Champagne

Good Champagne has to be one of the world’s finest wines. Served cool (but not icy cold!) it expresses all its finesse, freshness, elegance and complexity, that comes from grapes grown on steep slopes in very distinctive terroirs, in a relatively harsh climate for viticulture. Add to this, Champagne’s major grapes, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, the typicity of each Cru and the skill of the winemakers and you have a superb range of styles and flavours that has made Champagne’s reputation for centuries.

Champagne

Good Champagne has to be one of the world’s finest wines. Served cool (but not icy cold!) it expresses all its finesse, freshness, elegance and complexity, that comes from grapes grown on steep slopes in very distinctive terroirs, in a relatively harsh climate for viticulture. Add to this, Champagne’s major grapes, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, the typicity of each Cru and the skill of the winemakers and you have a superb range of styles and flavours that has made Champagne’s reputation for centuries.

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  1. La Grande Dame 2004

    Champagne -
    White

    Varietal : Champagne Blend

    Wine Spectator : 94
    Jancis Robinson : 17+

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    $144.99
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