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<p>The Champagne Brut "Majeur" is a product of the prestigious Ayala maison. This Maison is undoubtedly characterized by a long and troubled history; today it is owned by Bollinger who has meant that, following innumerable historical vicissitudes, it could regain its initial splendor; it is no coincidence that it is one of the very few Maisons able to cover its needs using only grapes produced in its own vineyards! Champagne Brut Majeur undoubtedly owes its greatness to the peculiar <strong>assemblage</strong> in which the character of the <em>Pinot Noir</em> and the generosity of <em>Chardonnay</em> are combined with <em>Pinot Meunier</em> which is able to harmonize everything making it extremely pleasant to drink.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Method:</strong> After harvesting, fermentation and making the sparkling wine, the champagne is aged for over 30 months on its lees. It is precisely this step that makes this wine elegant, fine, lively and snappy, with fresh and fruity notes that never break a delicate balance. The finish is decisive and surprisingly long.</li> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> The Brut Majeur of the Maison Ayala is an elegant and refined champagne that offers a delicate fruity touch. It is a cuvée with fine bubbles and a beautiful golden colour. On the nose, we discover notes of yellow fruits and a sour touch. In the mouth, the Brut Majeur signed Ayala offers an attack full of lightness. The champagne is precise, expertly dosed, without acidity, but with a slight minerality that gives it an ethereal aspect.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Ideal with shellfish, fish main courses, sushi and carpaccio .</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0.75L bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 40% chardonnay, 40% pinot noir, 20% pinot meunier.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Ayala - Aÿ , France.</p> <h3>Maison Ayala</h3> <p>The history of the Maison is singular, and it is above all that of a visionary spirit, with a melodious name that came from afar. A name that seems created on purpose, by pure chance, for the town of Aÿ, the seat of AYALA since its creation. Curious and audacious, Edmond de AYALA has always known how to cultivate a taste for going further. Maison AYALA is animated by the spirit of excellence and adventure inspired by its founder. Pioneer in the introduction of a drier style, thanks to his intuition he launched the "dry champagne" in 1865 with a dosage of only 21 g / l. A bold choice in favor of purity, in contrast to the traditional French dosage of the time of over 150 g/l. Since its creation, the young Maison has been an essential point of reference: it is among the founding members of the Syndicat des Grandes Marques in 1882, the current Union Des Maisons de Champagne. After France, the Maison continues its expansion in England thanks to Fernand, Edmond's younger brother, which allows the brand to achieve lasting notoriety, until it obtains the Royal Warrant in 1908 after the coronation of King Edward VII. In the 1920s the Maison experienced a golden age with a production of one million bottles, which places it among the great Maisons of the time. After the war, the Maison was led by two great men of Champagne, René Chayoux and Jean-Michel Ducellier, who worked for the interprofessional committee and contributed to the development of the Appellation. To restore the status to Sleeping Beauty of Aÿ she deserves, the construction of a new cellar in 2007 allows the Maison to have a modern winemaking tool at its disposal, worthy of the qualitative ambitions of Champagne AYALA. The return of the Maison to the international scene begins with success. Since 2006, Caroline Latrive begins to immerse herself in the savoir-faire of AYALA alongside Nicolas Klym, whom she succeeds as Chef de Cave of the Maison in 2012. At the same time, Hadrien Mouflard is appointed General Manager, with the mission of accelerating the development of AYALA in France and abroad. The style of the wines asserts itself with the Chardonnay vine as the protagonist. The identity of the brand is completely rethought, with the creation of new labels inspired by the historical codes of the Maison. A contemporary, graphic and chiseled aesthetic style, just like the new accommodation and tasting facility.</p>
Price zł380.99

<p>The Champagne Extra Brut "Latitude" of the Maison Larmandier Bernier is a Blanc des Blancs made only with the <strong>precious Chardonnay grapes</strong> grown in the famous Premier Cru of Vertus. Its name underlines precisely the origin of the grapes from a single location, to highlight the particular characteristics of the terroir. It is a Champagne of great expressive purity, which well expresses the richness and aromatic intensity typical of the <strong>Vertus</strong> area. The Extra Brut "Latitude" is a Champagne that well represents the philosophy and style of the Maison Larmandier Bernier, marked by elegance and the search for an authentic link with the terroir. The estate covers a total of fifteen hectares managed under biodynamic agriculture, with parcels located in prestigious locations on the Côte des Blancs: Vertus classified as Premier Cru and Cramant, Chouilly, Oger, Avize, all classified as Grands Crus.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Procedure:</strong> After manual harvesting, the grapes are gently pressed and the must is fermented with indigenous yeasts. The base wines mature on the lees for a few months, partly in wood and partly in steel, carrying out the malolactic fermentation. Before the summer we proceed with the assembly and creation of the cuvée, choosing the best base wines of the vintage to which a percentage of 40% of reserve wines is added, to guarantee a constant continuity of taste. The second fermentation takes place in the bottle in the cellars of the Maison, where the Champagne rests on the lees for at least 24 months before the manual dégorgement of the bottles.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> The wine is intense, multi -dimensional and totally intriguing from the first taste, perfect with pasta with white fish and steamed shellfish.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Larmandier-Bernier, Blancs-Coteaux, France.</p>
Price zł331.99

<p>Elegant and refined, the Brut Réserve cuvée is the champagne for all occasions. The Brut Réserve is obtained from a blend of equal parts of three Champagne vines: pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay from 30 different crus. 25% of reserve wines are used to make this cuvée:</p> <ul> <li>- <strong>Pinot Noir</strong>, for its structure, body and power, comes mainly from some of the best crus from the Montagne de Reims;</li> <li>- The <strong>Pinot Meunier</strong>, due to its freshness, softness and fruitiness, comes from different crus of the Marne Valley and the Epernay region;</li> <li>- <strong>Chardonnay</strong>, due to its aromatic complexity, finesse, elegance and lightness, comes from Epernay and from some of the best crus of the Côte des Blancs.</li> </ul> <p>The <strong>grapes</strong> are pressed quickly and gently. A first decantation is carried out at the <strong>crushing center</strong>, then a second one in our cellar, cold (6°C), for 24 hours. Alcoholic <strong>fermentation</strong> takes place at a low temperature (18°C) in thermoregulated stainless steel vats where the grapes and crus are vinified separately before final blending. Malolactic fermentation is carried out on all the wines of the House. After tasting, blending and bottling, fermentation and aging take place in the cool of our cellars, <strong>33 meters deep</strong> . Each bottle is shaken by hand, in the <strong>traditional</strong> way, before <strong>disgorgement</strong> and dosage. The wines then settle for at least three months before being shipped.</p> <p>The Brut Réserve Pol Roger has a beautiful <strong>straw yellow</strong> color and an abundant and fine effervescence. The <strong>nose</strong>, powerful and engaging, initially reveals aromas of fruit (pear, mango.) and then unfolds light hints of honeysuckle and white jasmine, then continues with notes of brioche and vanilla.<br /> Behind a frank and dynamic attack, the wine offers a beautiful harmony and a pleasant freshness, while presenting a certain structure. On the <strong>palate</strong>, stewed fruit flavors (quince jelly, apricot jam) happily marry with fragrances of beeswax and acacia honey. Composed of both fruity (candied orange peel, mandarin, etc.) and spicy (cardamom, green anise) notes, the aromatic persistence is remarkable.</p> <p>For its structure and its vinosity, its elegance and its freshness, the Brut Réserve Pol Roger offers an optimal balance between power and finesse that makes it an extraordinary aperitif wine or a privileged companion to a meal all in champagne.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 4/8°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from light of the sun.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Pol Roger - Epernay, France.</p>
Price zł365.99

