Henriet Bazin Sélection de Parcelles Champagne
50% Chardonnay, 50% Pinot Noir. Made with 30% reserve wine from a solera system operating since 1969 and only with the first press juice "Cuvée Tête de Du...
Henriet Bazin 1er Cru Blanc de Blancs Champagne, Villers Marmery, Montagne de Reims, Champagne
100% Chardonnay from 100% 1er Cru vineyards.
Made with 30% reserve wine from a solera system operating since 1969 and only with the...
Moet Ice Imperial Champagne, France Grape varieties, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay Moët Ice Impérial, the first and only champagne especially created to be enjoyed over ice. A new champagne...
Ruinart Brut Rose Champagne. Ruinart Rosé, as with all Ruinart champagnes, is made with a high proportion of Chardonnay giving great finesse and elegance – so characteristic of Ruinart champagnes. Presented in an elegant 18th century...
Ruinart Blanc de Blanc Non Vintage Brut Champagne. A touch of class. The Ruinart champagnes are made with more reserve wines than are normal for non vintage wines leading to wines with a much greater structure and body. This is a dry wine is great as an...
I'm often asked what my favourite wine is. I usually quip 'Whatever's in my glass.' But, recently I've been thinking about this question in regard to Champagne. I can answer that quite easily.
It's Joseph Perrier.
You'll often find a Frazier at home with a glass of Joseph Perrier, and if we're celebrating it may well be with the vintage or the vintage rose, or in the case of the recent birth of my new niece, we'll crack open a bottle of Josephine.
'Ah, that's fine' you say, 'you're a wine merchant.' That's true, but in the glass is Joseph Perrier Champagne. It has nothing to do with spreadsheets or marketing budgets, and everything to do with pure pleasure. So if you fancy a glass, bottle, or case of the finest Champagne, I can thoroughly recommend my favourite, Joseph Perrier.
We stock a large selection of Champagnes. Each house has a different style which offers the drinker plenty of choice.
To have the honour of being called Champagne the wine must be made in Champagne from grapes grown in Champagne. The boundaries of Champagne are legally defined and split into five wine-producing districts. These five are: Aube, Côte des Blancs, Côte de Sézanne, Montagne de Reims, and Vallée Valléederne. Most Champagne houses are in the towns of Riems and Epernay. Champagne is made from one white grape - Chardonnay, and two black - Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
Subscribe to our newsletter!