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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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A big, brooding Rosé from Veuve Clicquot. Such is the body and finesse of this fine champagne that it has the potential to be aged for over two decades! This is mostly made up of Pinot Noir, with the...  More info
$94.95
An enormous, 6 litre "Methusaleh" bottle of Veuve Clicquot's classic sparkler, Yellow Label. This is a consistent, top quality Brut Champagne which drinks well all year round.  More info
$650.97
A great non vintage Champagne from the renowned champagne house, Taittinger. This is made with 60% Pinot grapes and 40% Chardonnay. The grapes come from between 30 and 50 different vineyards. It is...  More info
$45.26
Cristal is a legendary champagne that was specially commissioned by Czar Alexander II in 1876 to be presented in a clear bottle with a flat base to rule out any risk of it containing a bomb. A rather...  More info
$236.61
Ruinart Brut Rosé
(75cl, 12.50%)
The high concentration of Chardonnay in Ruinart's Rosé affords a great deal more structure to this Champagne than is the case in many rosés. Chardonnay tends to lend a longer ageing profile to the...  More info
$66.71
An excellent Blanc de Blancs from Ruinart. This is a fruity, seductive Champagne with citrussy, floral aromas and stone fruits on the palate.  More info
$68.89
A sumptuous, intensely fruity champagne from Moët & Chandon. This is made with over 200 crus of pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot meunier.  More info
$111.41
A rich, full-bodied sparkler, Veuve Clicquot's Demi Sec has a higher dosage than the Yellow Label, and the result is a slightly sweet wine with ripe fruit and hints of brioche. Beautiful!  More info
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$55.78
Consistently excellent, Moet et Chandon are one of the most successful Champagne houses in France. Interesting trivia: Moet is pronounced 'Moh-Et', and not Moh-Eh' due to the Germanic origins of the...  More info
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$50.10
This Grand Vin from Moet & Chandon is a rich style of champagne with a fruity and spicy character, it has great depth of flavour thanks to its vintage credentials.  More info
$76.64
Superb champagne made with 35% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Noir and 15% Pinot Meunier. They make it with between 40 and 50 crus which are blended together to create a consistent product. Lanson do not use...  More info
$39.47
Pol Roger Brut Réserve
(75cl, 12.50%)
A floral, pastry rich Champagne, Pol Roger Brut Réserve is blended from 30 wines from different vineyards and vintages. The result is a classic style of Champagne.  More info
$52.35
Krug Grande Cuvée
(75cl, 12%)
The King of Champagnes... Krug is truly spectacular, combining exceptional pressings from many different years to produce a consistently excellent 'multi-vintage' Champagne.  More info
$179.78
Cattier Brut
(75cl, 12.50%)
This is our house Champagne, and it's a corker! This incredible brut is served on first class British Airways, American Airlines and even Air France! This was also once the house Champagne at the Ritz...  More info
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$45.23
Dom Perignon 2004
(75cl, 12.50%)
2004 was a good year for Dom Perignon. Unlike 2003, where the vine harvest struggled, the 2004 harvest went smoothly and provided Moët & Chandon a fine vintage. Grand notes of almond and cocoa with a...  More info
$167.54
A beautiful blanc de blancs Champagne bottled in 1999. A wonderful example what Duval-Leroy can do.  More info
$62.55
A rich, flavoursome brut Champagne from Henriot. This is a the 1989 vintage, and it's complex and rich with black fruits and manuka honey.

Please note there is significant damage to the label on...  More info
Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Vintage Brut is a historic champagne, part of a distinguished line that goes all the way back to 1810 when Madame Clicquot broke new ground by creating the first known Vintage...  More info
A crisp, mineralic Champagne from Veuve Cliquot. The 2004 vintage is made up of 60% Pinot Noir, 7% Pinot Meunier and 33% Chardonnay, and is made using just 17 crus (all of which are either Grand or...  More info
$171.15
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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A Magnum of the superb rosé Champagne from Reims producer Taittinger.  More info
$153.76
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
$55.00
An award-winning Blanc de Blancs from top producer Duval-Leroy, this 1997 vintage is a stunning champagne.  More info
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$68.81
An exquisite champagne packaged with two beautiful handpainted champagne flutes, definitely one for Valentine's Day! Belle Epoque is Perrier-Jouët's flagship champagne, and for good reason!  More info
$248.42
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
$63.72
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