<p>Champagne is a wine that mainly combines, in a subtle alchemy, clear wines obtained from different grape varieties and appreciations and in different vintages. In the Fleury, in addition to the biodynamic commitment to the vines, history and passion are shaped in a particularly rigorous assembly process.</p> <ul> <li>The short <strong>maceration</strong> of the method gives a greater expression to this vintage. Delicious flavors and aromas of red fruits, this is a very drinkable Rosé Champagne.</li> <li><strong>Vinification</strong> in thermo-regulated tanks. This wine has a bright ruby color, with a delicious bouquet of fresh red fruits, black currants and plum pie, the aromas combine both the richness of vinosity with a delicate touch of sweetness on the final palate.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Pinot Noir.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 6/12°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Fleury - Courteron, France.</p>
Price zł343.99

<p>The Brut Rosé comes from a skilful blending of the three main vines of the Champagne region: Chardonnay, Meunier and Pinot Noir, belonging to various vintages. is the most famous and representative Champagne of the Maison of Mareuil-sur-Ay. A label of great finesse and expressive intensity, which is part of the circle of excellence of the Rosé type.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process:</strong> The grapes come from vineyards in 28 municipalities in the Marne. After the soft <em>pressing</em> and the separate vinification, the vins clairs rest for a few months awaiting the creation of the definitive <strong>assembly</strong> . At the time of the cuvée, a small percentage of Pinot Noir vinified in red is added to the bases. The second <strong>fermentation</strong> takes place in the bottle according to the <em>Champenoise</em> method, with a stop in the milk for at least 48 months.</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Brilliant coral pink <em>Colour</em>, with fine and persistent <strong>perlage</strong> . The <strong>nose</strong> is expressed on intense aromas of small red fruits, pink flowers and citrus peel. In the mouth, the wine is taut, develops with great linearity and elegance, beautiful freshness and good balance. It closes elegantly on delicate raspberry flavours.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> The Brut Rosé goes wonderfully with sushi, unpretentious fish main courses, especially with salmon in various preparations, with small crustaceans or light appetizers. It is also perfect as an aperitif.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot noir, Pinot meunier, Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Billecart-Salmon, Aÿ-Champagne, France.</p> <h3>Maison Billecart-Salmon</h3> <p>The Maison's champagne is the result of the know-how of its men, who take care of a 100-hectare estate . The grapes come from 40 crus of Champagne, planted on a total area of 300 hectares. Most of the grapes for winemaking are grown within a radius of 20 kilometers around the commune of Épernay. In this territory that extends between the Montagne de Reims, the Côte des Blancs and the Marne Valley, the grand crus of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier coexist. It all began in 1818, when Nicolas François Billecart and Elisabeth Salmon got married and founded their champagne house. It is the story of a family, because Louis Salmon, Elisabeth's brother and enology enthusiast, also participates in the production of wines. And this is how, after seven generations, the whole family still contributes to handing down the tradition, remaining faithful to an unchangeable commitment: "Privilate quality, aim for excellence". In this parcel the vines are managed and cared for with extreme care, in full respect of the environment. The Maison Billecart-Salmon has chosen to return to traditional methods by reintroducing the draft horse and sheep. Thus the porosity and biodiversity of the soil improve, the roots develop in depth and the minerals extracted favor the growth of smaller and more concentrated grapes, which best express all the peculiarities of our terroir. An exceptional champagne was born in the Clos Saint-Hilaire which takes its name from the patron saint of Mareuil-sur-Aÿ. Produced exclusively from Pinot Noir vinified in barrels, it develops a rare complexity and surprising freshness. A limited quantity of bottles is produced for each vintage: between 3500 and 7500, all numbered. In the 1950s, the Maison introduced the cold racking technique and stainless steel vats for longer fermentation at low temperatures. The vat cellar mainly uses small thermoregulated vats (47 hectoliters), which allow the traceability of the vines and parcels to be observed. This type of cru by cru and vine by vine vinification makes it possible to preserve all the peculiarities of the terroir. By making wine at a low temperature, the fermentation process is slowed down and favors airy and delicate aromas in which all the purity of the fruit is manifested. The authentic expression of the Billecart-Salmon style.</p>
Price zł560.99

<p>Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs is a free spirit: vibrant, dynamic, independent. Bright and fresh like the morning dew, it is the perfect champagne to serve as an aperitif, to celebrate the first day of spring.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Perrier-Jouët Blanc de Blancs is ideal as an aperitif, a wine that immediately creates good vibes. Equally delicious when paired with a sea bass carpaccio.</li> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> Pale gold color with green hues, deliciously lively and luminous champagne. On the nose aromas of hedge flowers – elderberry, acacia and honeysuckle – and spicy citrus fruits, on the palate persistent freshness with a surprisingly smooth and soft finish.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature included between 8/10°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Perrier-Jouet - Eperney, France.</p>
Price zł767.99

