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(GH) Mumm Cordon Rouge Brut Non Vintage (1x75cl)

With a legacy of almost two centuries behind it - the House of GH Mumm, established in 1827, still aspires to the original aims of the great Georges Hermann Mumm, one of the father figures of the House. His passion was to achieve the highest possible quality for GH Mumm Champagnes: time after time he was heard to say Only the Best.

In 1875, he decided to decorate each of his bottles with the prized Cordon Rouge or red sash of the Légion d'Honneur, the highest French civilian distinction, created by Napoleon I. Over and above the symbol of excellence that it represents, the Cordon Rouge embodies the true spirit that drives the House: the quest for perfection, a spirit of adventure and panache.

The style of every Mumm Cordon Rouge cuvée is a constant, subtle balance of freshness and intensity. Mumm Cordon Rouge is blended from 77 crus, every one unique. The blend of grape varieties traditionally used by Mumm is Pinot Noir (45%) that endows the wine with structure and strength, Chardonnay (30%) that ensures both finesse and elegance and Pinot Meunier (25%) which has fruity, sharp and well-rounded notes that complete the blend. Each grape variety and cru is pressed and vinified separately to ensure a wide range of aromas and taste sensations, and 25-30% of reserve wines are added to bring depth and harmony to the final blend. 

45% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Meunier.

Dosage = 8g/litre.

Mumm Champagne Cordon Rouge Brut is a fresh, golden yellow colour with hints of jade, the wine’s abundant bubbles, both fine and elegant, demonstrate the finesse of Mumm’s Cordon Rouge Champagne. On the nose, aromas of lemon and grapefruit, combined with the richness of firm, fleshy fruits such as white peaches, apricots and tart apples bring freshness and liveliness to the wine. These are followed by hints of vanilla, enriched with caramel. Honeyed nuts also play their part. The bubbles are rich on the palate, but never overpowering. The perfect balance is combined with a rounded, full vinosity. The mix of fresh fruit and caramel aromas give even more intensity to the finish. This is a subtly balanced wine with a remarkable capacity to linger in the mouth.

ABV = 12.0%.

£39.00

Champagne Taittinger Brut Vintage 2012 (1x75cl)

Taittinger remains one of the few Champagne Houses to remain owned and actively managed by the family named on the label. Its origins date back to 1734 when the original house was founded by Jacques Fourneaux. The Taittinger link was established in 1931 when Pierre Taittinger, the founder of today's company acquired the House. Pierre had spent much time in the Champagne region when serving in the 1st world war as a young cavalry officer. Stationed at the Château de la Marquetterie, he fell in love with this remarkable property and its vineyards and eventually purchased the company.Today, the Reims-based House is headed up by Pierre's grandson, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, his son, Clovis and daughter, Vitalie, both of whom are actively involved in the day to day running of this thriving family Champagne House.

Taittinger's home is situated above miles of chalk tunnels and cellars. These 4th-Century UNESCO listed cellars once belonged to the Benedictine monks of the abbey of St Nicaise and are perfect for the slow ageing process required for great Champagne. The hallmark of the Taittinger Champagnes is the high percentage of Chardonnay used in their winemaking which can be anything from 40% in the Brut Réserve Non Vintage to 100% in the prestigious Comtes de Champagne Blanc de Blancs. This Chardonnay dominance provides for a style of elegance, delicacy and finesse which is recognised worldwide and has earned the House many accolades and awards over the years. Today it is served in over 140 countries worldwide and made recent history by becoming the first Champagne house to purchase land in England to ultimately produce a premium English Sparkling Wine. 

Taittinger produces a Vintage Champagne only when the harvest has been of exceptional quality. Made from first press wines the wine is only released after several years of cellar ageing, allowing the aromas to mature slowly and the length and complexity of the wine to develop. Winemaking The Taittinger Brut Vintage comprises only wines from the first press with a blend of 50% Chardonnay and 50% Pinot Noir. The Grands Crus make up a significant proportion at 70% while the other selected villages are all classified as Premiers Crus. A 5-year long ageing period in the cellars unlocks its full potential.

Residual sugar: 9g/litre.

