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  1. Montes Sparkling Brut NV

    Montes Sparkling Brut NV

    Now £13.95

    Was £15.50

    £13.95

    They say there are many ways to skin a cat. But what they don’t say is that there are only a few ways you can make sparkling wine. One of these methods, and a respected one at that, is the ‘Method Champenoise’, i.e. the one what they use in Champagne. They also say that imitation is the highest form flattery and, given how many other winemaking regions use the Method Champenoise, it should be very flattered. Anyway, that’s what they say, but what we say is that this is a fulsome Champagne-alike from the little-known, cool-climate Chilean region of Zapallar. With flavours of white flowers, fresh fruits, toasted breadcrumbs and a silky mouthfeel, who cares what they say anyway!

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  2. Grüner Veltliner Sekt

    Huber Grüner Veltliner Sekt 2014

    Now £16.65

    Was £18.50

    £16.65

    If you turn up at most people’s houses with a bottle Grüner Veltliner, they’ll probably look excited and will say ‘Ooh, sounds exotic!!’ to which you’ll smoothly say ‘It’s Austrian darling. Not a very well-known grape variety. Oodles of zingy orchard fruit,’ and they will be suitably impressed. If you turn up with a limited-supply, sparkling Grüner Veltliner, they’ll look really excited and say ‘Oh, you shouldn’t have!’ to which you’ll say ‘Yah. It’s a limited supply sparkling Grüner Veltliner. Pretty rare. Delicious.’ You may want to tone down the nonchalance a little if you actually want to be let through the door.

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  3. Loimer Sparkling Extra Brut NV

    Loimer Sparkling Extra Brut NV

    Now £18.90

    Was £21.00

    £18.90

    When you think of sparkling wine grapes, you might automatically gravitate to Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier, the classic Champagne varietals. Grüner Veltliner and Zweigelt might not be the first grapes you'd think of, even though they make up 75% of this delicious fizz grown in Gumpoldskirchen in Austria. Which might not be the first place you'd think of either. Cultivated biodynamically - as you might not expect - it has apple and citrus flavours from the Grüner and rich, creamy brioche touches from the red grapes. And the other 25%? Pinot Noir, of course. What are we, weird or something?

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  4. Champagne Tarlant Reserve Brut NV

    Champagne Tarlant Reserve Brut NV

    Now £26.10

    Was £29.00

    £26.10

    Family is a good thing. If you need convincing, just tune into EastEnders – Phil Mitchell often reminds people of the importance of family. The Tarlants, in Champagne, also value family, but don’t have menacing undertones. What they do have, however, is huge respect for the 11 generations of winemakers before them and for the land tended by them since 1687. They run their vineyards sustainably and vinify plots separately, adding only a small dosage, which allows the expression of the grapes to shine through. We think Phil would approve.

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  5. H. Blin Champagne Blanc de Noirs NV

    H. Blin Champagne Blanc de Noirs NV

    Now £27.00

    Was £30.00

    £27.00

    "***Silver at the IWC 2015*** The world's not short of Millers, think of Arthur, Glenn or Windy, but let's not forget the French one from Champagne, Pinot Meunier, with leaves quite downy, spreads itself round Champagne townies and Loire Valley villages like Moselle and Touraine, The French thought it looked rather floury, so they named it ‘Miller’ (that's how Meunier translates to English speakers), And it makes a wine that tastes of toast and brioche so it's kind of right that Blin want us to sip this from our beakers, For your wine can be audacious when your leaves look farinaceous so we recommend this highly to all foodie pleasure seekers!"

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  6. Laurent Perrier Ultra Brut NV Champagne

    Laurent Perrier Ultra Brut NV Champagne

    Now £40.00

    Was £50.00

    £40.00

    Laurent Perrier's Ultra Brut is a "zero dosage" champagne, meaning that no sugar is added at the end of the fermentation process. It might surprise you to learn that this is unusual, but it is. Does it mean that Ultra Brut's a zero calorie, guilt free way of consuming the world's favourite celebratory tipple. Hmm, probably not. On the other hand does it mean that it's a super dry, super crisp, superstylish, just plain super glass of fizz? It certainly does. Ultra, indeed.

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