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Here you’ll find all of our wines, spirits or pre-packed mixed cases which are currently available at a reduced price. The reason for this special price may be to encourage exploration, to clear stocks for a new vintage or thanks to the support of one of our suppliers. Special six-for-five prices are available on Society-label, Celebration and grandes marques non-vintage Champagnes sold in 75cl bottles.
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Twelve good reasons to remember Christmas 2019. A 12-bottle case containing one bottle of each of the following:
A guarantee of sparkling conversation.A six-bottle case containing one bottle of each of the following:
We are proud to be among the first to present one of the great non-vintage Champagnes in this generous format, equivalent to four standard bottles. The retro and curvaceous ‘1846’ bottle design is unique to Bollinger.
A fabulously long and refined spirit bottled at natural strength after several years' ageing in barrel. This was distilled from 60% ugni blanc and 40% baco, a local Gascon variety that brings backbone and flavour. The
Delicious and refined bone-dry Champagne with zero dosage. Refreshing and wonderful with food.
Gosset have been making wine in Aÿ since 1584. This is their flagship Champagne and a showcase for their elegant house style. A bright and crisp wine with very precise mouthfeel, pin-head bubbles and a fine toasty
Profound, sophisticated and harmonious, this is one of the most-awarded non-vintage Champagnes in tasting competitions… and deservedly so! Made with painstaking attention to detail, including a high percentage of
Founded in 1849 by Monsieur Pol Roger, today the firm is still family owned and run by Christian de Billy and his son Hubert and their cousin Christian Pol Roger. Pol Roger own some 70 hectares in both the Côte de
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