioche.

    £168.62 £14.05
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