Representing Heidsieck's Pinot-dominant, rich yet approachable house style, this cuvée offers a harmonious balance between crisp golden fruit.
We discussed what qualities would make our perfect Prosecco. The answers: it must be dry, it must have tiny frothy bubbles, and it must taste great with the trickiest of food matches, Prosciutto.
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.
Unusually made by the saignée method, with plenty of stylish strawberry fruit, full of vivacity and easy-drinking charm. A wonderfully refreshing apéritif, it also works well with a variety of dishes.
A pale straw colour with a fine mousse and typical fruit characters of apples and pineapples. Ideal as an apéritif or to accompany a light lunch.
This wine from a favourite majestic producer, La Gioiosa, comes from the premier area for Prosecco production; the hilly area between the towns of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene.
Fruity aromas and florals on the nose. Fine and persistent bubbles. Honeysuckle, acacia and bruised apples on the palate. Very elegant. A surprisingly good match for fish and chips.