Mimi Pink, Morton Estate, Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
Made from the same grapes as Champagne, this wine is delicate with a pleasant fruity persistence.
Bottle – £32
Cava Marrugat Gran Brut Nature Millesime 2011, Spain
This wonderful Cava has won a “Gold Outstanding” medal at the 2017 IWSC awards. Conserves the varietal flavours mingled with those of the ageing process to achieve a perfect balance. It is fine and elegant on the palate.
Glass – £9
Bottle – £36
Henners Brut, East Sussex, England
Biscuity brioche on the nose, with delicate white flowers and full fruit. Citrus, apple and ‘leesy’ characters add complexity to the palate.
Bottle – £49
Champagne Gremillet Brut NV, France
Fresh floral aromas combine with characteristic sweet brioche overtones, balanced by peach skin and baked biscuit flavours with a crisp citrus finish
Glass – £13
Bottle – £49
Marc Hebrart Cuvée de Reserve 1er Cru Champagne, France
This Premier Cru, Pinot Noir dominant Champagne has great structure. Oak fermentation and malolactic fermentation makes a complex Champagne with balanced acidity which really over delivers on quality.
Bottle – £56
Marc Hebrart 1er Cru Rosé Champagne, France
Salmon coloured rosé Champagne from the talented Jean-Paul Hebrart. This is a very elegant style of rosé Champagne at an excellent price.
Bottle – £63
Pol Roger Brut Reserve Champagne, France
This Champagne has good weight with lots of elegance and finesse. A fine and powerful cuvée.
1/2 bottle- £35
Bottle – £65
Magnum – £120
Pol Roger Rich Champagne, France
For those who prefer their Champagne off-dry. Ripe, floral nose followed by a subtle sweetness which is offset by lively, natural acidity. Perfectly suited as an accompaniment to sweet food.
Bottle – £65
Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut NV Champagne, France
Full, dry rounded Champagne of quality.
Bottle – £75
Bollinger Special Cuvée Champagne, France
Stylish & concentrated with a weight of Pinot fruit on the palate.
Bottle – £80
R de Ruinart Champagne, France
A good, meaty, biscuity, Pinot-influenced nose. Full, bright, leafy, red berry fruit on the palate, with a firm mousse and creamy finish.
Bottle – £85
Louis Roederer Brut Premier Cru Champagne, France
Full and generous on the palate, a complex wine that is both powerful and modern, a classic.
Bottle – £90
Laurent Perrier Cuvée Rosé Champagne, France
Made from 100% Pinot Noir, this is clean and wonderfully fresh with a suppleness on the palate and a lingering finish. An absolute classic!
Bottle – £95
Champagne Ruinart Blanc de Blancs, France
From the longest established Champagne house. Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes from premier cru vineyards, the palate is both precise and clean, as the wine delivers a radiant balance between roundness and smoothness.
Bottle – £105
Pol Roger Brut 2008 Champagne, France
Produced only in limited quantities, the Brut Vintage 2008 has been aged for eight years in Pol Roger’s cellars before being disgorged and released onto the market. This hotly anticipated wine is made from Pol Roger’s traditional vintage blend of 60% Pinot Noir and 40% Chardonnay, blended from 20 grands and premiers crus vineyards in the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs. What marks out Pol’s 2008 is its bewitching combination of purity, richness and complexity. Many have compared it to the outstanding 2002 but more refined and structured.
Bottle – £120
Krug Grand Cuvée Champagne, France
This famous Champagne is blended from up to 50 different wines and from 6 to 10 different years. It has an intense bouquet with full round aromas and a superbly rich flavour of roasted hazelnuts ending on a flowery and fresh note.
Bottle – £210
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