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Moët Chandon Impérial 375ml

Moët Impérial Champagne<br />Generous - Seductive<br /><br />Moët Impérial is the House's most emblematic champagne. Created in 1869, it represents the Moët &amp; Chandon style through its brilliantly fruity taste, seductive palate and<br />elegant maturity.<br /><br />Blending:<br />Created from over 100 different wines, including 20-30% reserve wines specially selected to enhance their maturity, complexity and consistency, the blend reflects the<br />distinctive and complementary characteristics of the three grape varieties:<br />THE FULL-BODIEDNESS OF THE PINOT NOIR:<br />30 to 40%.<br />THE SOFTNESS OF PINOT MEUNIER:<br />30 to 40%.<br />THE REFINEMENT OF THE CHARDONNAY:<br />20 to 30%.<br /><br /><br />Dosage: 9 g/litre<br /><br />Contains sulphites<br /><br />TASTING NOTES:<br />Elegant colour<br />Straw yellow with golden hues and green veins<br />Sparkling bouquet:<br />The vibrant intensity of green apple and citrus fruit.<br />The freshness of mineral nuances and white flowers<br />The elegance of blond notes (brioche, cereals, fresh nuts)<br />
Price €38.80
Champange Dom Pérignon...

Champange Dom Pérignon...

<br />2009: THE PINNACLE OF MATURITY<br /><br />2009 brings to a close in the best possible way a prodigious, sunny, bold and generous decade. This continuation of favourable weather conditions is unprecedented, and<br />the succession of vintages has allowed us to explore the new frontiers of grape maturity in Champagne. Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009 is the result of two movements: one is<br />driven by nature and the other is the creative ambition of the Maison's Chef de Cave. This synergy allows us to taste the ripest and richest fruit, the grapes at their best, the<br />promise of a wine full of freshness and energy.<br /><br />NOSE<br />The notes of guava and spicy green grapefruit zest blend with those of stone fruit, white peach and nectarine. The wine breathes, complemented by notes of woody vanilla<br />and warm, delicately toasted brioche.<br /><br />PALATE<br />The fruit notes are majestic, ripe, fleshy and deep. Beyond the richness and a certain voluptuousness, it is the impression of coherence that dominates. The intensity is<br />extraordinarily restrained. All the sensations converge and persist, silky, saline and lymphatic, bitter and iodized.<br /><br />CULINARY PAIRINGS<br />The Dom Pérignon Vintage 2009 is a wine that needs stimulation. It requires a context and lends itself to being enhanced by strong contrasts.<br />The champagne evokes vegetable and mineral worlds, which manifest themselves, for example, through a carbonara with sea urchins and cardamom mousse. It works<br />perfectly with dishes with a particular texture: for example, octopus sautéed in butter marinated in Sicilian orange juice.<br />
Price €238.00
Champagne Dom Pérignon...

Champagne Dom Pérignon...

<br />THE CREATIVE ACT<br />of 2006<br />The weather conditions in 2006 were variable, but on the whole hot and dry. While July proved to be an incredibly sultry month, August was characterised by rain and<br />relatively cold temperatures. The almost summer-like climate in September created the conditions for the creation of this cuvée, eliminating areas where certain pests were<br />present and maximising the ripening of the grapes. The harvest began on 11 September and continued for almost four weeks.<br /><br />NOSE<br />What immediately strikes you is the balanced impression of the bouquet, pure, airy and luminous. A floral and fruity tone develops, which is quickly enriched by candied<br />fruit, ripe hay and toasted notes, accompanied by hints of liquorice.<br /><br />THE PALATE<br />'It is on the palate that this wine reveals its opulence, measured yet delicious and enveloping. Gradually the aromas evolve and expand, becoming more complex and<br />intriguing, and the creaminess gives way to a silkier texture. All of this is finally resolved in an exquisite bitter note, enhanced by a touch of iodine.<br /><br />CULINARY PAIRINGS<br />Sicilian olive oil envelops the unparalleled sensual notes of Dom Pérignon. When the wine marries the low acidity and brilliance of the oily substance, it reveals the velvety<br />curves, impeccable voluptuousness and smoothness of Dom Pérignon Vintage 2006, enlivened by vegetal notes.<br />
Price €258.00
Bruno Paillard assemblage...

