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Champagne

BLANC DE BLANCS

7 Réserve blanc de blancs brut Charles de Fére N/V £50
2 Blanc de Blancs, Reims Ruinart N/V £110
8 Extra Brut Reserve Berêche et Fils N/V £160
4 Dom Ruinart, Reims Ruinart N/V £240

 

GRANDES MARQUES

20 Brut Tradition, Reims Gardet N/V £70
21 Brut Imperial, Reims Moet et Chandon N/V £86
1 “R” de Ruinart, Reims Ruinart N/V £98
22 Special Cuvée, Aÿ Bollinger N/V £100
23 Brut Premier Cru “Charles Gardet” Millésime, Reims Gardet 2004 £120
26 Belle Epoque, Epernay Perrier-Jouët 2011 £280
29 Grand Siècle, Tours-sur-Marne Laurent-Perrier N/V £260
27 Cuvée Louise, Reims Pommery 2002 £305
28 Cristal, Reims Louis Roederer 2008 £320

 

ROSÉ

3 Rosé Brut, Reims Ruinart N/V £110
30 Rosé Brut, Reims Moet et Chandon N/V £110
31 Rosé Brut, Aÿ Bollinger N/V £115
32 Cuvée Rosé Brut, Tours-sur-Marne Laurent-Perrier N/V £123

 

BLANC DE NOIRS

41 “Roses de Jeanne”, Aube Cedric Bouchard N/V £95

 

ZERO DOSAGE / BRUT NATURE

40 Brut Essentiel Grand Cru “Bouzy”, Bouzy Benoit Lahaye N/V £85
10 Ultra Brut, Tours-sur-Marne Laurent-Perrier N/V £118

 

SPARKLING WINES

60 Brut “Arte Tradicional” – Rio Grande du Sul              BRAZIL Casa Valduga N/V £40
61 Brut “Cuvée Prestige” – Lombardy                    ITALY Cà del Bosco N/V £90
62 Cava Brut Nature Torellò 225” – Catalunya     SPAIN Torellò 2013 £65

Dom Perignon often hold back some of their wines to be released at a later point. As a champagne matures it reaches 3 different peaks of excellence through its life, these are known as Plenitudes. The first peak (P1) comes approximately 8 years after the harvest and is the style that most consumers are familiar with. The second stage (P2) takes roughly 15 years, during which time the cuvée takes a profound leap to a new quality level where it will plateau for many years in terms of improvement. Finally, the third plénitude (P3) will see the champagne ageing another 2030 years until it reaches its ultimate  peak.  Initially  these  mature  vintages  were  made  available  under  limited  release  called “Oenothèque” but were re-braned in 2014 as “Pnitude”.

 

 

BRUT Bottle
5 Brut Vintage Dom Perignon 2008 £250
6 Second Plenitude (P2) Dom Perignon 2000 £540

 

 

MAGNUM

73 Brut Vintage Dom Perignon 2008 £500
72 Brut Vintage Dom Perignon 1995 £900

 

 

ROSÉ

73 Brut Rosé Vintage Dom Perignon 2005 £460
72 Brut Rosé Vintage Dom Perignon 1995 £600

 

 

OLDER VINTAGES

81 Oenothèque Dom Perignon 1976 £800
82 Oenothèque Dom Perignon 1971 £1400
83 Oenothèque Dom Perignon 1966 £3000

ENGLISH WINES

England’s Sparkling wine history is longer than people think with Christopher Merrett, an English Scientist, who made influential changes to the Champagne Method of production in the 17th Century. However, production of quality wines is a much more recent step. Produced in the same method and from the same grapes as Champagne it can produce some excellent sparkling wines to rival its French cousins and due to climate change our still wines are getting better all the time.

 

SPARKLING WINE

Kent

85 Brut Chapel Down N/V £65

 

WHITE WINE

Devon

92 Bacchus “Sandbar” Lyme Bay Winery 2016 £45

 

Surrey

94 White Pinot Litmus Wines 2015 £68

 

RED WINE

Kent

89 Pinot Noir Hush Heath Estate 2017 £55