Champagne, France

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  • Wine
    Vieux Marc De Champagne is a spirit produced from distilling the pulp that is left after pressing Champagne grapes in the same way that Grappa is made in Italy. It is oak aged after distilling to refine its flavours and develop its amber colour.
  • The wine has a lovely richness on the nose, with aromas of baked apples, pears, brioche and vanilla. On the palate, it is full, rounded, and well-balanced, with expressive notes of white stone fruit and pear. The finish is juicy and persistent.
  • The Cuvée D is rich and intense, with lively acidity bringing balance, freshness and minerality. As James Halliday describes, "there is a plethora of spiced, dried and fresh fruits, balance and freshness provided by a surge of citrussy acidity on the finish. And aftertaste." The Pinot Noir gives body and length to the wine, while the Chardonnay adds elegance and finesse.
  • Wine
    This champagne shows fine mousse in the glass and fresh floral aromas mixed with characteristic sweet, doughy overtones, which are balanced by richer fruit, peach skin characters and classic baked biscuit flavours with a crisp citrus finish.
  • Wine
    Only produced in exceptional years from exclusively Grand Cru rated grapes. Rich, biscuity and yeasty, this wine carries the ultimate expression of the house style.