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Andre Clouet
8 Champagnes
Andre Clouet
Clouet family owns 8 hectares of vines in preferred mid-slope vineyards in grand Crus Bouzy and Ambonnay, and has excelled as a Pinot Noir specialist even within Bouzy, an appellation specifically celebrated for the quality of its Pinot Noir. The wines are cellared under the family's 17th century village house – built by an ancestor who acted as printer to Louis XV's royal court at Versailles! Respect for terroir is evident in these traditionally-crafted wines, offering an expansive, historically-reflective expression of the appellation. Clouet Champagnes are rich, concentrated expressions of pinot noir that manage to retain elegance and finesse.
Armand de Brignac
2 Champagnes
Armand de Brignac
Armand de Brignac’s unmistakable bottles have their roots in the French fashion industry and its reputation for opulence.
 
Originally inspired by the celebrated André Courrèges fashion house, the striking bottles are decorated at a single site in France’s Cognac region and are fitted with four pewter labels hand-applied to the surface of the bottle. Each paperless bottle is arrayed in a handsome black wooden case, which is fitted with an engraved tin nameplate, lined in lush black velvet and embossed with the brand’s royal crest.
Barons De Rothschild
3 Champagnes
Barons De Rothschild
The three branches of the Rothschild family (Lafite-Rothschild, Mouton-Rothschild, and Baron Edmond de Rothschild) have come together and given rise to a single ambition:  To create champagne Barons de Rothschild, the Rothschild family as put together the best terriers and added their savoir-faire.  Drawing form their experience in the sphere of wine, the Barons de Rothschild, which adds an illustrious reference to the world of Champagne, could be nothing less than purely and simply great. The three branches of the Rothschild family have allied forces with Champagne families whose life’s work has been to create outstanding products.
 
 
Bereche et Fils
3 Champagnes
Bereche et Fils
Raphaël Bérèche has been working alongside his father Jean-Pierre at their nine-hectare estate of Bérèche et Fils since 2004, and today he is gradually getting more involved by putting an increasingly personal signature on this thoroughly-run Domaine. The Bérèche own vines in various distinct sectors of Champagne: the area around Ludes and Craon de Ludes; also in Ormes in the Petite Montagne, around Mareuil-le-Port, on the left bank of the Vallée de la Marne and they recently acquired a portion of Grand Cru in Mailly. Their vines are equally composed of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Since 2007 a portion of the vineyard has been converted to biodynamics.
Bollinger
12 Champagnes
Bollinger
In 1829, Champagne Bollinger introduced an instantly recognizable, dry, toasty style that connoisseurs around the globe have coveted ever since. Six generations of the Bollinger family have maintained that trademark style, and Bollinger is one of the rare Grande Marque houses to be owned, controlled and managed by the same family since it was founded.
With 399 acres of vineyards situated in the best Grands Crus and Premiers Crus villages, Bollinger relies on its own estate for nearly two-thirds of its grape requirements, including the Pinot Noir that gives its Champagne its distinctive roundness and elegance. Bollinger is one of a select few houses that can control the quality of its grape supply so carefully.
Bollinger is renowned for its stringent quality standards, which are explicitly spelled out in the Bollinger Charter of Ethics and Quality. It adheres to traditional methods, including individual vinification of each marc and cru, barrel fermentation (it is the last Champagne house to employ a full-time cooper) and extra-aging on the lees prior to disgorgement.
 
Charles Ellner
8 Champagnes
Charles Ellner
In Epernay, the Champagne capital, The HOUSE of CHARLES ELLNER is especially proud to have been able to preserve its independence and has devoted its energy for over a century, to its passion for the vineyards and for the vinification of cuvees of great personality in perfect harmony with nature.
 