Bruno Paillard assemblage...

Extra-Brut Assemblage Millésime 2009<br />50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay<br /><br />Production area: Reims<br />Soil: limestone<br />Harvest: by hand<br />Vinification: from the best grapes of the same vintage from the 10 best terroirs in the heart of Champagne<br />Ageing: 9 years of rest in the cellar; 12 months in the bottle after dégorgement before marketing<br />Colour: yellow gold with amber accents, bright and joyful effervescence<br />Bouquet: lively and precise at the beginning, gradually asserting itself in a broad and complex structure. Young and tender fruit aromas - currant, wild blackberry and very<br />ripe black cherry mixed with the vigour of freshly squeezed citrus fruits<br />Palate: full and at the same time measured, soft and enveloping flavours of ripe fruit and spicy notes: cinnamon, cedar wood, toasted hazelnuts, great harmony. Finale of<br />quince peel confit, subtle and long.<br />Bitterness: 5 g/l<br />Format: 0.75 l bottle<br />Alcoholic Grade: 12% vol<br />
Price €132.40
Bruno Paillard Brut Rose...

Bruno Paillard Brut Rose...

Extra-Brut Rosé Première Cuvée<br />predominantly Pinot Noir with a small proportion of Chardonnay<br /><br />Production area: Reims<br />Soil: limestone<br />Harvest: manual<br />Vinification: cuvée made exclusively from the first pressing of the grapes, blending the Pinot Noir in its two forms. In white: pressed quickly, after rapid separation of the<br />juices from the skins; in red: by prolonged maceration of the juices with the skins. The blend consists of a first pressing of a majority of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Reserve<br />wines made up of 25 different vintages blended since 1985, in proportions of up to 50%.<br />Ageing: 3 years on the lees followed by 3 to 4 months in the bottle after disgorgement and before marketing<br />Colour: light golden copper, raspberry when young and salmon when ripe<br />Bouquet: lively and fruity, with aromas of currants and fresh red fruit. When opened it reveals hints of cherry, strawberry and violet, and finally a light, fresh touch of citrus<br />fruit<br />Palate: fresh and generous vivacity, sensations of ripe fruit in all its freshness. A refined, pure, elegant, delicate and long finish<br />Bitterness: 6 g/l<br />Alcoholic Grade: 12% vol<br />
Price €102.20
Bruno Paillard Blanc de...

Bruno Paillard Blanc de...

Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs Millésime 2006<br />100% Chardonnay<br /><br />Production Area: Reims<br />Soil: limestone<br />Harvest: manual<br />Vinification: cuvée elaborated exclusively with the first pressing of the grapes<br />Ageing: 100 months on yeasts, 6 months after disgorgement in the cellar before release for sale<br />Colour: intense and brilliant gold with green reflections, very fine perlage<br />Bouquet: lively and precise, with strong citrus notes that develop little by little to hints of warm brioche. Finally, notes of pepper, nutmeg and sweet almond.<br />Taste: delicate and lively at the same time, ample, harmonious and generous mouthfeel with citrus and confit aromas and almond paste. Long finish with liquorice aromas<br />Bitterness: 5 g/l<br />Format: 0.75 l bottle<br />Alcoholic Grade: 12% vol<br />
Price €146.00
Bruno Paillard Brut prem....

Bruno Paillard Brut prem....

Extra-Brut Première Cuvée<br />45% Pinot Noir, 33% Chardonnay, 22% Pinot Meunier<br /><br />Production area: Reims<br />Soil: limestone<br />Harvest: manual<br />Vinification: 32 Crus vinified separately in tanks or barrels. Reserve wines made up of 25 different vintages blended since 1985, in proportions of up to 50%.<br />Maturation: on the lees for 40 months, resting in the cellar for at least 3 to 4 months after disgorgement and before marketing<br />Colour: brilliant straw gold, revealing the exclusive use of the first pressing and the important percentage of Chardonnay. Very fine and extremely lively perlage<br />Bouquet: fresh and fruity, dominated by citrus aromas - green lemon, grapefruit - typical of Chardonnay. Then the red fruits appear: black cherry, currant, raspberry, typical<br />of Pinot Noir.<br />Taste: A lively attack thanks to a weak dosage that respects the authenticity of the wine. The minerality of the chalk is noticeable. Flavours of citrus, almond, toasted bread,<br />but also of currant jelly and black fruits such as cherry are immediately apparent.<br />Bitterness: 6 g/l<br />Alcoholic Grade: 12% vol<br />
Price €78.60
Bruno Paillard Blanc de...

