Champagne is perhaps the most well known wine, but it isn't known for being wine! It is known for drinking in celebration, spraying over racing drivers and generally not being appreciated for the wine it is. Rather than stocking the big brands that blend out the unique character of the different regions of Champagne, we focus on the small growers and producers that showcase these wonderful terroirs.
This full and rich champagne is produced by Didier Gallimard from his small vineyard around Les Riceys. This (almost dangerously) easy drinking champagne has a wonderful summer fruits flavour with...
All the wonderfulness of the full bottle, just in a little bottle. Contains Sulphites
With rich and enticing wines, Didier Gallimard owns 10 hectares of vines in Aube. They are Pinot Noir dominant with a touch of Chardonnay for freshness.
A frightfully good pink from this family run company that makes brilliant Champagne for very little money.
Not the name of that rolling droid in Episode 7, but Lallier's exquisite wine with the number referring to the vintage of the base wine, to which older reserve wines are...
"Biscuit, brioche and baked custard! All with some lemon curd zing and a brilliant structured palate." A biodynamic small producer Champagne - freed from the shackles of large negociants, there...
Mature, oral nose of hawthorn fruit with notes of cherry and plums. It is straightforward and fresh in the mouth, but also really silky smooth. The full richness of the...
Simply stunning. Crisp, pithy wines with gorgeous minerality and perfect balance. You must try this wine if you are a Blanc de Blancs fan. Contains Sulphites
Light colour, lovely creamy wine with fresh grapefruit, tonic water, lemon curd flavours, yeasty, grilled nut complexity, fine light chalky textures, sprightly effervescence and superb mineral length. Very attractive elegant...
This crisp, fresh Blanc de Blancs has no dosage added which means it is the nearest thing you'll get to 'Diet Champagne'. Bone dry, crisp and citrussy, this is a...
A lovely Champagne, fresh and crisp with plenty more to come when it gets some bottle age.
This organic champagne has an exceptional depth of avour. There are hints of lemon curd, with spiced apple aromas and subtle toasty notes. The mineral freshness and pure elegant fruit...
70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, Golden yellow, lovely delicate aromas. On the palate, flavours of wood, warm brioche and a hint of spice. Outrageously gorgeous. It's also organic. Contains Sulphites...
An explosion of charming fruit aromas on the nose: apricot, pear as well as exotic notes of mango and caramelized pineapple lifted by a subtle touch of citrus and pink...
A delicious pink fizz from this wonderful Vertus producer. Red fruit, fresh acidity and a nutty note with hints of orange on the end. Contains Sulphites
The colour is a rich crystalline gold. The nose opens up with notes of fig, prune and pineapple. On tasting, the wine is rich, fleshy and velvety. It is beautifully...
Pale colour. Fresh grapefruit, pear, grilled nut, light lanolin, flinty aromas. Mouthfilling wine with generous grapefruit, lemon glac
This Champagne has rich aromas and flavours of citrus fruit, peach and brioche. Fine delicate bubbles and a long finish.
Peachy on the palate with long toasty notes, this wine that has been ageing for over a decade is a blend of equal parts Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
'One of the most arresting champagnes to have come my way for quite a while' says Jancis Robinson - this is a solera started in 1982, kept in stainless steel...