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Tasting Notes: Three Opinions


Straw yellow. Fine bubbles. Scent of lemon and apple. Flavours of lemon, green lemon, green apple and peach.


Golden colour. Nice yeast, Apple and citrus on the nose. Followed up adding butter, peach, and some surprising honey notes at the back. Nice mousse, good balance. Medium finish.


Pale lemon. Nose of white fruit, currant, and some biscuit & yeast. Medium-bodied, high acid, delicate bubbles. Lemonade finish accompanied by passion fruit, truly crisp & rejuvenating.

A really nice champagne. Highly recommend it.


Food Pairing to wine:


Oysters natural, Crustations, fish, Hors D’Oeuvres, cold cuts of meat cheese or just on its own.

French Champagne:

While there are many sparkling wine regions around the globe, only Champagne from the Champagne appellation in France can be labelled as such.

Champagne has long been the wine of choice to celebrate special occasions, and its reputation as a luxury beverage has been intact since the Romans established vineyards in Reims in the 5th century (that's a really long time ago).

Sparkling Champagne wasn't discovered until the 16th century, by accident, by the Benedictine Monks. Early vintages of Champagne were dubbed “the devil's wine” because the bottles tended to explode. Improvements to both bottle and cork developed over hundreds of years.

Champagne is made from a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Munier grapes, and most of it is produced as a non-vintage wine, meaning that it's a blend of several vintages. Generally speaking, non-vintage Champagne is fantastic, and tends to be less expensive than vintage Champagne—this is because a vintage year is only declared when growing conditions are especially favourable.

The convivial nature of Champagne is due in part to how it's made. Following primary fermentation and bottling, a secondary alcoholic fermentation is induced in the bottle, which is achieved by the addition of yeast and rock sugar. The bubbles we love so much are a natural by product of this magical secondary fermentation, in the form of carbon dioxide.


Grape Varieties:

Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Munier.

Other Information:

Please note: Vintage may vary when delivered. We do our best to ensure the current vintage is displayed as soon as available, but variations can occur.

  • Serve at 12 degrees C
  • 2020-vintage
  • 6 x 750mL units
  • FRA - Alsace, Imported
  • Cork closure
  • 13.5%. Alcohol Content: