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Magnum of Champagne Pol Roger Brut Reserve, Non-Vintage

Champagne from France - Champagne
Winston Churchill’s favourite grande marque, made from equal parts pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot meunier, is a model of style and finesse. Its floral quality, fine, delicate mousse and intensity of flavour make it both perfect aperitif and food option. Toasty, classy and pure.
Price: £87.00 Magnum
Price: £261.00 Case of 3
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Code: CH14

Wine characteristics

  • Champagne
  • Bone dry
  • 12.5% Alcohol
  • No oak influence
  • 150cl (Magnum)
  • Champagne cork

Pol Roger

Pol Roger founded his eponymous house in 1849 and earned his living largely by making Champagne for other houses. Although the business started without an inch of vineyard to its name, it gradually acquired land of its own and now has 55 hectares in and around Epernay, including important sites on the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims as well as numerous other vineyard plantings.

Pol Roger was known to be the favourite Champagne of Winston Churchill who was quoted as proclaiming, “In victory, deserve it. In defeat, need it!”. The prestige wine, Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill, was released as a tribute and although the blend is a closely guarded secret, it is believed to be pinot noir-dominated, reflecting the style that Churchill preferred.

Still run by descendants of the founder, Pol Roger is classic grande marque Champagne with a tremendous reputation rooted in the style and finesse of all its cuvées. It also has the kudos of being one of the few houses to hold the Royal Warrant. A blanc de blancs and a rosé, both vintage-dated are also produced, the former in tiny quantities.

Decanter

Ripe, elegant and balanced. Hazelnut and peachy charm from a sunny 2009 base. Great in magnums.

- Michael Edwards

Decanter

Freshness, intensity and spicy complexity into its second life.

- Michael Edwards

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