Prices are in Euro and inclusive of VAT.
Should a vintage become unavailable we will be pleased to offer you a suitable alternative.
All wines on list contain between. 8% and 15% of alcohol by volume
Champagne & Sparkling Wine
N.V. Rosé Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin -
Toast and cream on the nose with a touch of cherry. Medium bodied palate with
more cherry as it came across as a little tart, with creamy oak and a medium finish
that left the mouth clean.
Dom Perignon Moët et Chandon -
Nutty, dark caramel, green apple and pumpernickel bread. A dark yeasty quality.
Palate is really nice. Long finish with great balance and acidity.
Cuvee Cristal Louis Roederer -
In 1876 Tsar Alexander II of Russia, fearing that a bomb hidden behind the
conventional green glass of a Champagne bottle might be used to assassinate
him, ordered Champagne to be produced in a clear glass bottle and without
the traditional bell-shaped base. In order to ensure that this bottle shape was
able to cope with the pressure, it had to be manufactured from lead crystal, and
hence became known as Cristal. The wine itself is full-bodied and powerful but
balanced, fully deserving of its stellar reputation.
N.V. Armand de Brignac ‘Brut’ Gold -
Cattier, Champagne, France
Pale lemony colour. Smooth peach nose with pear and floral notes. Complex with
mineral smokiness, restraint, honey and spicy finesse. Creamy, foamy palate with
good freshness and tropical fruit. Linear with compact fruit and wonderful length.
Dom Perignon Rosé Moët et Chandon -
Light amber-pink in colour with a seamless combination of red berried fruit,
brioche, cream and marzipan notes with a surprising saline element coming out
on the back end. The mouthfeel here is just as striking as the flavours themselves
it’s very polished and glossy with a real lightness of touch and fantastic balance.
N.V. Brut Impériale Moët et Chandon -
Clear, very pale straw, small, active bubbles; very light, subtle aroma, hints of
lowers, vanilla grapefruit, yeast; light, mild mouthfeel; flavours show fruit, toast,
bread dough and yeast; excellent balance, slightly tart; pleasant, flavourful
aftertaste. A blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.
N.V. Brut Yellow Label Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin -
Clear, pale straw; very light, citric, apple, toast, butter and yeast aromas; very
expansive, full, with a rich, soft, creamy texture; clean, light, gentle, wispy, faintly
sweet flavours integrate fruit and yeast well; well-balanced; lemony, yeasty
flavours linger well in finish. A blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.