Sparkling Wines & Champagnes
Corney & Barrow, Blanc de Blancs, Savoie, France, NV £25.00
A fresh and bright, bone-dry sparkling blanc de blancs from the Savoie region situated to the east of Burgundy towards the Swiss border. Produced using the ´methode traditionelle´ or `methode champenoise´, the blend is Ugni Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Chardonnay and a local varietal Jacquere all know for the acidic characteristics they produce in cool conditions – perfect for top quality sparkling wine production. Apples, blossom and brioche on the nose with a crisp, citrusy, clean and refreshing palate and length.
Rose de Salici Brut, Col de Salici, Veneto, Italy £29.00
A charming pastel pink colour with aromas of red fruit and pears, with a refreshing red cherry palate, which are lifted by a fine, delicate sparkle
Prosecco di Valdobbiadene Extra Dry, Col de Salici, Veneto, Italy £30.50
A delightful Prosecco: soft textured, clean as a whistle, with green apple fruit, floral notes and a delicate finish.
Champagne Testulat Blanc de Blancs N.V. £45.95
A subtle and refined Champagne with apple and quince fruit flavours and superb balance.
Champagne Testulat Rose N.V. £53.00
A refreshing blend of noble grapes gives a Champagne which over delivers with its basket of soft red fruit flavours. It’s a full flavoured wine that will please glass after glass!
Champagne Deutz Brut Classic N.V. £55.50
The distinctive house style of elegance and finesse, which has made Deutz one of the most respected of Champagne Houses, is reflected in this fine non-vintage. The assemblage is approximately 38% Pinot Noir, 32% Pinot Meunier and 30% Chardonnay.
Half bottles £28.40
Champagne Bollinger, Grande Année 1999 £140.00
Bollinger only produces vintage Champagne in exceptional years and the House certainly took advantage of the outstanding 1999 vintage. With aromas of baked bread and honeyed and citrus flavours on the palate, the 1999 Grande Année is very firmly structured and creamily full-bodied with a beautifully long nutty aftertaste.