A vivacious, fresh nose offers aromas of hawthorn, grapefruit and pear. The palate is crisp and wonderfully precise. Marked by citrus fruit, it offers an excellent balance of structure and finesse. The complex finish is elegant and long.

ABV = 12.5%.

£53.50

Gobillard Brut Baron De Marck NV (1x75cl)

Gobillard is located in the heart of Champagne just 5km from Epernay. The village of Hautvillers dominates the vineyard with its abbey, where the infamous Dom Pérignon is reported to have created the first champagne bubbles. Passion, dynamism and competence define this family business, from the work in the vineyard to marketing, each step is carried out with respect for the traditions of Champagne.

The grapes are pressed very gently and varieties are vinified separately off the skins to produce a low alcohol dry white wine which is racked and allowed to mature in tank until the spring. The lots are then blended together, using some reserve wines from earlier fine vintages. The resulting wine is then bottled with special "flocculent" yeasts and sugars and is refermented under a crown cap. There follows a period of ageing, when the yeasts flavour the wine and give it characteristic brioche aromas. Gobillard then opens the bottles (dégorgement, disgorgement), removing the yeast in the process, adds a dosage of grape sugars, inserts the characteristic mushroom cork, and ships the wine.

Much of the trick in buying Champagne lies in finding a good one without being taken for a ride pricewise, often by the draw of the big names. This Baron de Marck has a beautiful and pure fruit character as well as a hint of brioche, giving it a soft rounded flavour. This is a Champagne which is perfect as an aperitif or with canapés and nibbles or with lighter dishes. Great Champagne, great price.

ABV = 12.5%.

£22.00

Krug Vintage 1996 Bottle (1x75cl)

Krug 1996 is an undeniably extraordinary champagne. It caresses the senses with it's rich aromas and firm texture before exploding in a bouquet of freshness, Krug 1996 was a very special year which is said to be one of the best vintages of the century and is often compared to the legendary 1928. It is a vintage with as very high level of freshness as well as maturity which is very rare in Champagne. 1996 will go down in Champagne's history books.

At the House of Krug, even Paul Krug II, known for his strictly objective observations, noted that Krug 1996 may well have been “the next 1928”.

Krug 1996 is also the last Vintage created by three generations of the Krug family working together; Paul II, Henri and Rémi, and Olivier.

Pinot Noir 48%, Chardonnay 31% and Meunier 21%.

TASTING NOTES Krug 1996, with radiant, rich gold colour and resplendent bubbles, first caresses the senses with its rich mature aromas before exploding in a bouquet of freshness; it elevates contrast and character to unprecedented extremes. With firm texture, its full, ripe flavours are followed by fresh pear, candied lemon, ripe summer fruit, honey, gingerbread and hints of delicate mocha.

ABV = 12.0%.

£410.00

Laurent Perrier Brut Rose Non Vintage (1x75cl)

The Cuvée Rosé Laurent-Perrier bottle, with its generous, curvaceous lines, is unique – an invitation to self-indulgence.
When Bernard de Nonancourt launched Cuvée Rosé Laurent-Perrier in 1968, he decided to present his creation in a uniquely distinctive bottle to magnify this very special cuvée. He found his inspiration in the rather stubby bottles manufactured in the time of King Henri IV, adding the seal-like monogrammed ‘LP’ shield. The packaging, which seemed very modern at the time, has gradually evolved since 1968.

The grapes for Laurent Perrier Rose come from 10 different crus located mainly in the South and North areas of the Montagne de Reims – including the famous Côte de Bouzy – notably from the finest crus of Ambonnay, Bouzy, Louvois and Tours-sur-Marne.

The grapes from carefully selected plots are sorted and destemmed before vatting. The maceration – lasting from 48h to 72h depending on the harvest – helps the extraction of the colour and the development of the full aromatic richness of the Pinot Noir. It is aged for a minimum of 5 years.

Elegant, with colour changing naturally from a pretty raspberry hue to salmon-pink. A precise nose of extraordinary freshness and a wide range of red fruits: raspberry, redcurrant, strawberry, black cherry. A fresh and sharp attack for this supple and rounded wine. On the palate, it offers the sensation of plunging into a basket of freshly picked red berries.

