Traditionally the drink of glamour and celebration is Champagne, a white sparkling wine produced only in that specific region of France, about an hour’s drive east of Paris. Secondary fermentation in the bottle is what creates the impressive carbonation and the primary grapes used are Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Varieties can include a cuvée de prestige, a proprietary blended wine usually the top of a producer’s range; Blanc de Noir, a white bubbly produced from black grapes; Blanc de Blanc, a white bubbly from white grapes, usually designating that it’s made from 100% Chardonnay; and Rose Champagne. Then of course there’s the range of sweetness… everything from Doux (50g residual sugar) to Extra Brut (less than 6g residual sugar). Indeed, there’s something for everyone with Champagne.

Cederberg Wine

Cederberg Brut


Includes: Cederberg Brut - 1 X 750ml Bottle Description: “Strings of dainty pearls in liquid gold”. Made in the traditional French method of allowing a second fermentation to take place in the bottle. The extended period on lees,...

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Dom Perignon

Dom Perignon Magnum


Description: Dom Perignon Magnum - 1 x 1500ml Descripiton: This impressive blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir has a backbone of crisp, lemony acidity which should see it through the next decade and beyond as it ages in the bottle.

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Gorgeous in Gift Box


Includes: Gorgeous in Gift Box - 1 x 750ml Description: The attractive hue – vibrant pink with a copper tinge – is especially appealing. Gorgeous delivers a richly textured taste sensation with intriguing layers that unfold delicately on...

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