<p>Champagne Brut Blason Rosé is a fresh and intense wine that perfectly represents, with its floral and refined style, the prestigious Perrier-Jouët maison. It is undoubtedly a refined delicacy, winner of medals and prizes all over the world, an object of desire for all lovers of champagne and good taste.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Composition:</strong> Perrier-Jouët Blason Rosé Champagne Brut comes from the extraordinary assembly, in a single phase, of the broadest and most structured cuvées from around thirty crus, in search of perfection and balance. To create this magnificent rosé, the Chef de Cave Hervé Deschamps favors the Pinot Noirs of Ay and Vincelles, which make up 50% of the blend. The remainder is equally divided between Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, which has the merit of giving vivacity and freshness to the ample and elegant structure of Pinot Noir.</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> The sensual soul and voluptuous, fresh and intense aroma of Blason Rosé Perrier-Jouët, combined with an irresistible aromatic profile in which the light and delicate hints of red fruits stand out, make this champagne unforgettable. Perrier Jouet's Champagne Brut Blanc de Blancs is revealed in the glass with an extremely fine and persistent perlage, and an intense yellow color. The nose is a sum of grape variety and interpretative style, and tastes of brioche bread, clarified butter and small pastries that combine with a delicate note of white flowers, in which hawthorn appears. The sip is creamy and filling, endowed with a rich substance that does not however give up a reviving dose of freshness and flavour.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Ideal for cheering up weekend happy hours, it is to be combined with salmon carpaccio. Particularly suitable as a combination with raw or semi-raw dishes or with desserts and berries, for a unique and complete, artistic, sublime sensory experience.</li> </ul> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 25%, Pinot Noir 50%, Pinot Meunier 25%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Perrier-Jouet - Eperney, France.</p> <h3>Cellar History Perrier-Jouet</h3> <p>Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose-Adélaïde Jouët shared a love of nature and the arts. She was a cultured young woman from a Norman merchant family; he is a masterful winegrower and botanist. A year after their marriage, in 1811 they founded the Maison Perrier-Jouët: born from their desire to create a different Champagne House. The founders' passion for art, nature and champagne has been handed down from generation to generation. Their son Charles Perrier, a botanist like his father, took over the Maison in 1848. The family philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature is intrinsic to the history of champagne. These values still shape the Maison Perrier-Jouët today. Cuvée Belle époque A unique heritage Art Nouveau, inspired by the graceful and sinuous forms of nature, flourished throughout Europe in the late 19th century. The movement's exuberance and creative freedom paved the way for 20th-century avant-garde art. The ethos of Art Nouveau was to reinvent nature to re-enchant the everyday. The affinity of the Maison Perrier-Jouët with the Art Nouveau movement is best expressed by the emblematic anemone motif illustrated for the Maison in 1902 by Emile Gallé. Today, the Maison's lasting connection to art and nature translates into an extravagant universe that reinvents luxury as a meaningful experience with artistic collaborations.</p>
Price zł800.99

<p>Fine and vibrant, Taittinger's Rosé comes from a careful blend of chardonnay and pinot noir to which a small percentage, about 15%, of red wine from the best crus of the Maison is added. A Champagne that today stands out for its harmony and that will be able to give great emotions even after many years. Taittinger's Champagne Brut "Prestige" Rosé is a Cuvée as delicate as it is expressive, rich in detail and depth, in the best Taittinger style.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> Coral pink , with a decisive and persistent perlage. The nose reveals beautiful notes of small red fruits, cherry, raspberry, wild strawberry, and freshly baked bread crust. On the palate it is fresh, slightly vinous, persuasive and harmonious, characterized by a finish of rare length.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Absolutely to be tried with a salmon chique. Ideal as an aperitif, but it also goes very well with typical vegetarian dishes.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Noir 70%, Chardonnay 30 %.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Taittinger - Reims, France .</p>
Price zł392.99

<p>Pol Roger <strong>Rosé</strong> Vintage is based on our <strong>Brut Vintage</strong> (60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay) to which we add, before bottling and mousse, about 15% still red wine (Pinot Noir) from the best crus of the Reims mountain. Produced only in <strong>limited quantities</strong>, the Brut Rosé Annata 2015 is aged in our cellars before being placed on the market.</p> <p>The must undergoes two débourbage (decantation), one in the press immediately after pressing and the second a débourbage à froid, in stainless steel tanks at 6°C over 24 hours. A <strong>slow cold fermentation</strong> with temperatures kept below 18°C takes place in stainless steel with each variety and each village kept separate. The wine undergoes a complete malolactic fermentation before final blending. The second fermentation takes place in the bottle at 9°C in the deepest Pol Roger cellars (33 meters below street level) where the wine is kept until the <strong>manual remuage</strong>, a rarity in today's Champagne . The very fine and persistent foam for which Pol Roger is renowned owes much to these deep, fresh and humid cellars.</p> <p>The wine is <strong>salmon pink in colour</strong> with orange reflections, embellished with fine bubbles. Its initial <strong>nose</strong> offers a good aromatic expression dominated by red fruits, such as cherry and raspberry, together with rose petals, all leading to a nice freshness. As it warms up, notes of candied cherries and candies add complexity to the whole. The palate is in balance with the nose - both of equal intensity and richness. On the <strong>palate</strong> it is fresh at the entrance with citrus notes of blood orange, then it is generous and enveloping revealing its aromas of red fruit. On the palate perfectly balanced, it offers good persistence. The character of this vintage is supported by power and vinosity.</p> <p>The Brut Rosé Vintage 2015 is the ideal choice to accompany fish such as grilled salmon or even sushi. It also goes perfectly with fruit tarts and other fruit desserts.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0, 75 L</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 60% Pinot Noir, 40% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Pol Roger - Epernay, France.</p>
Price zł563.99

<p>Krug Rosé is inspired by the dream of the fifth generation of the Krug family to produce a rosé Champagne that has never existed before and which reinvents itself every year, revealing a new face. All editions of Krug Rosé perpetuate this tradition.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Blend:</strong> Krug Rosé fascinates, as it replaces a good red wine with a touch of panache at the table. This Champagne is a delicate blend of vintage wines and reserve wines selected from the Maison's extensive collection, completed by the traditionally macerated Pinot Noir which brings body and spicy notes. The rest of about seven years in the Krug cellars gives Krug Rosé refined character and elegance.</li> <li><strong>The Harvest:</strong> The 24th edition of Krug Rosé was created starting from the 2012 harvest , a splendid year but with a limited harvest due to a series of meteorological events. During the winter and spring of 2012, the Champagne vineyards suffered from frost, rain and thunderstorms, only to face the driest ripening season since 1974 and this led to a 20% drop in grape production. Every year, to recreate the idea of the fifth generation of Maison Krug to compose an unexpected, bold and elegant Rosé Champagne, the Maison begins with the selection of wines of the year and of previous vintages which together can release all possible expressions of fruit . This composition then embraces a traditionally macerated red Pinot Noir, which brings spicy notes, color and structure.</li> </ul> <p>Overall, the reserve wines of the extensive collection of the Maison make up 71% of the final blend of this edition of Krug Rosé. Krug Rosé is the most nonconformist of the Maison's Champagnes, designed for daring gastronomic adventures. Thanks to the unique combination of breadth, depth and grace, it harmonizes perfectly with dishes with a strong flavor, replacing excellent red wines with its vivacity.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Perfect with foie gras, lamb, white meats, game, venison or spicy dishes.</li> <li><strong>Taste and smell:</strong> This Champagne has an incredibly delicate pink colour, a promise of elegance. The nose opens up aromas of rose hips, cured ham, blackberries, red currants, peony, pepper and pink grapefruit. On the palate it offers delicate notes of honey, citrus and dried fruit with a persistent finish, enlivened by a very fine bubble.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 40% Pinot Noir, 32% Pinot Meunier, 28% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Maison Krug - Reims, France</p>
Price zł2,272.99