Its aromatic depth makes it ideal for pairing with marinated raw fish, grilled prawns, exotic dishes, Parma ham and red fruit desserts. Those who are more daring will try it with Asian or Indian cuisine.

ABV = 12.0%.

£68.50

Pierre Bertrand Brut Premier Cru Champagne NV (1x75cl)

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Awarded 98 points and ultra-rare Exceptional status by Decanter (www.decanter.com) in their July 2017 edition review of Grower Champagne (see blue links below).

Champagne Pierre Bertrand Brut Premier Cru NV - July 2017 Decanter review

Decanter review - individual reviewers' comments

This is quite some Champagne and remarkable for the price.

The varietal mix is now Chardonnay 65 %, Pinot Meunier 5 %, Pinot Noir 30 %.

Grapes are grown only on vineyards of Premier Cru villages (you'd easily clear £30 a bottle for this privilege normally) on the Coteaux de Cumières and Hautvillers in the Marne Valley, yielding great intensity and concentration.

Based on reserve wines from 2013 (40%) and 'current vintage' (at time of bottling) 2014 (60%). Tirage started (ie bottled) in March 2015. Spends over 4 years sur lie/on its lees before disgorgement.

At 7g/l of dosage/residual sugar, this is at the drier end of Brut, but the fruit ripeness adds an exciting extra sensation of sweetness. Finally, Pierre Bertrand are rightly proud of their mousse onctueuse – smooth mousse – and we concur: it makes for a truly delicious Champagne experience.

One expects exhilarating acidity and and citrus zing in almost any Champagne - this does these in spades - but what makes it really stand out are both the ripeness of fruit flavours and the delicate florality of the nose. Pierre Bertrand see that fruitiness as “damson and pear” while we at Exel thought more “peach and nectarine”; either way, this is one seriously fruity mouthful. Florally, the makers go with “hawthorn flower” and we are not botanically inclined to disagree.

ABV = 12.5%.

£23.40

Ayala Brut Majeur NV (1x 75cl)

Champagne Ayala is one of the longest-established Champagne houses; it has been based in Aÿ, at the heart of the great Champagne vineyards, since it was founded over 150 years ago. Independent and family-owned, it is still today the archetype of a great and historic house, producing top quality wines which are enjoyed around the world for their freshness and elegance. In 2005, the Bollinger family bought this fine estate, with the intention of restoring it to its former glory. This was the start of a resurgence for Champagne Ayala, with complete restoration of winemaking facilities and the arrival of new staff. They now employ around 15 people, keeping the family spirit of its origins.

Made from a blend of the finest Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, Brut Majeur is the epitome of a non-vintage Brut from a great, historic House. Extended ageing in Ayala's cellars and a low dosage make this wine suitable for any occasion; it is the finest ambassador for the House’s freshness and elegance.

For this wine, see the blue link below for the fiche technique/technical note from the winemakers themselves.

Ayala Brut Majeur NV - fiche technique

40% Chardonnay • 40% Pinot Noir • 20% Pinot Meunier.

Residual sugar = 7g/litre (ie low end of Brut).

This Champagne is light gold, with abundant and fine bubbles. The nose is open and expressive. It shows delicacy, unveiling notes of citrus, flowers and white fruits. The palate is well-balanced, combining freshness and vinosity. The precise fruitiness is characterised by a long finish.

ABV = 12.0%.

£29.30

Bollinger Special Cuvee Half Bottle NV (1x37.5cl)

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"I drink it when I’m happy and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I’m not hungry and drink it when I am. Otherwise, I never touch it—unless I’m thirsty." Madame Lily Bollinger.

Champagne Bollinger was established in 1829 by Jacques Bollinger and to this day is still family owned.  Benefitting from ownership of 166 hectares of vineyards in the finest Premier and Grand Champagne Bollinger wines are defined as much by the vines the grapes come from, as by the blending process, or the House’s century old barrels in which the wines mature.

The essence of the wines comes from the 166 hectares of Premier and Grand Cru vineyards owned by the House in Avenay, Champvoisy, Cuis, Louvois, Tauxières and Verzenay, as well as the stellar Pinot Noir site La Côte Aux Enfants in the heart of Aÿ. Bollinger’s untamed beauty reflects the spirit of our time, when people seek luxury without artifice. This natural splendour can be observed from above the Avenay vineyard, where bees from the Bollinger hives pollinate an abundance of wild flowers which grow between the vines. This embrace of nature is fundamental to the Bollinger approach of respecting the environment, which has seen it be the first Champagne House awarded the Haute Valeur Environmentale certification. More than this, sustainable viticulture is a true commitment for the House, for fine Champagne is the product of a fine landscape.

