Champagne

Champagne grapesFrom the villages close to Epernay in north east France lie the vineyards producing the world famous sparkling white wine known as Champagne. No other wine growing region in the world is allowed to call its sparkling wine champagne.

The range from village wines to Premier Cru and Grand Cru are produced by the leading brand producers like Moet et Chandon, Roederer, Krug and Bollinger and these old grand houses from Champagne have become internationally recognised. However, the real value/price/quality ratio in this region is from the smaller owner/growers although unfortunately most small producers still sell their grapes to the larger houses of the region.

See below for our current price list. Although we try to ensure availability is up-to-date, in busy times it may not be possible, so please call to avoid disappointment. Prices are shown exclusive of duty and taxes.

Champagne

IB = In Bond | DP = Duty Paid : Click on the column headings to sort

CHAMPAGNE
Domaine
Vintage
Bts per Case
Price £
No Cases
Bottles
IB / DP
Score
GRANDE MARQUE CUVEE SPECIALE
BRUT NV GOLD MEDAL
Edouard BRUNN V75cl£16.95 IB
CHAMPAGNE ' GRANDE MARQUE ' ROSE Edouard BRUNN V75cl£19.50 IB
VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE MAGNUMS 2002Edouard BRUN2002150cl£56.00 IB
CHAMPAGNE PREMIER CRU R & H LAMOTTEN V75cl£17.95 IB
CHAMPAGNE PREMIER CRU MAGNUMS R & H LAMOTTEN V150cl£45.00 IB
VINTAGE CHAMPAGNE PREMIER CRU 2006 R & H LAMOTTE200675cl£24.95 IB
CHAMPAGNE PREMIER CRU ROSE SAIGNEE R & H LAMOTTENV75cl£24.95
CHAMPAGNE GRAND CRU
(Limited to 1200 bts Worldwide distribution)
R & H LAMOTTENV75cl£49.95 IB

Read about some of our Champagne Producers

R & H Lamotte

R & H Lamotte

R & H Lamotte’s vineyard is located in the historic heart of the champagne wine in the villages of Champillon, Dizy & Ay. These exceptional terroirs, candidaes to enter UNESCO’s world heritage are ranked premier and grand cru wines in Champagne.

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Edouard Brun

Edouard Brun

Edouard Brun, was born into a family of coopers in 1875. Working alongside his father, he learnt his trade thoroughly and in 1898 founded the family champagne house of EDOUARD BRUN ET CIE. He was joined in 1927 by Edmond Lefevre, who himself was the son of a much respected producer in Champagne and with a wealth of experience in the ‘local’ trade.

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