<p>Assembled from around fifty different Crus, Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut expresses the quality and diversity of the Maison's vineyards.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Structure:</strong> Its assembly ensures a balance between the constancy of the Perrier-Jouët style and the effects of the climate of the different vintages (up to 20% of reserve wines). Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut is built around the elegance and refinement of <strong>Chardonnay</strong> (20%), from the <em>Côte des Blancs</em>. The structure, all in delicacy, is provided by <strong>Pinot Noir</strong> (40%), the favorite vine of the Montagne de Reims. The duo harmonizes with the fruitiness and roundness of the <strong>Pinot Meunier</strong> (40%) from the Marne Valley. The Perrier-Jouet Grand Brut represents the quintessence of remarkable expertise, acquired since 1846, when the house made the first Champagne Brut.</li> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> The mouth offers a balance between sinuosity, roundness and vivacity, which give the wine charm and elegance, signature of the style of the Maison. Today, Perrier-Jouet shines in the world and offers a Brut of exemplary constancy and remarkable quality. Citrus fruits, fruit and white flowers make up a refined and lively symphony, with good freshness and flavour.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 1,5 L.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Meunier 40%, Pinot Noir 40%, Chardonnay 20%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Perrier-Jouet - Eperney, France.</p> <h3>Perrier-Jouet Cellar History</h3> <p>Pierre-Nicolas Perrier and Rose- Adélaïde Jouët shared a love of nature and the arts. She was a cultured young woman from a Norman merchant family; he is a masterful winegrower and botanist. A year after their marriage, in 1811 they founded the Maison Perrier-Jouët: born from their desire to create a different Champagne House. The founders' passion for art, nature and champagne has been handed down from generation to generation. Their son Charles Perrier, a botanist like his father, took over the Maison in 1848. The family philosophy of creative freedom and unconventional observation of nature is intrinsic to the history of champagne. These values still shape the Maison Perrier-Jouët today. Cuvée Belle époque A unique heritage Art Nouveau, inspired by the graceful and sinuous forms of nature, flourished throughout Europe in the late 19th century. The movement's exuberance and creative freedom paved the way for 20th-century avant-garde art. The ethos of Art Nouveau was to reinvent nature to re-enchant the everyday. The affinity of the Maison Perrier-Jouët with the Art Nouveau movement is best expressed by the emblematic anemone motif illustrated for the Maison in 1902 by Emile Gallé. Today, the Maison's lasting connection to art and nature translates into an extravagant universe that reinvents luxury as a meaningful experience with artistic collaborations.</p>
Price zł832.99

<p>Rich and persistent perlage, conferred by rigorously bottled fermentation. The gustatory notes are those of Pinot Meunier and classic Chardonnay with a finish given by Pinot Noir which enriches it with structure and character. The <strong>fermentation</strong> is natural, i.e. obtained exclusively using indigenous yeasts which justify the wording "Tradition" on the label. The Tradition Brut JP Marniquet is bottled without any filtration.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Brilliant straw yellow colour, floral notes of acacia and more marked fruity hints of green apple, apricot, peach, and good fragrant sensations of crusty bread. In the mouth, the impact is of a pleasant persistent effervescence, full of minute bubbles that prolong the fresh pleasantness of the taste.</li> <li><strong>Advice and pairings:</strong> Champagne is served chilled, never cold. Too low a temperature prevents you from fully appreciating the aromas and recognizing the finest and most elegant nuances in the taste. The ideal serving temperature is between 8 and 10 degrees and is obtained by leaving the bottle for about three hours in the lowest compartment of the refrigerator. However, the ideal is to cool the Champagne in the typical bucket, for twenty minutes, in a mixture of ice, water and salt. It goes well with dishes based on fish, shellfish and cheese.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Meunier 50%, Chardonnay 35%, Pinot Noir 15%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Jean-Pierre Marniquet - Venteuil, France.</p> <h3>Champagne Jean-Pierre Marniquet</h3> <p>Jean-Pierre Marniquet was clearly born in the Champagne region . When he turned 24, he put his natural boldness and self-confidence to good use and started his own farm. He started selling his he Champagne Jean-Pierre Marniquet. He focused on creating exceptional champagnes that fully expressed the symbiosis between land and vine. Because he likes to travel the world, he has developed a network of partners who are as passionate as he is and offer people from all over the world the chance to taste his exceptional champagne. The history of our family dates back to the 18th century. From the beginning we were winemakers working in the small village of Venteuil. Venteuil is not far from Épernay, on the southern slopes of the Marne valley. At the time, the Coutelas family worked their vineyards, like many other winemakers, and sold their grapes to the big Champagne brands and merchants. Jean-Pierre's ancestors on his father's side worked vineyards near Reims, on the Saint-Thierry massif, where our Maison still cultivates some plots today. Jean-Pierre was born in 1951, in Venteuil, son of Léon Marniquet and Thérèse Coutelas. The first son of a large family, he had a peaceful childhood amidst the family vineyards. Jean-Pierre always knew that his daughters Cyrielle and Solène would eventually succeed him and run the farm. After years of university studies, each of them now has a profession they love, far from the Maison. However, it eventually became obvious that they were also preparing to one day take over the family business that their father had founded and developed with passion for 50 years.</p>
Price zł292.99