At Bollinger, the brick walls, exposed wood floors, aged casks and rustic charm convey the beauty and tradition of a Champagne family, who have spent 190 years perfecting their secret of discreet luxury, the key to which lies in the quality and the detail of their wines. The natural, unassuming charm of the House continues with Cellar Master Gilles Descôtes, the grandson of a Champagne grower who has been amongst the vines from an early age. He is custodian of the five labyrinthine kilometres of cellars that run under Aÿ, permeated by the scent of fermented fruit, old wood and earth. These house the treasured Bollinger wines, including a matchless collection of over 700,000 magnums of reserve wines, poised and ready to be blended into the House’s masterstroke of consistency; Bollinger Special Cuvée.

For an excellent full fiche technique for the Bollinger Special Cuvée, please click the blue link below.

Bollinger Special Cuvée NV - fiche technique

A golden colour with a beautifully fine mousse. The nose is aromatic and complex with ripe fruit and spicy aromas. Roasted apples, apple compote and peaches burst on the palate. Brioche and notes of fresh walnut linger on the lasting finish. A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity.

ABV = 12.0%.

£24.00

Bollinger Special Cuvee NV (1x75cl)

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"I drink it when I’m happy and when I’m sad. Sometimes I drink it when I’m alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I’m not hungry and drink it when I am. Otherwise, I never touch it—unless I’m thirsty." Madame Lily Bollinger.

Champagne Bollinger was established in 1829 by Jacques Bollinger and to this day is still family owned.  Benefitting from ownership of 166 hectares of vineyards in the finest Premier and Grand Champagne Bollinger wines are defined as much by the vines the grapes come from, as by the blending process, or the House’s century old barrels in which the wines mature.

The essence of the wines comes from the 166 hectares of Premier and Grand Cru vineyards owned by the House in Avenay, Champvoisy, Cuis, Louvois, Tauxières and Verzenay, as well as the stellar Pinot Noir site La Côte Aux Enfants in the heart of Aÿ. Bollinger’s untamed beauty reflects the spirit of our time, when people seek luxury without artifice. This natural splendour can be observed from above the Avenay vineyard, where bees from the Bollinger hives pollinate an abundance of wild flowers which grow between the vines. This embrace of nature is fundamental to the Bollinger approach of respecting the environment, which has seen it be the first Champagne House awarded the Haute Valeur Environmentale certification. More than this, sustainable viticulture is a true commitment for the House, for fine Champagne is the product of a fine landscape.

At Bollinger, the brick walls, exposed wood floors, aged casks and rustic charm convey the beauty and tradition of a Champagne family, who have spent 190 years perfecting their secret of discreet luxury, the key to which lies in the quality and the detail of their wines. The natural, unassuming charm of the House continues with Cellar Master Gilles Descôtes, the grandson of a Champagne grower who has been amongst the vines from an early age. He is custodian of the five labyrinthine kilometres of cellars that run under Aÿ, permeated by the scent of fermented fruit, old wood and earth. These house the treasured Bollinger wines, including a matchless collection of over 700,000 magnums of reserve wines, poised and ready to be blended into the House’s masterstroke of consistency; Bollinger Special Cuvée.

For an excellent full fiche technique for the Bollinger Special Cuvée, please click the blue link below.

Bollinger Special Cuvée NV - fiche technique

A golden colour with a beautifully fine mousse. The nose is aromatic and complex with ripe fruit and spicy aromas. Roasted apples, apple compote and peaches burst on the palate. Brioche and notes of fresh walnut linger on the lasting finish. A subtle combination of structure, length and vivacity.

ABV = 12.0%.

