£45.00
A casual glance down the list of prominent Champagne names will, before long, reveal Laurent-Perrier as one of the leading lights. With its impeccable credentials,...
£48.00
Good old Pol Roger! The noblest of the Champagne houses and one of the region's elder statesmen. The consistent class and finesse of this rich...
Taittinger's Rosé is a deep, ruby tinted pink. It's almost exactly the colour of quince jelly - and in the same way the quince jelly...
The Canard-Duchêne, a bottle that's balanced, silky and elegant. This Brut Reserve is an exceptional champagne that offers a delicate, aromatic richness. Golden yellow in...
£12.00
A fabulously fun and fruity Rosé version of our best selling Prosecco. Adored for its soft mousse and bursting with flavours of peach, raspberry, flowers and ripe passion...
This Crémant de Bourgogne is brilliantly gold in colour and reveals a fine stream of delicate bubbles. The nose is subtle with notes of lemon...
£13.00
A fabulously fun and fruity off-dry number, this classic Italian fizz has become adored by Latin lovers for its soft mousse, or bubbles. It offers...
***Bronze at the International Wine Challenge 2015*** Laurent-Perrier Rosé is not so much a Champagne as an adored institution. The delightfully squat, curvaceous bottle has...
This crisp and fruity sparkling wine is a great alternative to Champagne. Pale yellow with golden hints, it expresses the freshness of the Loire with...
£14.50
Paul Mittnacht could’ve been anything he put his mind to. A great sportsman he might have played football for his local side Strasbourg, a gifted...

Noël Coward reportedly asked “Why do I drink Champagne for breakfast? Doesn’t everyone?” Well, maybe not every morning, Noël, but we certainly like it very much indeed. Who wouldn’t? Champagne is not only one of the most perfect drinks on the planet, but it is also probably one of the most perfect wine-making regions anywhere. We’re not talking about the weather, which can be a little bit too much like ours for our liking; we are talking about the symbiotic relationship of its producers.


With their consistent style, availability and prestige, big Champagne Houses such as Laurent-Perrier and Pol Roger (who are family-owned), have built up Champagne’s incredible reputation and this has made it one of the most famous and emulated wines on Earth. These larger producers are able to promote the Champagne brand overseas, support smaller producers by buying their grapes and innovate by playing with fermentation in oak, dosage (very dry) styles and organic viticulture. The smaller producers, therefore are very fond of their big brothers… But what about the little brothers? Well, we wuv them, big time.