The identity of the HOUSE of CHARLES ELLNER is a mix of the founder’s personality together with the fabulous Champagne “terroir” made up of this world famous unique chalky soil. From one generation to the other,its values have been transmitted as the symbol of a passion shared by the ELLNER Family.
Charles Heidsieck
6 Champagnes
Charles Heidsieck 
For generations, Charles Heidsieck masters have been dedicated and inspired. Their champagnes offer a blend of one third of each varietal from a single year (representing 60% of the overall blend) with the remaining 40% made up of reserve wines. The wines age in chalk cellars for between three to fifteen years, a process key to their finesse. Since 1990, its non-vintage bottles have displayed the dates both of their cellaring and disgorgement. 
An extraordinary individual, ahead of his time, Charles established a prestigious lineage. Today, as in the past, opening one of his bottles is a little like receiving him as your guest.
Chartogne Taillet
2 Champagnes
Chartogne Taillet
Fiacre Taillet, winegrower in Merfy in 1485, was the first of a long line of family winegrowers in Merfy.  Another Fiacre Taillet, born in 1700, was an enlightened winemaker who wrote extensive memoirs about his life and his work, as well as the economic, political and cultural environment of the region in the early 18th century. Following this, first Laurent, then Antoine Taillet continued to write logs, passing the family tradition on from father to son, one generation to the next. Today, Alexandre Chartogne-Taillet maintains written logs of his own, as his parents Philippe and Elisabeth did before him. Since 2006, Alexandre has been dedicated to the family's work, seeking to share with you the wines of the village of Merfy.
Delamotte
13 Champagnes
Delamotte
Delamotte is a Champagne house more than 250 years old (it is the fifth oldest Champagne house). Fashionable but never stereotyped, their choice is produced with great care and passion in a place where nature is expressed most openly. This is luxury perhaps in the truest sense of the word.
Dom Perignon
54 Champagnes
Dom Perignon
Dom Perignon is a vibrant, living, perpetually renewed homage that evokes Dom Pierre Pérignon, the spiritual father of champagne. 
A miraculous triumph of blending and delicate fine-tuning that finds its mysterious harmony by reinventing, in a totally unexpected way each time, the mingling of ‘white’ and ‘black’ grapes from the two classic Dom Pérignon varieties, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Today, Richard Geoffroy, Chef de Cave and Creator of Dom Pérignon Vintages, perpetuates the spirit of Dom Pierre Pérignon.
Duval Leroy
15 Champagnes
Duval Leroy
Since its creation, Champagne DUVAL-LEROY has been located in Vertus, in the heart of “La Cote des Blancs”. Currently the House cultivates about 200 hectares, much of which is devoted to production of high quality Chardonnay grapes. The predominance of Chardonnay in the elaboration of the cuvees gives a finesse, lightness and elegance to DUVAL-LEROY champagnes. Headed by Carol DUVAL-LEROY since 1991, the company is one of the few remaining 100% family-owned Champagne firms and is ranked in the 15 top Champagne houses.
Fleury Pere & Fils
1 Champagnes
Fleury Pere & Fils
The Côte des Bar lies within Champagne’s “other” grape-growing zone - the Aube. Its steep marl and limestone slopes are home to some of the area’s healthiest pinot noir vines, farmed by the Fleury family in the Courteron. The village itself is just 1.2 miles shy of the Côte d’Or border, and the fruit bears the supple texture and floral character of some of Burgundy’s cooler climats. But beyond the quality of the raw, materials, much of Fleury’s success stems from the family’s keen intuition; in the early 1900s (in the wake of the phylloxera devastation) Emile Fleury was the first in Champagne to plant pinot noir grafted on American rootstock. Then, in 1929, when grape prices plummeted, his son Robert bottled their harvest rather than selling it for a meager return. The family thus became one of the first recoltants-manipulants.
The next generation, convinced of the benefits of holistic agriculture, began Champagne’s first trials in biodynamics. Jean-Pierre Fleury started with an experimental seven-acre plot in 1989 and converted all the family vineyards by 1992. Other growers in Courteron have since adopted biodynamic practices.
Today, Jean-Sébastien and Morgane run the estates in keeping with this same spirit, their father on hand for his sage advice. The wines are fermented in oak, riddled by hand and slowly matured under cork, an approach that, paired with the natural methods in the vineyard, pays off in wines that retain firmness and freshness as they age. The 1995 Extra Brut was among the brightest and most powerful Champagnes we tasted this year. The 1996 Brut is somewhat milder and rounder but maintains a similar drive and energy. It delivers a savory profile of roasted almonds and bay, with rich green apple fruit that blossoms on the finish. Any of the range of Fleury cuvées would be suitable to drink over the course of a meal- their weight and depth can stand up to roast game birds or spicier cuisines. – CARSON DEMMOND
Francois Bedel
5 Champagnes
Francois Bedel
Owner-producer from the Marne Valley, cultivates 840 hectares (20,75 acres) of 20-60 year old vines. The variety of our vineyard's sub-soils permit us to create different bleds from each terroir. These different organic cuvées are the tangible manifestation of stringent practices that bring out and intensify the qualities and distinguishing characteristics of the terroir. The passion for nature and plants, and our desire to transmit healthy and productive land to future generations, have led to cultivate the entirety of the vineyard with Bio-dynamic methods since 1998.
G.H. Mumm
6 Champagnes
G.H.MUMM
In 1876, as a tribute to some of their most prestigious clients, G.H.MUMM decorated a few of their bottles with a crossed red silk ribbon (a reference to the Legion of Honour) and sealed them with an oval label. The success of Cordon Rouge was established…

