Harmony and freshness, pleasure and lightness. These wines present a gentle touch and unique aromatic nuances that make them perfect for special moments, aperitif or to come with fresh and delicate dishes.
How J. Laurens continue to make this incredible Crémant for such a low price is a total mystery. It's made in the same painstaking traditional way as Champagne, from the domaine's best parcels of vines - and tastes better than many Champagnes we've tried at double the price.
If you're looking for a great artisan Champagne, this wine from micro-négociant Dosnon Champagne is a wonderful choice. Quality and value that you just don't get from the region's dominant larger producers.
Rathfinny’s Sussex Classic Cuvée displays vivid aromas of grapefruit, red apple and brioche on the nose. The palate has real focus with zesty acidity tempered by the wine’s creamy texture and rich, biscuity notes, leading to a refreshing and moreish finish.
Westwell are an exciting new English wine producer in Kent, whose 'Pelegrim' NV sparkling is currently making big waves in the world of English wine. It recently stood out when blind tasted against top Champagne's, and both left Roberson staff and Jancis Roberson MW thinking it was a Champagne too. Made identically to Champagne on chalky soils, this elegant, complex wine is an absolute must-drink this Christmas.
Two years in the making, London Cru's winemaker Alex has just released his first sparkling wine. Having worked with Gusbourne, one of the UK’s most prestigious sparkling producers, making quality English sparkling was a huge priority for Alex. Made in the same traditional sparkling method of Champagne this wine was made from 100% Pinot Meunier grown in a single vineyard in the North Downs.
Newly released the Limney Estate Sparkling is made from the classic Champagne trio of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir & Meunier. 5 years aged on its lees has helped create a textured wine with brioche and pastry characteristics that combines with fresh natural acidity.
Created by the late, celebrated industry legend Steven Spurrier, Bride Valley Vineyards were first established in West Dorset in 2009. The Chalk soils found here are similar to those found in Champagne making it an ideal site for sparkling wine production. A blend of 2015 & 2016 vintages the Crémant has a much less aggressive fizz and so slides gently onto the palate. Delicate flavours of white fleshed fruits and summer flowers make this wine a perfect Aperitif.
Established by Davy Dosnon in 2004, this winery has established a reputation for producing plush, opulent champagnes that combine the ripe fruit of the Aube with a with sophisticated finesse.
Situated in the Côte des Bars in the south of the Champagne region, Maison Dosnon has produced this full-bodied Champagne of great complexity and power; an exceptional bubbly without the Grande Marque price tag.
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