<p>Louis Brochet's Brut Premier Cru is the result of a long-tested blend, which tells the story of the company's cultivated vines with the prevalent use of pinot noir, alongside chardonnay and pinot meunier. The grapes are pressed and vinified in the cellars according to the most authentic Champagne tradition. The cuvées are then bottled in April, after six months of stabilization and natural improvement of the wine, and age in the cellar until reaching the maximum qualitative expression. The use of 50% reserve wines ensures a constant identity to this Champagne, in which the expert finds his favorite aromas year after year. In short, a guarantee for all fans of magical bubbles.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> It highlights a delicately golden robe, enriched by extremely fine bubbles that form a crown of foam on the surface. Intense on the nose, it releases a pleasant combination of notes of apple and pear, honey, vanilla and acacia. It is harmonious on the palate, giving us a sensation of lightness and fullness, concluding the long taste-olfactory trail with a hint of mint and star anise.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Ideal for an aperitif , to try with a yellowtail, citrus fruit and dill tartare.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> pinot noir 78%, chardonnay 15%, pinot meunier 7%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Louis Brochet - Écueil, France.</p> <h3>Louis Brochet</h3> <p>At the foot of the Montagne de Reims, the Domaine Louis Brochet has been located in the village of Ecueil since the 19th century. The four successive generations of grape harvesters-manipulators have since then perpetuated their passion for the vine and their meticulous work on the terroir with respect for the purest Champagne know-how. The result of a particular selection and a masterful technique, it is the Pinot noir d'Ecueil meticulously worked over the years that instills finesse and character in the Champagne Louis Brochet. Grandmother of the family since the 19th century, Marie Arsène Brochet selects with the greatest care the best vines from her vineyard by applying a line of varnish on their trunk. Already the search for a very particular quality and typicality of the terroir was at the center of her concerns. Only the vines marked for three consecutive years were selected to then be harvested and grafted. This mass selection technique has since made it possible to develop the exceptional character of Pinot Noir d'Ecueil, a grape variety which today represents ¾ of the production of Champagne Louis Brochet. It is all the passion for the terroir and the attachment to her vineyard that she passed on to her son Louis Brochet. Born in 1881, just 100 years before his great-grandson, Louis Brochet was lulled by the rhythm of the Champagne harvest. It is through the transmission of meticulous gestures but above all of the passion that inhabited his mother that he too became passionate about the vine and made it his profession. The years have passed and the magnificent harvests have arrived to greet an intense and innovative work, Louis Brochet marks a turning point in the history of the family. He will be at the origin of the first label that presents "Champagne Louis Brochet", as part of a brand identity approach that was innovative and ambitious for the time. He is a character who has marked the history of the family, to whom his descendants Hélène and Louis Brochet wanted to pay homage years later, in 2011, by giving their name to the brand. Accompanied by his wife Yvonne Hervieux, Henri Brochet (son of Louis) was the first to really set up the Domaine's champagne development and marketing business. Entrepreneurs at heart and with a strong character, both bring a new dimension to family businesses and have this desire to make the Champagne they produce more widely known. They build their brand and thus sign the commercial beginning of the Domaine, which will prove to be promising since the Domaine Brochet-Hervieux will carry the family champagne for nearly 70 years. Alain Brochet, also accompanied by his wife Brigitte, has also perpetuated family values and this one relentless pursuit of quality following in the footsteps of his father Henri. He has developed the collection-manipulation business, the inheritance and the family know-how to offer exceptional champagnes, blends of meticulousness and passion. Very attached to his children Hélène and Louis, the transmission takes place over the years. The year 2013 marks a turning point. Hélène and Louis take over the estate with the aim of continuing the work of their father and of the previous 4 generations. Hélène, engaged in the sector since 2005, is at the origin of the modernization of communication, and of its commercial development, especially in exports, which represents 30% of the activity. Louis signs his first personal creation "la Cuvée extra noir" in 2010. An oenologist by training, it is the delicate mission of fusion that fascinates him. In the vineyard and in the cellar, he combines technicality and creation day after day. Together, the brother and sister perpetuate the values of the estate by modernizing it, always with the same goal since 1881: to create exceptional champagnes.</p>
Price zł235.99

<p>Elaborated in compliance with the Champagne tradition, with the addition of red wine to white wine, according to a variable dosage based on the vintage. This Champagne Brut Rosè is the result of a meticulous selection of grapes, harvested and vinified with the utmost care. Contrary to what happens for white Champagnes, aging in the bottle is shorter, to preserve the characteristic fruity aromas. A greedy and inviting Champagne, it conquers for its fruity and elegant nature.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Light pink, scratched by chains of fine bubbles. Delicate nose with notes of small red fruits, with cherries and raspberries, combined with flowers and fragrant sensations. On the palate, it is appreciated for its lightness and liveliness. Champagne much appreciated for its lightness and liveliness.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> It can be paired with the whole meal, with a grilled lobster and to conclude with a delicate red fruit-based dessert .</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> pinot noir 85%, pinot meunier 10% , chardonnay 5%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/ 10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight .</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Cha mpagne Louis Brochet - Écueil, France.</p> <h3>Louis Brochet</h3> <p>At the foot of the Montagne de Reims, the Domaine Louis Brochet has been located in the village of Ecueil since the 19th century. The four successive generations of grape harvesters-manipulators have since then perpetuated their passion for the vine and their meticulous work on the terroir with respect for the purest Champagne know-how. The result of a particular selection and a masterful technique, it is the Pinot noir d'Ecueil meticulously worked over the years that instills finesse and character in the Champagne Louis Brochet. Grandmother of the family since the 19th century, Marie Arsène Brochet selects with the greatest care the best vines from her vineyard by applying a line of varnish on their trunk. Already the search for a very particular quality and typicality of the terroir was at the center of her concerns. Only the vines marked for three consecutive years were selected to then be harvested and grafted. This mass selection technique has since made it possible to develop the exceptional character of Pinot Noir d'Ecueil, a grape variety which today represents ¾ of the production of Champagne Louis Brochet. It is all the passion for the terroir and the attachment to her vineyard that she passed on to her son Louis Brochet. Born in 1881, just 100 years before his great-grandson, Louis Brochet was lulled by the rhythm of the Champagne harvest. It is through the transmission of meticulous gestures but above all of the passion that inhabited his mother that he too became passionate about the vine and made it his profession. The years have passed and the magnificent harvests have arrived to greet an intense and innovative work, Louis Brochet marks a turning point in the history of the family. He will be at the origin of the first label that presents "Champagne Louis Brochet", as part of a brand identity approach that was innovative and ambitious for the time. He is a character who has marked the history of the family, to whom his descendants Hélène and Louis Brochet wanted to pay homage years later, in 2011, by giving their name to the brand. Accompanied by his wife Yvonne Hervieux, Henri Brochet (son of Louis) was the first to really set up the Domaine's champagne development and marketing business. Entrepreneurs at heart and with a strong character, both bring a new dimension to family businesses and have this desire to make the Champagne they produce more widely known. They build their brand and thus sign the commercial beginning of the Domaine, which will prove to be promising since the Domaine Brochet-Hervieux will carry the family champagne for nearly 70 years. Alain Brochet, also accompanied by his wife Brigitte, has also perpetuated family values and this relentless pursuit of quality following in the footsteps of his father Henri. He has developed the collection-manipulation business, the inheritance and the family know-how to offer exceptional champagnes, blends of meticulousness and passion. Very attached to his children Hélène and Louis, the transmission takes place over the years. The year 2013 marks a turning point. Hélène e Louis take over the estate with the aim of continuing the work of his father and of the previous 4 generations. Hélène, engaged in the sector since 2005, is at the origin of the modernization of communication, and of its commercial development, especially in exports, which represents 30% of the activity. Louis signs his first personal creation "la Cuvée extra noir" in 2010. An oenologist by training, it is the delicate mission of fusion that fascinates him. In the vineyard and in the cellar, he combines technicality and creation day after day. Together, the brother and sister perpetuate the values of the estate by modernizing it, always with the same goal since 1881: to create exceptional champagnes.</p>
Price zł283.99