G.H.MUMM has nearly 218 hectares of vineyards rated at 98% on the champagne quality scale. For nearly two centuries, based on traditions, expertise and excellence. A multitude of gestures in the noble art of champagne-making, for a perfect celebration.
 

Gratiot-Pillière
2 Champagnes
Gratiot-Pillière
Winemakers from fathers to sons since 1657 on the slopes of the Marne Valley, each generation has handed down its know-how and passion and toiled towards the growth and protection of each and every plant in order to produce great quality grapes. Today, Olivier and Sebastien (the 11th generation of winegrower) work their vineyards according to the principles of sustainable viticulture with the greatest respect of the environment. Subtle blends of Pinot Meunier, Chardonnay, and Pinot Noir from our various terroirs, characterize our champagnes in their balance, crispness and delicate fruitiness.
Henri Giraud
5 Champagnes
Henri Giraud
Henri Giraud Champagne's history in Champagne began with the Hémart family, decendants of Henri IV, who settled permanently in Aÿ at the beginning of the 17th century. In the 20th century, Léon Giraud, cuirassier in the battle of the Marne, married a Miss Hémart where he reconstructed the magnificent family vineyard and grafted vines on the cuttings taken from certain American vines. Over the centuries, the wines of Aÿ have been classed among the world’s fines and the Giraud-Hémart family own an incredible 35 parcels of Grand Cru land in Aÿ, 26 with Pinot Noir and 9 with Chardonnay. Today Claude Giraud is the 12th generation of the Giraud-Hémart family in Aÿ and lovingly oversees this family House.
Henriot
3 Champagnes
Henriot
Created in 1808 by Apolline Henriot, the 200 year old independent and family run house of Henriot is a Champagne connoisseur's secret. A far cry from the overly manipulated wines of many other "Grandes Marques", the Henriot style is one of elegance and finesse, with Chardonnay always in the limelight. One of the keys to Henriot's consistency is the quality of their Grand Cru and Premier Cru vineyard supplies in the Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims, which form the core of their aromatic, balanced and long-lived Champagnes.
Jacques Picard
4 Champagnes
Jacques Picard
Jacques Picard Champagne is one of France's finest quality champagne and beloved by people all around the world.
A family owned estate in Berru, France, has been the home to Jacques Picard Champagne for a number of years and has been passed down through a number of generations and is still a family owned and run business to this day.
They have now brought this magnificent champagne all the way from France to Australian shores and are allowing Australian's to experience some of the best France has to offer.
Jacques Selosse
2 Champagnes
Jacques Selosse
Jacques Selosse is a grower Champagne, which means the grapes used to produce the wines are grown in vineyards owned by the winery rather than being purchased from other growers, as is the case in most Champagne production.[ The entire production is grown according to biodynamic principles and Anselme is considered a pioneer of biodynamics in Champagne. Selosse wines are fermented using oak barrels, in contrast to the majority of Champagne producers who use stainless steel tanks. 
Jacquesson
11 Champagnes
Champagne Jacquesson
It’s the ties that bind. The ties that bind the present to the past. The ties that bind the roots to the earth. The ties that bind the vines to the sky and the ties that bind men to the land allowing them to follow their dreams and their convictions. It is also a constant quest, year on year, to seek to reveal the full expression of their terroirs, to make the best wine that each vintage allows.
Krug
22 Champagnes
Krug
Krug Champagne is a Champagne house founded by Joseph Krug in 1843. It is based principally in Reims, the main city in France’s Champagne region. Krug produces mainly Krug Grande Cuvée, supplemented by a non-vintage rosé, a vintage blanc, a vintage blanc de blancs from the Clos du Mesnil in the Cotes de Blancs, a vintage blanc de noirs from the Clos d’Ambonnay and older vintages released as Krug Collection series.
At Krug, individuality means distinction, uniqueness, originality and singularity: everything that is expressed by Krug Champagnes. It is also the pursuit of character. This begins with the meticulous, individual selection of each plot of vines. Owing to this exceptional individual attention, the Chef de Caves gives Krug Grande Cuvee its unique personality and reveals the sublime in each Krug Champagne.

