Country: France, ChampagneGrape: Pinot MeunierABV: 12.5%Gold Medal - Mundus Vini (2015) - 3 years of bottle ageing. The translucent, pale golden colour of the Champagne Jean de Villaré Grande Réserve gives way to initial aromas that are elegant and pure. These are complemented by succulent notes of apple, peach and apricot. In the mouth, this very well-balanced champagne is complex and round. The mouth is supple and a well balanced. Unctuous with a good length in the mouth. Taste Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay come together in a ripe wine that also hasFull Price£32.75Classic Member£27.84
Country: England, DorsetGrape: Pinot NoirABV: 12%90 Points - Silver Medal - Decanter World Wine Awards. An exquisitely elegant English sparkling rosé wine showing great finesse, beautifully delicate bubbles and wonderful structure. A perfect companion to any celebration. Works well with most seafood; scallops, prawns or tuna carpaccio. Taste It has a delicate salmon-pink hue with tiny bubbles. Enticing aromas of wild strawberries and white peach mingle with a hint of rosehip. There are subtle autolytic notes of vanilla-scented brioche and sconFull Price£37.95Classic Member£32.26
Country: France, ChampagneGrape: Pinot MeunierABV: 13%The wines are fully aged on their lees and clarified by natural decanting without filtration or fining. This Grande Reserve reveals the Pinot Meunier character, the favourite grape-variety in the Marne Valley area. A high proportion of perpetual reserve wines started in 1998 are included and malolactic fermentation is completed and then aged in the bottle for 15 to 27 months. About the Producer The Dehours’ Estate makes wines from the family vineyards, following methods of production that respecFull Price£46.95Classic Member£39.91
Country: France, ChampagneGrape: Pinot MeunierABV: 12%90 Points - Wine Spectator. 'Oeil de Perdrix' is the name given to very pale rosé wines. This blended rosé reveals the Pinot Meunier Character, favourite grape-variety in the Marne Valley. This is a fresh and fruity Rosé aged in the bottle for 15 to 25 months. Wine Press 90 Points - Wine Spectator About the Producer The Dehours’ Estate makes wines from the family vineyards, following methods of production that respect biodiversity (Working the ground and allowing grass to grow between the vineFull Price£55.45Classic Member£47.13
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