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Champagne Jean de Foigny Brut Premier Cru NV

Champagne from France - Champagne
4.038460000 star rating 26 Reviews
This pleasingly priced Champagne reprised its victorious performance in last year’s Wine Champions tastings, rising above more expensive names and showing its premier cru quality. Whistle-clean and inviting on the nose, while the palate’s green-apple and lemon fruit drew smiles and scores aplenty.
Price: £23.50 Bottle
Original price: £138.00 Sale price: £117.50 Case of 6
Due in on 02/07/22
Price History
Price History
Date Bottle Case of 6
21/05/21 £23.50 £132.00
11/08/21 £23.50 £138.00
03/05/22 £23.50 £117.50
Code: CH3761

Wine characteristics

  • Champagne
  • 1 - Bone dry
  • Chardonnay
  • 75cl
  • Within two years of purchase
  • 12.5% Alcohol
  • no oak influence
  • Champagne cork

The Times

Bringing joy to January and beyond is this elegant, chardonnay-led champagne from the Rheims co-op, best bought in bulk as a superior party pop. This floral, citrus and green pear-stashed fizz gets my...
Bringing joy to January and beyond is this elegant, chardonnay-led champagne from the Rheims co-op, best bought in bulk as a superior party pop. This floral, citrus and green pear-stashed fizz gets my vote.
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Jane MacQuitty

Midweek Wines

... a good example of the greater finesse Premier Cru vineyards can bring and how extra dryness can make versions like this perfect as aperitif champagnes. While the classification system governing...
... a good example of the greater finesse Premier Cru vineyards can bring and how extra dryness can make versions like this perfect as aperitif champagnes. While the classification system governing Champagne’s 300+ villages is not an absolute quality guarantee, insiders accept that grapes from the 42 premier cru villages (and the 17 above them in the hierarchy) are usually responsible for superior champagne . Unhurried bubbles and subtle aromas open proceedings for [this] Champagne which are followed by soft – but especially dry – crunchy pear and apple flavours, modest lemon acidity and a savoury (possibly mineral) backdrop.
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Brian Elliott

JancisRobinson.com

Apple-sweet aroma. Lightly toasty. Fresh, frothy. A slight tannic grip on the finish. A good price but I would rather pay a bit more for something more exciting � the dosage shows a little on the finish...
Apple-sweet aroma. Lightly toasty. Fresh, frothy. A slight tannic grip on the finish. A good price but I would rather pay a bit more for something more exciting � the dosage shows a little on the finish in a sweet-sour effect. 15.5/20
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Julia Harding MW

The Guardian

Light, fresh and delicately honeyed. Great for seeing in the new year.

Fiona Beckett

The Independent

Deliciously priced at only £110 for a box of six, this bubbly is cause for celebration in itself. Bone dry, and with notes of green apple and lemon, this brut really shines when sipped alongside...

Deliciously priced at only £110 for a box of six, this bubbly is cause for celebration in itself. Bone dry, and with notes of green apple and lemon, this brut really shines when sipped alongside fish and chicken dishes – The Wine Society suggests a range of pairings, from oysters to good ol’ fish and chips. Sounds good to us.

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Louise Whitbread

Lancashire Evening Post

… lemony, a finemousse, toasty notes and slightly flinty.

- Colin Burbidge

Press & Journal

… has everything youneed from a Champagne to share with friends - a bready, biscuit and floralfragance with apples, pear and spice. It is refreshingly crisp and dry with anorchard fruit and lemon...
… has everything youneed from a Champagne to share with friends - a bready, biscuit and floralfragance with apples, pear and spice. It is refreshingly crisp and dry with anorchard fruit and lemon zing and great value …
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Carol Brown

France Magazine

This bubbly has plenty of flavour for financial fork-out ratio. There is plenty of upfront flavour: shortbread-biscuity, wholemeal-toasty, baked-lemony and dried strawberry slices. The palate texture ...
This bubbly has plenty of flavour for financial fork-out ratio. There is plenty of upfront flavour: shortbread-biscuity, wholemeal-toasty, baked-lemony and dried strawberry slices. The palate texture is open and accessible, and the perky mousse delivers palate-cleansing crisp acidity. Drink with goujons.
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- Sally Easton

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