<p>It is composed of 30% Chardonnay Grands Crus from the prestigious Côte des Blancs region and 70% Pinot Noir from the Grands Crus of the Montagne de Reims region. Comtes de Champagne Rosé owes the secret of its uniqueness to 15% still red wine which is added to the blend.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> It is the rarest cuvée in the Champagne house. Its fruity character and soft and caressing taste make it a delicious luxury to be enjoyed only in small sips.</li> <li><strong>Harvest:</strong> The harvest began on August 30 and was carried out with cold dry wind. This has resulted in a healthy and good quality crop. The Chardonnay grapes were delicate and clear, and their citrus and white fruit aromas showed great potential. This great 2007 vintage lives up to all expectations as soon as the bottle is opened. It is a moment to cherish. Comtes Rosé draws nobility from its long aging in cellars declared by UNESCO. During this time, this wine with a pure and demanding composition ages to achieve a silky and tasty balance, until it becomes totally melted into a multitude of lightly toasted small red fruit particles.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> A marvel that knows how to marry perfectly with a singular dish like a still pink pigeon, thanks to its balance between freshness and structure.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 30% Chardonnay, 70% Pinot Noir.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites .</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Taittinger - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł1,400.99

<p>The "Grand Vintage" Rosé is a Champagne Brut, one of the best known and most prestigious labels in the Moet Chandon line. It is only produced in the Millesimato version, when the chef de cave, <strong>Benoit Gouez</strong>, selects the cuvée of a famous vintage with great experience and decides to make it sparkling. It comes from a selection of the three typical vines of the area: Pinot Noir in greater percentage, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. 20% of the Pinot Noir is <em>vinified</em> in red and added at a later stage to give it that alluring, luminous salmon-pink color. The <em>refinement</em> is very long and lasts almost 7 years, giving it a perfect expressive maturity and an aromatic endowment of great value. The light sugar dosage of 5 g/l allows it to maintain the freshness necessary to control a soft and velvety structure. The result is a unique and authentic Champagne of great value, which like every "Grand Vintage" leaves its mark and tells in every sip the work and passion of an illustrious maison, which since 1869 has stood out all over the world for its famous bubbles.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> It is distinguished by its pale salmon pink color with persistent bubbles. The <em>perfume</em> exudes notes of biscuits and bread, followed by fruity hints of cherry and plum. Present floral nuances and aromatic herbs. Fresh to the <em>taste</em>, with good concentration and a good finish.</li> <li><strong>Advice and pairings:</strong> Served very cold, it is ideal to uncork for pleasant aperitifs, pairing it with delicious fish-based finger food.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 40%, Pinot Noir 37%, Pinot Meunier 23%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Moët &amp; Chandon, Epernay, France.</p> <h3>Maison Moët &amp; Chandon</h3> <p>Benoît Gouez's mastery as Chef de Cave ensures a champagne with the distinctive Moët &amp; Chandon. Style and integrity are essential to making the most of each vintage, "exalting and sublimating the specific characteristics of the vines grown in Champagne". With his absolute respect for the natural qualities of the fruits, this young and atypical Chef de Cave is the ideal guardian of the Moët &amp; Chandon. The Moët &amp; Chandon is unique: the brilliantly fruity aroma, seductive palate and elegant maturity are the result of the slow evolution from vine to cellar. Each stage of processing is based on the complementary knowledge of winegrowers, coopers, chefs de cave, oenologists and other professionals, all united by the strong principles at the heart of our value proposition, our Wine Credo.</p>
Price zł590.99

<p>Each Grand Vintage is unique, the free and personal interpretation of the Chef de Cave of Moët &amp; Chandon. <strong>74th vintage in the history of the Maison</strong>, Grand Vintage 2012 stands out for its maturity, its complexity and its charisma. It evokes the transition from spring to summer. It offers a particular harmony, accompanied by a sweet sensation of freshness. A prestigious bubble with an elegant and fine profile, aged for 6 years on the lees.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> The <em>nose</em> reveals fruity and floral notes, with nuances of biscuit and vanilla. Elegant and complex, it is a champagne that reflects the personality of the cellar, able, through its delicate aromas and its superb structure, to reconcile even the most skeptical tasters.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Excellent throughout the meal, it is enhanced with shellfish-based dishes. Ideal on sashimi, tartare, raw fish in general.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 40%, Pinot Noir 37%, Pinot Meunier 23%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Moët &amp; Chandon, Epernay, France.</p> <h3>Maison Moët &amp; Chandon</h3> <p>Benoît Gouez's mastery as Chef de Cave ensures a champagne with the distinctive Moët &amp; Chandon. Style and integrity are essential to making the most of each vintage, "exalting and sublimating the specific characteristics of the vines grown in Champagne". With his absolute respect for the natural qualities of the fruits, this young and atypical Chef de Cave is the ideal guardian of the Moët &amp; Chandon. The Moët &amp; Chandon is unique: the brilliantly fruity aroma, seductive palate and elegant maturity are the result of the slow evolution from vine to cellar. Each stage of processing is based on the complementary knowledge of winegrowers, coopers, chefs de cave, oenologists and other professionals, all united by the strong principles at the heart of our value proposition, our Wine Credo.</p>
Price zł520.99