£45.00

Champagne Barons De Rothschild Rose NV (1x 75cl)

This Champagne is the result of a collaboration between all three branches of the Rothschild families; Domaine Barons de Rothschild (Lafite), Baron Phillippe de Rothschild (Mouton) and Baron Edmond de Rothschild. This is the first time they have all collaborated on one project. The resulting Champagnes provide impressive depth and complexity. Much of the fruit comes from Grand Cru sites, which is evident in the quality. This Blanc de Blancs Champagne has a gorgeous soft mouth feel with creamy white fruit.

To see an excellent, informative technical sheet and tasting note for this wine, produced by the winemaers themselves, please click on the blue link below.

Champagne Barons De Rothschild Rose NV - fiche technique

85% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Noir.

Residual sugar is ~7g/litre (ie low, at the low end of Brut).

Salmon pink colour with a fine thread of bubbles ending in a thin, enduring foam. Subtle aromas, reminiscent of spring, alongside the fragrance of rose petal, wild strawberry, and a hint of citrus zest. The palate is crisp, dry and elegant with flavours of red fruits, especially strawberry, and a little orange peel. Complex, a lengthy finish and an excellent balance.

ABV = 12.0%.

£49.65

Champagne Lanson Black Label Brut Non Vintage (1x 75cl)

Aside from the distinctive dark packaging, Lanson’s Brut Non-Vintage, called Black Label, stands out in this list for two reasons.

Firstly, and most importantly, Lanson prevents its wines from going through the malolactic fermentation, which means that they retain the mouth-watering malic acid, and pure apple-like flavours inherent in all grapes, but particularly those grown in Champagne.

Secondly, Lanson Black Label is the only Brut NV among the 10 biggest sellers to print disgorgement dates on its back labels – which means the drinker can quickly tell when the Champagne was corked.

This is very helpful if you choose to cellar the non-vintage wine, and especially so for Lanson, which is a style of Champagne made for extended ageing.

Like other houses in this list, Lanson has invested in a number of quality improvements in recent history, most notably a longer period spent ageing on its lees, as well as off them (post-disgorgement), along with a slight drop in dosage.

This is a blend of 50% Pinot Noir, 35% Chardonnay, 15% Pinot Meunier. 

This is fresh style of Champagne with an appealing green apple bite along with toasted bread and nutty notes, lending complexity to the fizz. While this is fresh and pure in style, Lanson has layers of flavour, and has impressed judges in the Champagne Masters for its complexity and brightness.

Lanson Black Label is mouthwatering and uplifting, it's great as an aperitif and can be drunk at anytime - there's no need for an excuse!

ABV = 12.5%. 

£37.00

Champagne Louis Roederer Brut Premier NV (1x75cl)

Founded in 1776, and property of the same family since 1819, Champagne Louis Roederer is today one of the last major Champagne houses to be an independent family affair. The annual production of its wines (Brut Premier, Carte Blanche, Brut Vintage, Rosé Vintage, Blanc de Blancs, Cristal, Cristal Rose) represents just over three million bottles, distributed to 100 countries worldwide.

Champagne Louis Roederer owns just over 240 hectares of vineyard located in the Montagne de Reims, Vallée de la Marne and Côte des Blancs. Each vineyard is situated in the finest site, of which 90% are Grand Cru and Premier Cru classified. Champagne Louis Roederer uses 100% of its own grapes for vintage styles, and 60% for the Brut Premier blend. Such a high proportion of estate-grown grapes is unusual in champagne, ensuring superior quality at all stages from grape to glass.

5% of the wines are matured in oak casks with weekly batonnage. 10% of the reserve wines are matured in casks with partial malolactic fermentation. Brut Premier comprises the three champagne grape varieties from more than 40 different plots. The wine is an assemblage of six years of harvesting, a part of which comes from the Champagne Louis Roederer reserve wine collection, matured in oak casks for several years. It is matured for three years in the cellar and rested for six months after disgorgement to perfect maturity. Dosage of between 10 and 11 g/l is adapted to each vintage.

40% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Meunier.

"From the outset, the texture is full and generous and, in a fairly unexpected way, integrates characteristics of maturity associated with fruitier and more refreshing notes. The wine has a fresh festive finesse, and in the mouth, the wine has structure, richness and length. It is a full, complex wine that is both modern and powerful, whilst remaining a great classic.” – Jean-Baptiste Lécaillon

Press

James Suckling: 92 Points

Wine Spectator: 92 Points

Wine Enthusiast: 92 Points

ABV = 12.0%.

