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Castillo Perelada Cava Brut Reserva NV (1x75cl)

Perelada Brut Reserva is made with wine of the three typical cava varieties: Macabeo, Xarel·lo and Parellada. This is a classic cava made according to the traditional method, with the utmost rigor and care that are characteristic of Perelada.

Pale yellow colour. Good bubble detachment. Thanks to its ageing, it has developed a fine aroma with fruit hints. Its well balanced structure, elegance and sensorial richness form an unmistakable personality.

£11.80

Deakin Estate Chardonnay Pinot Noir Brut Non Vintage (1x 75cl)

A complex, elegant nose with citrus and bready notes leads to a fresh, appley palate, followed by a soft, mouthfilling finish.

£9.42

Gobillard Brut Baron De Marck NV (1x 75cl)

Much of the trick in buying Champagne liess 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.
£23.03

Graham Beck Bliss Demi Sec (6x75cl)

Delightfully light yeasty aromas are complemented by hints of butterscotch, honey and praline. This luscious bubbly will stimulate your sweeter senses.

£84.67

Graham Beck Brut Rose NV (1x75cl)

Pale silver-pink. Aromas of raspberries cherries and a few secondary whiffs of minerality. A lively mousse but fine in the mouth with subtle red berry flavours enlivened by bright acids. Brisk on the palate showing hints of oyster shell and fresh lavender.

£10.65

Innocent Bystander Pink Moscato 2016 (1x75cl)

A pretty pale pink, this has candy floss, sherbert, pink grapefruit & mandarin aromas. Rose water, toffee apple and rhubarb crumble develop on the palate, which has a spritzy fizz and a fresh pear and raspberry finish.

£8.55

Laurent Perrier Brut NV (1x 20cl)

A blend of 45% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir & 15% Pinot Meunier. This Champagne has a delicate and fresh nose, with good complexity and notes of citrus and with fruit. It is fresh and supple upon entry with rounded and expressive flavours from which the fruit progressively emerges. Good balance and length.

£12.55

Nyetimber Rose NV (1x 75cl)

Tiny gentle bubbles and a vibrant salmon colour distinguish this blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Lovely blackcurrant and strawberry aromas intermingle with hints of spice and brioche to add layers of complexity and interest. The supple texture of the wine is coaxed out by these ripe, sweet red fruit flavours together with its frothy character. A bright currant flavour balances the fullness and leaves the palate refreshed.

£33.05

Peter Lehmann Masters `Black Queen` Sparkling Shiraz 2011 (1x 75cl)

Beautifully deep in colour with a persistent fine bead. The bouquet shows hints of satsuma, plum and black cherry leading to an explosion of dark exotic fruits on the palate. A very special sparkling red for times of celebration.

£19.50

Peter Lehmann Masters `Black Queen` Sparkling Shiraz 2012 (1x75cl)

Beautifully deep in colour with a persistent fine bead. The bouquet shows hints of satsuma, plum and black cherry leading to an explosion of dark exotic fruits on the palate. A very special sparkling red for times of celebration.

£21.20

Pierre Bertrand Brut Premier Cru Champagne NV(1x75cl)

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 equal thirds of the classic trio of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. 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. 

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. At 7g/l of dosage/residual sugar, this is a drier 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.

£21.95

Reserva Brut Special Edition, Torelló NV (1x 75cl)

Bright, pale straw with lime hints. Floral and white fruit aromas, like ripe apple, pear and melon with fine hints of brioche and anise. Velvety texture with fine and persistent bubbles.

£15.72

Ruggeri Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore Brut Quartese DOCG (1x 75cl)

See here for a review of the Quartese and a mention of the differences of higher-quality Prosecco.

Ruggeri, established by Giustino Bisol in 1950, is now run by his son, Paolo, and grandchildren Giustino and Isabella. This winery’s collection of Proseccos – many bottled as top-quality Prosecco di Valdobbiadene DOCG – are among the finest to be found in the region.

And don’t be misled: Ruggeri may only have been established in 1950 (and it moved to its current home in Valdobbiadene as recently as the early 1990s), but this is a family synonymous with the history of the region. The place name ‘Case Bisoi’ – houses of the Bisols – is found on the area’s oldest maps, and the family has been cultivating grapes here for centuries.

This Prosecco is slightly greenish, brilliant and streaked with a persistent perlage of minute bubbles. The bouquet is fruity and intense, yet elegant. Clear scents of golden apples come through a floral background. It is dry wine, fresh and lean, soft and rounded, with good length and pleasantly fruity finish.

Traditionally served as an aperitif, this Brut Prosecco is also ideal with fish and shellfish.

We like this because it is a seriously classy, high-quality Prosecco at a tremendous price. It's a Valdobbiadene Prosecco Superiore, and most definitely not your average supermarket fare. If Champagne is not for you, this is a Prosecco you can serve with pride, while die-hard Prosecco fans will love the extra flavour.

£11.00
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