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Champagne

“Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right.” Mark Twain
 
Champagne, the most famous sparkling wine in the world, originates from the most northerly wine region of France. It is strictly regulated to maintain it's high quality status, exclusively using the term Champagne or 'Méthode Champenoise', the secondary fermentation in the bottle to create bubbles. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier are the grapes permitted and used in varying percentages by different maisons. For example, 'Blanc de Blancs' is made exclusively from the white Chardonnay grape. Most Champagnes are a blend of vintages (non vintage) with Vintage and Prestige Cuvées, such as Dom Pérignon and Cristal, being sourced from one single quality year. 
These are the wine producers in this region. Click to view the wines they produce.

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Dom Pérignon 1976
Champagne, France
1976
Colour
1 x 75cl
£495.00
Duty Paid
1990
Colour
3 x 150cl
£4000.00
In-Bond
1998
Colour
1 x 150cl
£495.00
In-Bond
1999
Colour
1 x 150cl
£450.00
In-Bond
Henriot Brut Rosé 1975
Champagne, France
1975
Colour
1 x 75cl
£325.00
In-Bond
1996
Colour
1 x 300cl
£310.00
In-Bond
Henriot Millésime 2008
Champagne, France
2008
Colour
6 x 75cl
£285.00
In-Bond
2012
Colour
6 x 75cl
£365.00
In-Bond
1961
Colour
1 x 37.5cl
£1000.00
Duty Paid
Krug Vintage 2000
Champagne, France
2000
Colour
6 x 75cl
£1800.00
In-Bond
2014
Colour
3 x 150cl
£289.00
In-Bond
2006
Colour
6 x 75cl
£350.00
Duty Paid
Enquire about Louis Roederer Brut Nature Starck 2006
1990
Colour
1 x 600cl
£6500.00
In-Bond
2002
Colour
1 x 75cl
£535.00
Duty Paid
2012
Colour
1 x 150cl
£1000.00
In-Bond
1999
Colour
1 x 150cl
£1400.00
In-Bond
2000
Colour
1 x 75cl
£850.00
In-Bond
2004
Colour
3 x 75cl
£255.00
In-Bond
1978
Colour
1 x 75cl
£295.00
Duty Paid
1921
Colour
1 x 75cl
£2500.00
In-Bond
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