The most glamourous region of them all, Champagne, located about 160 kilometres from Paris, is famous for Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier, which elegantly combine to form the iconic drink that bears its name. Champagne developed a reputation for quality wine in the early Middle Ages and when producers discovered the secret to their unique style of Sparkling wine, great Champagne houses were borne in the 17th and 18th centuries and were identified by the Jazz Age, where Champagne was the symbol of the era. The region’s climate is such that grapes struggle to ripen and the base wines that are produced are extremely thin and acidic but the method of production is key to its success.



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  2. Dom Pérignon 1998 P2 Late Disgorged
  3. G.H. Mumm Grand Cordon Bottle & 2 Flute Gift Pack
  4. Moet and Chandon Grand Vintage 1993 Gift Boxed
  5. Lanson Black Label Champagne Brut NV
  6. Louis Roederer Brut Nature Deluxe 2012
  7. Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 2012 Gift Boxed
  8. Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut NV Non Gift Box
  9. G.H.Mumm Cuvee R. Lalou 1999
  10. Dom Pérignon 2002 P2 Late Disgorged Gift Boxed
  11. G.H.Mumm Cordon Rouge NV 3L Jeroboam with Flutes
  12. G.H.Mumm Vintage 2013 Gift Boxed
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  15. Moët & Chandon ICE Brut Imperial NV 1.5lt Magnum
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