£43.15

Champagne Louis Roederer Carte Blanche Demi Sec NV (1x75cl)

The upheavals of the start of the twentieth century, in particular the First World War that destroyed more than half of the Louis Roederer estate - led Léon Olry Roederer to reconstruct his vineyard. He decided to buy in grapes to ensure continuity during the period of crisis. In doing so, he created a wine of several vintages with a constant taste whatever the year of harvesting.

40% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay and 20% Pinot Meunier - 5% of wines are matured in oak casks with weekly batonnage - 10% of reserve wines are matured in casks - Partial malolactic fermentation. Carte Blanche uses all 3 Champagne grape varieties from more than 40 different plots. The wine is an assemblage of 6 years of harvesting, a part of which comes from the Louis Roederer reserve wine collection, matured in oak casks for several years. It is matured for 3 years in the cellar and rested for 6 months after disgorgement to perfect maturity.

Dosage of 42g/l is adapted to each vintage. "Liqueur de dosage" is prepared with the greatest of care from a selected blend of eight to ten of the very best crus from the Louis Roederer vineyard and then left to mature in oak casks. After dosage the champagne is left to rest for a further six months.

Carte Blanche offers intense oral tones (honey) and notes of ripe sweet fruits (caramelised apple), and warm sugar almonds (frangipane). Dosage adds a rich, creamy texture with great length but without being heavy. The freshness of the wine supports this length bringing a well-balanced and highly persistent wine.

The style is rich, creamy and full, balanced with fine acidity.

ABV = 12.5%.

£44.55

Champagne Louis Roederer Cristal 2008 (1x75cl)

Founded in 1776, and property of the same family since 1819, Champagne Louis Roederer is today one of the last major champagne houses to be an independent family affair. The annual production of its wines (Brut Premier, Carte Blanche, Brut Vintage, Rosé Vintage, Blanc de Blancs, Cristal, Cristal Rosé) represents just over three million bottles, distributed to 100 countries worldwide. In 1974, almost 200 years after the establishment of the Champagne house of Louis Roederer and 100 years after the creation of Cristal, Jean-Claude Rouzaud decided to create the Cristal Rosé cuvée. To achieve this, he selected old-vine Pinot Noir grapes using massal selection, which involves propagation from the vineyard’s most successful plants.

Cristal is a blend of Grand Crus from the Montagne de Reims, the Marne Valley and the Côte des Blancs. The wine is aged for six years in the cellars and left for a minimum of eight months after disgorging to attain the perfect maturity.

The 2008 vintage was characterised by an unusually cool, dry summer. It was a continental vintage which produced an exceptionally powerful, concentrated wine, nevertheless, the unusually cool summer temperatures made their mark on the vintage, giving it a remarkably intense saline freshness.

60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay.

Amber in colour with green and orange tints and a fine, lively sparkle. Complex and intense with aromas of candied citrus, Williams pear, pollen and toasted almond. The 2008 has an almost saline concentration derived from chalky soil in a particularly cool summer. The result is a smooth yet powerful wine with a long, taught and pure finish.

Perfect with white fish such as monk fish, and white meats.

ABV = 12.0%. 

£192.00

Champagne Philipponnat Clos Des Goisses 2005 (1x 75cl)

Partially vinified in wooden barrels to add complexity then aged for 8-10 before release this is an elegant wine with notes of linden tea, cacao, blond tobacco and vanilla. On the palate it is full-bodied with flavours of candied white fruit, stoney, mineral notes, toasted bread and smoke.

Clos des Goisses is a very fine wine before being converted to a very fine Champagne.

A perfect and unforgettable match for strong-flavoured dishes such as game, truffles, caviar and soft cheeses. Philipponnat recommend that you decant prior to serving to allow it to breath.

See blue link below for the excellent fiche technique/technical note from the winemakers at Philipponnat.

Champagne Philipponnat Clos Des Goisses 2005 - fiche technique

40% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir and 25% Pinot Meunier.

Dosage is low - technically Extra Brut - at 4.25 g/litre.

ABV = 13.0%.

NB: very slightly damaged labels - we can send photos if required.

£127.85
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