Laherte Freres
3 Champagnes
The Laherte estate was founded in 1889 by Jean-Baptiste Laherte. At this time, most of the vines were situated in a village known as Chavost. The fourth generation, that of Michel Laherte, expanded the family estate which was then covering about 5 hectares. Today, the 10-hectare-vineyard is run by the two Laherte brothers, as well as Thierry’s son, Aurélien.
 
Since 2004, the sixth generation has been giving a new dimension to the estate. Indeed, following in his father’s footsteps, Aurélien understood that the estate’s true philosophy lies in taking time to do things well and being satisfied with naturally ripe and healthy grapes. Aurélien is now carefully managing this treasure passed on from one generation to the next since decades: a family know-how and living vines.Today, all the family members are working hand in hand to preserve this precious Terroir passed on by their forefathers and try to create wines that are just like them - pure, sincere and authentic.
Lallier
7 Champagnes
Lallier
Located in the historic cradle of prestigious Champagnes, the house of Lallier specialises in producing exceptional champagnes by sourcing exclusively from vineyards officially classified Grand Cru & Premier Cru.
Maison Lallier is situated in Ay, a region whose champagne history dates back many years… As early as around 344, the Gallo-Romans discovered the region and its vineyards. In 1936, Ay became one of the first communes in Champagne to be classed as a Grand Cru.
 
Lanson
1 Champagnes

The House of Lanson has always blended its champagnes using a majority of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in order to achieve the perfect balance of power and finesse.

Our supply from over 500 hectares of vines in the wine-growing region of Champagne offers a wealth of choice and enables Lanson to select the best grapes from the best plots.

The freshness and energy that are key to the Lanson style are closely linked to the House’s historic commitment to using a traditional wine-making method, without malolactic fermentation. Lanson emphasises the fruit and the richness of aromas in a search for purity in its wines.
 

Wines from different plots are vinified separately. Through numerous tasting sessions they are assessed and classed according to their aromatic family. Blending is the art of creating a wine that is superior to the sum of its parts.

The palette of flavours, and the talent of Winemaker Hervé Dantan, come together to create the perfect balance of fruitiness, elegance and freshness.


