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Canard Duchene Brut Vintage

Nose: Toasted notes, revealing hints of white and citrus flowers upon aeration. Eye: Pale golden robe.Palate: Full-textured on the palate with a long finish.

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Penfolds x Thienot Champagne Rose Brut

Grenadine fruits – raspberry, redcurrant, blackcurrant and strawberry. With pomegranate, citrus, pink grapefruit, mandarin marmalade. And the florals: Anis de Flavigny: Violet Pastiles; lily. Palate Inviting, exotic. Balanced, with an overt freshness - crispness up-front, and a delicate dosage imprint on finish. Relaxed acidity, friendly effervescence.

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Champagne Charpentier Tradition Brut Non-Vintage

Brilliant colour with golden reflections. Fine bubbles. Fruity, clean and elegant nose. Palate dominated by white-fleshed fruits supported by a chalky freshness. A fresh and fruit driven non-vintage Champagne. The Charpentier Tradition Champagnes are the very expression of the terroir of the Marne Valley, rich in Pinot Meunier grape varieties, enhanced by the hand of the winegrower, Jean-Marc Charpentier. Each cuvée is fair and balanced, harmoniously combining fruit freshness and finesse, for a simple and festive pleasure.

Piper Heidsieck Rose Sauvage Non-Vintage

The deep, blushed rouge of this firm, well-structured, mouth-filling vinous Rose is underpinned by a powerful bouquet of plums and blackberries, and the rich flavours of forest fruits, pomegranate and raspberries. Regis Camus, International Wine Challenge Sparkling Winemaker of the Year 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.

Champagne Charles Mignon Reserve Brut Non-Vintage

This silky, flowery, and fruity Champagne, which is dominated by Meunier from the Marne Valley, is delectable. It has creamy apple flavours and hints of apricot, and it is fresh yet rich.

Charles de Cazanove Tradition Brut Vintage

At first Choice, we love to discover new drops, like the Charles de Cazanove champagne. Crafted under the guidance of Mr Christophe Rapeneau - 2017's sparkling winemaker of the year at the International Wine Challenge - this 2007 Vintage Brut is deliciously flavoursome and our top pick for the New Year.

Pommery Brut Royal Champagne Non-Vintage

The house was founded as Pommery & Greno in 1858 by Alexandre Louis Pommery and Narcisse Greno. Under the guidance of Alexandre's widow, Louise Pommery, the house grew into one of the largest Champagne houses and to this day produce elegant and complex Champagne's.

Charles de Cazanove Brut Rose Tradition Non-Vintage

With over 200 years of history in every bottle, its no wonder Charles de Cazanoves Head Winemaker, Christophe Rapeneau, was named Sparkling Winemaker of the Year at the International Wine Challenge 2017. We think its great value from one of the largest family owned champagne producers in the world. A very fruity, powerful nose (cherries, strawberries). A delicious, structured, complex attack, followed by a very fruity finish accompanied by vanilla notes.

Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial

Moët & Chandon Brut Impérial, with its perfect balance of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier has become one of the world's most-loved Champagnes. 'Moet' is characterised by bright fruitiness and elegant maturity. The palate reveals subtle pear, citrus and brioche notes. In recent years the price of Möet has become extremely affordable and can be enjoyed for all celebratory occasions.Every effort is made to include a gift box with delivery, however this cannot be guaranteed.