From the maker of Cristal, a deliciously rich Champagne, with an overt fruitiness and nutty, yeasty notes. A long, complex and rewarding finish is a hallmark of the house style.
Perhaps the best known Champagne, the Brut Imperial from Moët embodies their house style: crisp and clean, this classic Champagne shows citrus aromas and hints of biscuity flavours.
This boasts elegant swathes of red cherry, raspberry and refined blossom notes that drift through its delicate mousse. It's pink Champagne at the top of its game.
A brilliant straw colour, with hints of amber, Lanson has a fine stream of persistent bubbles. The nose is vibrant with hints of toast and flowers leading onto a palate of citrus and ripe fruits.
It's no wonder that Nicolas Feuillatte is France's most popular Champagne. You'll taste what's driving the French connoisseurs crazy in refined hints of apple, pear and citrus.
Bouvet is made with the same 'traditional method' as Champagne. But it's crafted from Chenin Blanc grapes. This pumps up the biroche-and-citrus-packed body of the juice. It's a steal.
Pol Roger's historic underground cellars are 33m deep. They thus provide an environment uniquely suited to slow fermentation, and are responsible for this Champagne's famously super-fine mousse.
It's a delicate pink bursting with elegant swathes of raspberry, peach, white flowers and a fine mousse.
Representing Heidsieck's Pinot-dominant, rich yet approachable house style, this cuvée offers a harmonious balance between crisp golden fruit.