Laurent Perrier
4 Champagnes
Laurent Perrier
Domaine de Trevallon and Mas de Daumas Gassac are two of the south of France’s greatest producers. Both choose to make wines outside the Appellation d’Origine Controlée rules, resulting in unique styles and outstanding value for money.
Legras & Haas
5 Champagnes
Legras & Haas
Brigitte Haas and François Legras met in 1967, both already passionate grower and maker they founded the house Legras & Haas in 1991. The Legras-Haas family members devote themselves to the unique terroir they groom and the fantastic wines it makes. François Legras was taught at a very young age by his father Lucien. In fifty years of an eventful career his passion never left him. His great experience in growing, making and blending is a true guarantee of quality and a great asset for the new generation.He loves his champagnes and the wine hills of Chouilly, was one of the first to recognize the potential of the Perthois winemaking area in the eighties and is a expert of the Bar Séquanais Pinot noirs. He defends a precise viticulture freed from prejudices.
Rémi and Olivier Legras have run the house for fifteen years now with the same passion. They put many effort in promoting strict quality processes, precise vines growing and continue to elaborate the pristine and subtle wines that made the reputation of the house.
 
Lenoble
1 Champagnes
Lenoble
AR Lenoble is one of the rare producers in Champagne that has been consistently family-owned and entirely independent since the very beginning. Sister-and-brother owners Anne and Antoine Malassagne are the great-grandchildren of Armand-Raphaël Graser. They took over in 1993 from their father and in just over twenty years, they have quietly yet confidently transformed AR Lenoble into one of the jewels of the Champagne region. AR Lenoble was the second House in Champagne to be awarded the “Haute Valeur Environnementale” certification as part of a legal measure implemented under French law in 2007 to encourage sustainable development.
Louis Roederer
32 Champagnes
Louis Roederer
Louis Roederer is a champagne house based in Reims that was founded in 1776.  It produces the famous Champagne Cristal.  From a vineyard area of 214 hectares (530 acres), Louis Roederer produces two thirds of the grapes needed for its production, sourcing the remaining required fruit from established farming contacts.
The vintage cuvées include the Brut Vintage, Rosé Vintage, with Pinot noir and Chardonnay in an approximately 7:3 proportion, and the 100% Chardonnay Blanc de Blancs. The rosé is made by red wine addition rather than by saignée method. The prestige cuvée Cristal, approximately an equal blend of Chardonnay and Pinot noir, is also available as a rosé, which contains more Pinot noir and is also made by addition of red wine.
Michel Reybier
1 Champagnes
Champagne Michel Reybier is owned by the very same Michel Reybier, owner of Cos d’Estournel – Deuxieme Cru Classe, Saint Estephe. Assisted by the technical team at Cos d’Estournel, the same attention to detail and all-encompassing philosophy is maintained through the respect for the unique terroir of the Chardonnay sourced from their Grand Cru vineyards in Avize and Oger whilst the same can be said for their Pinot Noir from their Premier Cru vineyards in Sacy and Ecuiel. A definite ‘diamond in the rough’, Champagne Michel Reybier is a delectable blend of 80 per cent Chardonnay and 20 per cent Pinot Noir of which 70 per cent of the wines currently on offer are made up of reserve wine from the 2010 vintage. Each bottle displays classic minerality with a fruity bouquet, fine bubbles and an elegant finish.
Moet and Chandon
23 Champagnes
Moet and Chandon
Moet and Chandon based in Epernay was founded in 1743.  Moet began supplying wines to Royal Court and nobles from Champagne to Paris. Moet launched its first vintage Champagne in 1842 and the Brut imperial in 1860.  Moet and Chandon proudces 5 million bottles of champagnes and Moet & Chadon Brut Imperial is one of the popular champagne in the world.
Moutard Pere & Fils
4 Champagnes
Moutard Pere & Fils
Moutard Pere & Fils have been making wine for several generations, producing a range of Champagnes from their own grapes and from grapes purchased from their vine-growing friends. The Côte des Bar soil, made up of clays and limestones, gives the traditional Champagne varieties – Pinot Noir and Chardonnay – those very special rich, fruity aromas which are so much appreciated by connoisseurs. The blending of wines kept from several years enables us to offer a range of Champagnes of reliable quality.
So that Moutard Pere & Fils can offer Champagnes at a perfect stage of maturity, ready for drinking, our production is cellar-aged for at least three years or between ten and fifteen years for vintage wines. From the beginning of the wine-making process to the first sign of sparkling, our ancient methods have been enriched by the latest techniques in controlling the quality of the products.
 
