BOTTLE SELECTION​

*Some wines may be a blend however the grape varietal will be the dominant grape under the catergories.

CHAMPAGNE BLANC​

Champagne is produced in the Champagne region of France, a sparkling wine produced in the traditional method from particular grape varietals including Pinot Noir, Chardonnay & Pinot Meunier. Classically a white or rose wine due to extraction methods which minimises contact between the juice & skin.
  • NV - Moët & Chandon Imperial, Brut

    Épernay
    750 ML - 795

  • NV - Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée, Brut

    Aÿ
    750 ML - 965

  • NV - Veuve Clicquot, Yellow Label, Brut

    Reims
    750 ML - 1120

  • NV - Billecart-Salmon, Sous Bois, Brut

    Aÿ
    750 ML - 1980

  • 2011 - Taittinger, Comtes De Champagne Blanc De Blanc

    Reims
    750 ML -

  • 2013 - Cristal By Louis Roederer

    Reims
    750 ML - 4900

CHAMPAGNE ROSÉ

Pink champagnes derive their colour from either longer contact between skin & juice or the addition of a small amount of red wine back into the champagne.
  • NV - Ruinart, Brut Rosé

    Reims
    750 ML - 1650

  • NV - Laurent-Perrier, Brut Rosé

    Reims
    750 ML - 2100

CHAMPAGNE MAGNUMS

  • NV - Armand de Brignac, Ace of Spades Gold

    Reims
    1500 ML - 14900