<p>Created in 1962 and launched in 1972 to celebrate the maison's bicentenary, La Grande Dame is a tribute to <strong>Madame Clicquot</strong>, an emblematic, strong and inspirational woman. In 1805, on the death of her husband, she took over the reins of her Maison at just 27, at a time when women had no place in the business world. A free and ambitious woman, she dared to say “<em> I want my Maison to have a leading role both in New York and in St. Petersburg </em>”. Her signature is today the symbol of Veuve Cliquot in the world.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Characteristics:</strong> This extraordinary Champagne has a color with golden and luminous reflections. Its <em>fragrance</em> presents notes of dried fruits, almonds, figs, apricots, and ripe white fruits, enriched by subtle toasted notes of hazelnut and praline. These pastry notes create a perfect balance with the freshness and precision of the assembly. The <em>taste</em> is an elegant balance of freshness and structure.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> perfect to accompany appetizers and aperitifs, it is ideal in combination with side dishes fish, shellfish, dry desserts and pastries.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Pinot Noir 92%, Chardonnay 8%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Veuve Clicquot - Reims, France.</p> <h3>Champagne Veuve Clicquot</h3> <p>Our Maison currently owns one of the most important vineyards in the region, both in terms of surface area and quality. The 390 hectares are divided into 12 of the 17 Grand Crus and 20 of the 44 Premier Crus that make up the entire Champagne region. An exceptional heritage built over the centuries starting from the first parcels and plots planted by the founder and then expanded by the hand of the various Veuve Clicquot executives. A heritage that boasts above all the imprint of Madame Clicquot. The latter make up only one third of the total vineyard area of the Champagne wine region. The planting of the vineyards is established for the single parcels according to the soil, the climate and the exposure. The Veuve Clicquot vineyard is made up of 47% Chardonnay, 36% Pinot Noir and 17% Pinot Meunier. The vineyards of the Maison are positioned along the gentle hillsides, to benefit from the reduced thickness of the soil and the best sun exposure. Since its inception, Veuve Clicquot has built strong relationships with the winemakers of Champagne. As producers of grapes and white wines, they bring a constant and quality supply to the Maison.</p>
Price zł1,211.99

<p>The Champagne Vintage 2012 "Veuve Clicquot" is the expression of a prodigious harvest, despite an extremely adverse climate. Despite the damage that led to a fairly modest harvest, the quality is optimal, with great aging potential for the wines. Naturally, the 2012 was declared a <em>Veuve Clicquot Vintage</em>, becoming the House's 66th since its first vintage of 1810. The uniqueness of the Veuve Clicquot Vintage collection lies in the addition of wines aged in large oak barrels, which bring strength and aromatic intensity. The predominance of Pinot noir and the woody touch bring structure and character, a hallmark of the Veuve Clicquot style.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> From the elegance of <strong>perlage</strong>, fine and persistent, it moves on to the harmonic grace of the olfactory <strong>bouquet</strong>, composed of floral scents, fruity notes of pear, aromas of almonds, biscuits and yeasts. Silky and generous <strong>on the palate</strong>, it is rich in minerality and deliciously spicy. Long and powerful in the finish.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Veuve Clicquot Vintage 2012 Champagne is certainly ideal to accompany fish-based cuisine. Good with crabmeat tagliatelle, perfect with veal, crayfish, smoked scallops.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> pinot noir 60%, chardonnay 33%, pinot meunier 7%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8 /10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Veuve Clicquot - Reims, France.</p> <h3>Champagne Veuve Clicquot</h3> <p>Our Maison currently has one of the most important vineyards in the region, both in terms of surface area and quality. The 390 hectares are divided into 12 of the 17 Grand Crus and 20 of the 44 Premier Crus that make up the entire Champagne region. An exceptional heritage built over the centuries starting from the first parcels and plots planted by the founder and then expanded by the hand of the various Veuve Clicquot executives. A heritage that boasts above all the imprint of Madame Clicquot. The latter make up only one third of the total vineyard area of the Champagne wine region. The planting of the vineyards is established for the single parcels according to the soil, the climate and the exposure. The Veuve Clicquot vineyard is made up of 47% Chardonnay, 36% Pinot Noir and 17% Pinot Meunier. The vineyards of the Maison are positioned along the gentle hillsides, to benefit from the reduced thickness of the soil and the best sun exposure. Since its inception, Veuve Clicquot has built strong relationships with the winemakers of Champagne. As producers of grapes and white wines, they bring a constant and quality supply to the Maison.</p>
Price zł699.99

<p>Rosé Majeur wonderfully embodies the originality and delicacy of the wines of the Maison. Its singularity comes from an assembly composed of 50% Chardonnay. This emblematic grape variety of the Maison gives it an incomparable freshness and finesse.</p> <p>For the <strong>assembly</strong> and <strong>vinification</strong>, nothing is left to chance. The Pinot Noirs come from the best crus of the Montagne de Reims and are made with an emphasis on the fruit rather than the structure. Rosé Majeur is above all a story of expertly dosed delicacy. The delicate notes are conferred by the red wine added in small proportions to the blend. This still wine is made exclusively from Aÿ Pinot Noir, a Grand Cru characterized by the legendary generosity of the fruit. The low dosage, signature of the Maison, underlines the beautiful freshness and elegance of a great rosé blend.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Appearance:</strong> Pale pink and delicate.</li> <li><strong>Nose:</strong> Charming, generous and open, it releases notes of red fruits (strawberries and raspberries) and peaches.</li> <li><strong>Taste:</strong> Airy and expressive, it is characterized by its freshness due to the strong presence of Chardonnay. Notes of raspberries are highlighted. The finish is voluptuous and enveloping with an important persistence of fruit.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Ideal at the table, Rosé Majeur will be the perfect accompaniment to a semi-cooked salmon fillet, pink lamb chops or red fruit tarts.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>FEATURES:</strong> 3 years of aging on the fine lees • Dosage : 7 gr/litre.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 50% Chardonnay • 40% Pinot Noir (of which 6% red wine) • 10% Pinot Meunier.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Ayala - Aÿ , France.</p>
Price zł418.99