Nicolas Feuillatte
3 Champagnes
Nicolas Feuillatte
Nicolas Feuillatte was founded in 1971 and based in Reims.  It is one of the major producers of Centre Vinicole de la Champagne which comprise 5000 growers and over 2000 hectares of vineyard.  Only the grapes from Grand and Premier Cru are being used in Nicolas Feuillatte.
Perrier Jouet
8 Champagnes
Perrier Jouet
Perrier-Jouët was founded in 1811 in Epernay by Pierre-Nicolas-Marie Perrier and his wife, Adele Jouët. One of the most prestigious houses in Champagne, the firm was shipping wine to Great Britain by 1813 and to the United States by 1837. Perrier-Jouët owns 266 acres of vineyards in Champagne, with an average rating of 95%, and is known worldwide for its consistency of style.
By the end of the 19th Century, its Brut cuvées earned the reputation of nobility and prestige that continues today. Perrier Jouët's glamorous "Cuvée Belle Epoque", known in the United States as Fleur de Champagne, was launched in 1969 and has become the most important cuvée de prestige to appear after World War II. The bottle is adorned with enamel-painted anenomes originally created by Emile Gallé in 1900, but the wine is as famous for its taste as it is for its beautiful packaging. 
 
Philipponnat
19 Champagnes
Philipponnat 
Established in the heart of the Champagne wine-growing area, Philipponnat possesses a unique heritage. Its magnificent, historic 18th century cellars were part of the Château de Mareuil. Philipponnat has owned an exceptional walled vineyard, unparalleled in the Champagne wine-growing area, for nearly a century: Clos des Goisses. The name of this 5.5 hectare plot with a 45° incline reflects its nature: in the old Champagne dialect, Gois or Goisse means a very steep slope. It is also the region's warmest terroir: facing due south, this pure chalk slope receives no shade from sunrise to sunset.
Pierre Gimonnet et Fils
4 Champagnes
Pierre Gimonnet et Fils
The Gimonnet vineyards cover 28 hectares exclusively in the Côte des Blancs region of Champagne,with an average vineage of 35 years. With 16 hectares of premier cru vineyards and 12 hectares of grand cru vineyards, all of the Gimonnet champagnes hold cru status. With a history dating back to 1750, centuries of knowledge and tradition have been passed down through the generations. The Gimonnet family bottle and store their reserve wines to give greater complexity to their Cuis1er Cru NV, which will traditionally include four or even five years of reserve wines. The dosage is deliberately kept to a minimum in order to maintain maximum acidity and freshness. The aim of the House is to extract maximum expression from the grapes and terroir, producing a range of premium champagnes with remarkable purity of fruit, depth and minerality.
Piper-Heidsieck
6 Champagnes
Piper-Heidsieck
PIPER-HEIDSIECK is a Champagne house was founded in 1785.  It owns precious wine-growing land from the Montagne de Reims to the Côte des Bar. However, the majority of the hundred growths used for the blending of its signature cuvée, a full bodied wine, come from growths carefully chosen from those most representative of the diversity grown in Champagne. From amongst the region’s traditional grape varieties, a privileged place is given to Pinot Noir (55 to 60%). It gives structure to the composition. Chardonnay grapes (10 to 15%) add elegant nuances. Pinot Meunier (15 to 20%) expands the blend with its fruitiness. The precious reserve wines (10 to 15%) correct any vagaries of nature. They balance out the current harvest wines and perpetuate the signature of PIPER-HEIDSIECK’s non-vintage Brut. The result is a delight for the senses. On the eye, there is an explosion of fine bubbles and golden glints as if the wine contained all the shades of the Champagne sky. The nose reveals subtle springtime aromas of citrus, apple and pear. In the mouth, the wine is forthright, structured and fruity.
Pol Roger
18 Champagnes
Pol Roger
Pol Roger recently celebrated its 150th anniversary and is perhaps best known as Winston Churchill's favourite Champagne. The house remains family-owned and has a reputation for producing champagnes of finesse and elegance which age very well.
R&L Legras
7 Champagnes
R&L Legras