Bruno Paillard Blanc de...

Extra-Brut Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru<br />100% Chardonnay<br /><br />Production Area: Reims<br />Soil: limestone<br />Harvest: manual<br />Vinification: very old vinification method in which fermentation in the bottle is less powerful than in a classic champagne<br />Ageing: 50 months on the lees, plus a minimum of 8 months after disgorgement. The delicacy of its effervescence makes it possible to tame the natural minerality of the<br />Grand Cru, thus offering creamy and lively sensations.<br />Colour: pale gold, brilliant with green, almost silvery reflections. Very fine perlage and light mousse<br />Bouquet: The first scents are iodine and saline, followed by citrus notes of green lemon and white flowers. With oxygenation, notes of almond and toasted bread emerge.<br />Taste: the attack is lively, with notes ranging from citrus to white berry fruits, to a chalky minerality. Ample and creamy finish<br />Bitterness: 5 g/l<br />Format: 0.75 l bottle<br />Alcoholic Grade: 12% vol<br />
Price €120.00
Champagne Roederer Carte...

Champagne Roederer Carte...

Bottle: 0.75 l<br />Characteristics<br />Carte Blanche is a champagne with a very traditional style due to its higher dosage, called 'demi-sec'. This style of wine-making was very popular and appreciated at the<br />end of the 19th century, particularly in certain northern European countries. Carte Blanche is therefore made from Brut Premier, to which more sugar is added at the time of<br />disgorging. The dosage gives the wine a rich, creamy and ample structure, contrasting with its freshness.<br />Grape varieties:<br />40% Pinot Noir<br />40% Chardonnay (of which 20% vinified in wood)<br />20% Meunier<br />Vinification:<br />Carte Blanche benefits from 3 years' cellar ageing, to which a 6-month rest period is added after disgorgement to perfect its maturity.<br />The dosage is 38 g/l.<br />It carries out a partial malolactic fermentation.<br />Tasting notes:<br />Carte Blanche reveals a range of sweet, ripe fruits (baked apple), intense floral notes (broom) and hints of warm, sugary almonds reminiscent of almond cream. The high<br />dosage is well balanced by both the wine's freshness and the long duration of disgorgement.<br />
Price €91.00
Champagne Roederer Brut...

Champagne Roederer Brut...

BRUT PREMIER<br />Characteristics<br />Always on the borderline between aperitif wine and wine for the whole meal, Brut Premier asserts its fresh style: direct, precise and juicy at the same time.<br /><br />Brut Premier is produced each year, seeking the same balance between freshness and pleasure: it is both elegant and rich, youthful and mature, with a very particular<br />structure, on the borderline between an aperitif wine and a wine for the whole meal. Every year it is assembled and recreated with patience, starting from the strength of the<br />last vintage (the base), which must be softened, patinated and tamed with care so as never to lose its peculiarities! It is the reserve wines, aged for individual parcels for up<br />to 10 years in French oak barrels, that give Brut Premier its unmistakable character. It is a meticulous work, involving 200 to 300 different lots: the wines, the vines, the crus,<br />the vintages blend in a harmonious and delicious way so that everything changes but remains the same!<br />Grape varieties:<br />40% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay of which 10% vinified in wood (oak barrels) and 20% Meunier.<br />Vinification:<br />Brut Premier benefits from an average of 3 years of ageing in the cellar, to which is added a rest period of 6 months after disgorging, to perfect its maturity.<br />The dosage is 9 g/l.<br />Tasting notes:<br />A bright yellow wine with golden hues and a very dynamic effervescence. The nose has aromas of candied citrus fruits (lemon) with notes of peel, acidulous, combined with<br />the sweetness of toasted hazelnut, acacia flowers in full bloom. The palate is rich, fluid, round and fresh. The attack is centred on juicy, direct, dense fruit, pure but<br />characterised by sweetness, prolonged by a savoury freshness that gives it a remarkable mineral precision, an elegance without excess. The sensation is delicate, fluid,<br />consistent and with a particular immediacy!<br />
Price €77.50