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Champagne

Champagne is traditional for times of celebration - you know - Birthdays, Christenings, retirements, Tuesdays? Traditionally, Vintage Champagne has the longest ageing potential, and tends to be more complex. Master of Malt's top tip? Buy good quality Non-Vintage, store it for about 3 years, and bask in the magnificence of your money-saving savvy. The change in flavour profile after a few short years of bottle age is astonishing. What's that? More text needed you say? okay then: 750ml = Bottle; 1500ml = Magnum; 3000ml = Jeroboam; 4500ml = Rehoboam; 6000ml = Methuselah; 9000ml = Salmanazar; 12,000ml = Balthazar; 15,000ml = Nebuchadnezzar.

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Dom Pérignon 2000 Rosé
(70cl, 12.50%)
Dom Pérignon 2000 Rosé is made with Chardonnay and a hint of still red pinot noir and chardonnay wines. This offers notes of choclate, fresh flowers and citrus.  More info
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£222.74
Dom Pérignon 2002
(75cl, 12.50%)
Quite probably the best vintage since 1990, this is an exceptional wine, boasting all of Dom Pérignon's hallmarks - including that intense complexity. The 2002 is brilliant.  More info
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Dom Pérignon 2003
(70cl, 12.50%)
A wonderful Champagne from Moët et Chandon, Dom Pérignon 2003 is a balanced, rich, almost vegetal wine. Hints of tropical fruits, ginger and aniseed. A top vintage!  More info
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£114.84
Dom Pérignon 2003 Rosé
(75cl, 12.50%)
The 2003 vintage Rosé Champagne from the Dom Pérignon range - sophisticated and well balanced, it displays a great deal of character and finesse. Red berry notes sweeten up the elegant drying...  More info
£252.45
Dom Ruinart 1998
(75cl, 12.50%)
A blancs de blancs from Ruinart, the 1998 vintage offers balance, and a great flavour profile. A great aperitif.  More info
£108.90
An award-winning Blanc de Blancs from top producer Duval-Leroy, this 1997 vintage is a stunning champagne.  More info
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£43.95
A beautiful blanc de blancs Champagne bottled in 1999. A wonderful example what Duval-Leroy can do.  More info
£39.95
This dry Champagne was bottled to celebrate the centenary of the Evening Gazette and is an auction piece.  More info
£27.00
Great character and plenty of balance, this Grande Cuvee from Georges Lacombe offers a fine, persistent mousse with stone fruits and hints of apple blossom.  More info
£25.85
A magnum bottle of Guy Charbaut's classic non vintage brut Champagne, made from 67% Pinot Noir and 33% Chardonnay grapes in Mareuil-sur-Ay.  More info
£55.95
A half bottle of Guy Charbaut's Brut Selection non vintage Champagne. A lovely Champagne made in Mareuil-sur-Ay from two thirds Pinot Noir grapes and one third Chardonnay grapes.  More info
£13.55
A three litre jeroboam bottle of Guy Charbaut's beautiful Brut Champagne. Made in Mareuil-sur-Ay from 67% Pinot Noir and 33% Chardonnay grapes.  More info
£174.95
A beautiful Rosé Champagne made from Premier Cru Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. This lovely wine from Guy Charbaut is aged for 3 years prior to release.  More info
£29.49
A magnum bottle of Guy Charbaut's Rosé Champagne, made from 90% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay grapes from Premier Cru vineyards.  More info
£63.75
A beautiful, fruity, juicy Champagne with hints of citrus, floral notes and peach. Made with 47% Chardonnay, 33% Pinot Noir and 20% Pinot Meunier, it is rich and well-rounded and will stand up to...  More info
£34.50
This is a non-vintage dry Champagne from Louis Dubrince which offers great flavour for great value.  More info
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£14.38
Cristal was created in 1876 for Czar Alexander II, who was particularly paranoid about bombs. This is why Cristal bottles have a flat bottom, as opposed to the normal heavily curved bottom one finds...  More info
£149.00
This cuvee was aged for 7 years before release (normally Moet only wait 5 years), in this case they know that additional couple of years would be the different between good and great. Decanter's...  More info
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£45.77
The 2002 vintage of Moët & Chandon's fantastic Rosé, this is a rich, toasty, autolytic champagne.  More info
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£57.89
A dazzling vintage from Moët & Chandon, this is the 67th vintage since the first was release in 1842. This is Chardonnay led, and it offers a full body and sprightly flavour.  More info
£57.81
2003 vintage Moët & Chandon 2003 Rosé champagne, made with all three champagne grape types. This is an intense and rich champagne, with a toasty character, and bold acidity.  More info
£67.20
This Champagne has undergone four years of cellar ageing and is perfect for any celebration.  More info
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£24.95
The 2003 vintage from The Dizy Champagne house Pannier (Dizy would be a place, not a state of balance). Brioch-ey, toasty, fantastic.  More info
£35.13
Pannier Brut
(75cl, 12%)
A medium bodied Brut champagne from Pannier, this offers rich notes of creamy fruits, hints of toasted nuts and blossom. Incredible value, we love it!  More info
£27.46
Vintage blanc de blancs from Pannier. This is made in only the best years and the result is a fresh, floral, dry champagne with a gentle hint of yeastiness and a long finish.  More info
£40.70
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