Founded in the sixteenth century, Legras is one of the great names of Chouilly, the most northerly village of the Cote de Blancs. The house style combines a firm and classic structure with a generous fruit profile. There is a refreshing and elegant acidity which forms the backbone of these wines. No new oak is used in ageing, yet there is ample roundness from all of the wines going through malolactic fermentation. The balance between acid, fruit and texture is simply impeccable.
Ruinart
5 Champagnes
Ruinart
Being the 1st established house of champagne, Ruinart Champagne is globally recognised as the discerning champagne choice cultivated since its founding in 1729 by Dom Thierry Ruinart, a Benedictine monk who foresaw the promising future of “the wine with bubbles” and began crafting a limited production of Ruinart with no compromise to quality. 
Ruinart harvests only the finest Chardonnay grapes with a high concentration of Premiers Crus, and housed in the iconic transparent bottle inspired from the first champagne bottles of the 18th century. In 1768, Ruinart acquired former Gallo- Roman chalk quarries to store its bottles, which became a World Heritage site in 1931. These crayères offer the triple benefit of a constantly stable temperature, the complete absence of vibration and a perfect humidity level, providing ideal conditions for the fermentation and maturation of the Ruinart wines and the golden thread of the Ruinart taste: pure, fine, and elegant.
Salon
11 Champagnes
Salon
Salon produces the only wine in the world not to be made every year and is on average only declared about 3 times a decade. Salon is extremely delicate, subtly rich and with age (20-30 years or more) develops notable aromas and flavours of coconut, walnut, coffee and vanilla. All champagne lovers should experience Salon at some stage. 
Taittinger
19 Champagnes
Taittinger
Taittinger is one of the few family-owned independent Champagne houses in Reims. It produces a very classy Non-Vintage blend and complex Vintage Champagnes as well. Its top Champagne is Comtes De Champagne - first produced in 1952, it is made from 100% Chardonnay grapes from 6 Grand Cru sites in the Côte de Blancs. This is finely aromatic, rich, creamy Blanc de Blancs at its best, though patience is required as the wine should not be approached for at least ten years.
Thienot
10 Champagnes
Thienot
Thiénot Champagne is a contemporary Champagne House, led by its founders the Thiénot family, Alain and son and daughter Stanislas and Garance. With contemporary styling for the past 25 years, Alain Thiénot has been building a Champagne House with values of modernity and luxury. "My ambition for Champagne Thiénot: Quality, Charater and elegance..."
Most of the grapes come from its own vineyards, in the famous Côte des Blancs and Montagne de Reims. With its contemporary styling Champagne Thiénot is successfully crossing the globe challenging historic Champagne Houses as sponsor of the Thiénot Yacht Cup Race and as the Official Champagne for 85th Oscars Pre-Show and Governors Ball.
Varnier Fanniere
1 Champagnes
Champagne is produced, harvested and blended exclusively in the French Champagne region, so defined by its specific soil and subsoil. The Champagne AOC (Appellation d'Origine Contôlée) covers 33,000 hectares planted across 320 villages.
 
The specific circumstances of each village (soil, subsoil, microclimate, exposure) led to the development, at the beginning of the last century (1911), of a scale of vintages. A percentage between 80 and 100 % was attributed to each of these villages, based on the quality of the grapes produced there. The 44 villages classified between 90 and 99 % are known as "Premier Cru". Villages classified as 100 % are known as "Grand Cru" - there are only 17 of them - and they produce the finest grapes in the Champagne region.
Veuve Clicquot
19 Champagnes
Veuve Clicquot
Veuve Clicquot is a champagne house in Reims that was founded in 1772 by Philippe Clicquot-Muiron.  Veuve Cliquot played an important role in establishing champagne and was also progressive in improving the champagne winemaking process including developing the technique of remuage.  The house is best known for their distinct yellow label non-vintage Brut and Rose and the vintage Ponsardin and La Grande Dame.

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