Champagne

The Champagne appellation cover nearly 84,000 acres of vineyards, largely centered around four regions: the Montagne De Reims, Vallee De La Marne, Cote Des Blancs, and Cote Des Bar.

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  1. $89.00

    Beau Joie

    Stylist & Designer Publications are raving about this new luxury spectacular Champagne that is packaged so beautifully.

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  2. $160.00

    Beau Joie

    A perfectly balanced Rose, with a light crisp taste, fresh and fruity, with the color of delicate rose petals. Just a hint of sweetness really accents the fine fruit flavor.

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  3. $89.99

    Billecart-Salmon

    The NV Brut Rose emerges from the glass with the essence of freshly cut flowers, berries and minerals in a mid-weight, gracious style. It shows gorgeous inner perfume, along with persistent notes of chalkiness that frame the long, sublime finish. Year in, year out, this estate’s NV Brut Rose is one of the most consistently outstanding wines in the region.

    -Robert Parker

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  4. $70.00

    Bollinger

    91RP

    The NV Brut Special Cuvee is fabulous. Hints of pears, pastry crust and hazelnut lead to an expansive core of fruit. There is plenty of the signature Bollinger oxidative style in this rich, enveloping Champagne. Once again the Special Cuvee is one of the best Champagnes in its price range.

    -Robert Parker

    Rockets-to-the-Sky old style without question the top quality champagne. This is lovely, big stuff. Founded in 1829, Bollinger has enjoyed a rich and distinctive history. The Bollinger style is one of both richness and finesse, aided in the non-vintage Special Cuvee by partial vinification in barrel and an extraordinary collection of reserve wines.
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  5. $52.00

    Bollinger

    91RP

    The NV Brut Special Cuvee is fabulous. Hints of pears, pastry crust and hazelnut lead to an expansive core of fruit. There is plenty of the signature Bollinger oxidative style in this rich, enveloping Champagne. Once again the Special Cuvee is one of the best Champagnes in its price range.

    -Robert Parker

    Rockets-to-the-Sky old style without question the top quality champagne. This is lovely, big stuff. Founded in 1829, Bollinger has enjoyed a rich and distinctive history. The Bollinger style is one of both richness and finesse, aided in the non-vintage Special Cuvee by partial vinification in barrel and an extraordinary collection of reserve wines.
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  6. $25,500.00

    Roederer Cristal 2002

    25 Limited Edition

    MEDALLION BOTTLE

    When it came to designing this Cristal Jeroboam, all I could think of was the light of the wine protected in a clear bottle that was imposing due to its size. No shadows on the bottle, only reflections from a “sun”. From this idea emerged that of a delicate lattice like a jewel against the skin. Medallion links encasing the surface of the glass to create a precious, unique setting for each movement.

    Philippe Di Méo

     

    Each medallion bottle is 100% hand-crafted, Four days of work, Two master goldsmiths, Twelve different trades, Seven meters of brass tape dipped in 24 carat gold, Five hundred and eight silver-weld points. Four hundred Jeroboam 2002s in the World – two hundred released in 2013

     

    Highly technical prowess based on advanced knowhow inspired by the greatest traditions of jewellery, Roederer’s emblematic medallion is composed of a light, protective\ 24-carat latticework. The 2002 cuvée is a jewel, revealing its many facets in the shimmering reflections from this sensual, timeless, powdered gold armour.

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  7. $750.00

    Dom Perignon

    95RP

    The 2003 Dom Perignon is at first intensely floral, with perfumed jasmine that dominates the bouquet. With time in the glass the wine gains richness as the flavors turn decidedly riper and almost tropical. Apricots, passion fruit and peaches emerge from this flashy, opulent Dom Perignon. The wine’s volume makes it approachable today, but readers in search of more complexity will want to cellar this for at least a few years to allow for some of the baby fat to drop off. Geoffroy describes the vintage as very ripe and adds that some of the Chardonnay showed the ill-effects of the hot growing season in the somewhat burned, dehydrated fruit that came in that year.

    -Robert Parker

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  8. $105.00

    DUVAL-LEROY BLANC DE BLANCS GRAND CRU 2006

    Made from 100% Chardonnay from the Champagne region’s finest Grand Cru vineyards, Duval-Leroy Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru is creamy on the palate with flavors of tangerine and toasted almonds. Undercurrents of apple, lemon zest and sea salt make it the perfect pairing with fish and shellfish, roasted chicken and hard cheeses. 

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  9. $95.00

    DUVAL-LEROY ROSE PRESTIGE PREMIER CRU

    Duval-Leroy Rosé Prestige Premier Cru is made only from grapes with a Premier Cru designation, and then aged a minimum of three years, a practice that is a hallmark of the Duval-Leroy Champagne house. This wine is made primarily from Pinot Noir with a touch of Chardonnay. Fine and harmonious, this wine has alternating layers of light chalky texture and firm acidity with flavors of white raspberry, rich pastry, lemon zest and ginger.

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  10. $112.00

    Krug

    91RP

    The NV Brut Grande Cuvee emerges from the glass with freshly cut flowers, almonds, pastry and spices. This is a relatively floral, bright Grande Cuvee with fewer of the oxidative qualities that are typical of the house style. 

    The Krug style is one of great complexity, richness, and finesse, achieved through fermentation in wood and a mastery of blending: indeed, many would argue that no house is as skilled at blending as Krug. The Krug philosophy finds its ultimate expression in the Grande Cuvee.

    -Robert Parker

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