<p>The Champagne Ayala "Brut Nature" is an important wine of the Maison Ayala. <strong>A centuries-old estate</strong>, it was born and extends for about eighty hectares in the countryside of Aÿ in Champagne, the beating heart of wine production beyond the Alps. The temperate oceanic climate, with hot summers and mild winters, as well as the predominantly calcareous soil, allow the Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier vines to thrive like nowhere else in the world. These grape varieties are the ones which characterize the entire area and which therefore also contribute to the creation of Ayala Champagnes. Champagne Ayala "Brut Nature", in particular, is made with <em>40% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir and 20% Pinot Meunier</em>.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Method:</strong> The wine follows the classic <em>sparkling process</em> of the <strong>Champenoise</strong> Method and, before being ready for the final <em>bottling</em> , spends a good 48 months refining in the cellar on first choice yeasts which integrate and complete the <em>aging</em> of this extraordinary wine, making it complex and balanced. The end result is a pure, clean, decisive, very dry champagne, which does not make discounts, but also for this reason it is extremely fine and elegant, with a very delicate perlage, an almost silky bubble, not at all aggressive; the term Nature highlights the fact that no sugar dosage occurs (as normally occurs for the other versions, i.e. Brut, Extra Brut, Dry, etc.).</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Brilliant gold with light silvery reflections and fine and persistent perlage. The <em>olfactory</em> is marked by clear citrus sensations that are combined with a pleasant savory component. Complex and clean on the palate, with flavors of grapefruit and white pulp fruit. Long and mineral on the finish.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> It is excellent to be sipped during an aperitif, even on refined and formal occasions. He is natural and straightforward, sincere in all his purity and liveliness. It goes very well with raw fish and shellfish, but at the same time it can be combined with soft cheeses, such as Brie.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l.</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> Chardonnay 40%, Pinot Meunier 20%, Pinot Noir 40%.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature included between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Ayala - Aÿ , France.</p> <h3>Maison Ayala</h3> <p>The history of the Maison is singular, and it is above all that of a visionary spirit, with a melodious name that came from afar. A name that seems created on purpose, by pure chance, for the town of Aÿ, the seat of AYALA since its creation. Curious and audacious, Edmond de AYALA has always known how to cultivate a taste for going further. Maison AYALA is animated by the spirit of excellence and adventure inspired by its founder. Pioneer in the introduction of a drier style, thanks to his intuition he launched the "dry champagne" in 1865 with a dosage of only 21 g / l. A bold choice in favor of purity, in contrast to the traditional French dosage of the time of over 150 g/l. Since its creation, the young Maison has been an essential point of reference: it is among the founding members of the Syndicat des Grandes Marques in 1882, the current Union Des Maisons de Champagne. After France, the Maison continues its expansion in England thanks to Fernand, Edmond's younger brother, which allows the brand to achieve lasting notoriety, until it obtains the Royal Warrant in 1908 after the coronation of King Edward VII. In the 1920s the Maison experienced a golden age with a production of one million bottles, which places it among the great Maisons of the time. After the war, the Maison was led by two great men of Champagne, René Chayoux and Jean-Michel Ducellier, who worked for the interprofessional committee and contributed to the development of the Appellation. To restore the status to Sleeping Beauty of Aÿ she deserves, the construction of a new cellar in 2007 allows the Maison to have a modern winemaking tool at its disposal, worthy of the qualitative ambitions of Champagne AYALA. The return of the Maison to the international scene begins with success. Since 2006, Caroline Latrive begins to immerse herself in the savoir-faire of AYALA alongside Nicolas Klym, whom she succeeds as Chef de Cave of the Maison in 2012. At the same time, Hadrien Mouflard is appointed General Manager, with the mission of accelerating the development of AYALA in France and abroad. The style of the wines asserts itself with the Chardonnay vine as the protagonist. The brand identity is completely rethought, with the creation of d the new labels inspired by the historical codes of the Maison. A contemporary, graphic and chiseled aesthetic style, just like the new accommodation and tasting facility.</p>
Price zł306.99

<p>The 2013 vintage is characterized by a particularly late cycle! The interminable winter gives way to a very timid spring. In fact, it was necessary to wait until the first days of June for the vineyards to reach full bloom. It hadn't happened in Champagne for a long time! Fortunately, the summer was radiant, with record sunshine and low rainfall, which favored the maturation of the Pinot noir and Chardonnay. The October harvest took place in a cool autumn climate which gave life to elegant wines of intense freshness. great "classics".</p> <p><strong>Colour</strong> pale pink, light and delicate. Brilliant, extremely fine and dynamic effervescence. Refined bouquet of freshly picked sour red fruits (wild strawberries, raspberries) and flower petals with lemon notes. The perfumed fragrances delicately intertwine, in their purity and definition, gradually enriching themselves with nuances of fresh almond, bread and spices (cocoa beans). We are far beyond the bouquet, thanks to the perfect fusion of these shades with an ethereal hue. Intense, velvety and bewitching <strong>palate</strong> that stands out despite these aromas. The juicy and concentrated red fruits gradually lead towards the raspberry liqueur, supported by invigorating sugary citrus fruits. The harmony and delicacy are strengthened by the creamy effervescence which gives a concentrated and rounded sensation. The mineral freshness then stretches the material, which becomes vertical, calcareous, saline and sapid. an infinite sensation of acceleration due to the bright and pure calcareous soils.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 55% Pinot Noir, 45% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Louis Roederer - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł3,600.99

<p>A three-time climatic waltz, with strong, clear-cut and decisive contrasts! A splendid and dry spring that flows into a scorching June; an autumnal summer, cool and rainy; a warm, sunny and very dry September. worthy of a month of August. The "key" of the vintage lies in the soil and in the work of the winemakers: the gypsum, rewarding because it is more draining, in the medium-lower area of the hill, has made it possible to eliminate excess water from the summer and limit its stagnation. viticultural practices are fundamental, increasingly virtuous, which allow us to go further in the search for the balance of the grapes and ripening.</p> <p><strong>Colour</strong> golden, decisive, bright and brilliant. Dynamic effervescence, incessant succession of clouds of bubbles. Intense bouquet, fragrant and of great purity. Concentrated and candied citrus fruits delicately mingle with notes of harvest and lightly toasted almonds. Sensation of a generous ripeness of the fruit, dampened by fresh and acidic, delicate and energetic contrasts. Fruity <strong>palate</strong> and silky texture, amplified by a delicate, perfectly integrated and deliciously elegant effervescence. The purity and perfection of the ripe yellow fruits blends with the intense chalky freshness, typical of Cristal, palpable and savory at the same time. On the palate it is full-bodied, juicy, concentrated, lengthened, thanks to the defined and spicy structure of the partial refinements in oak barrels. The finish goes on a crescendo, revealing a full texture in a long, savory and sublimely elegant finish.</p> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 60% Pinot noir 40% Chardonnay</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Louis Roederer Champagne - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł3,600.99

<p>A Champagne Perfect for a taste with friends, it completes the range of sans année very well, adding that extra quid that only a 100% Chardonnay can give. Son not only of the Côte des Blancs but of all Champagne, this taste is the 'white', pure and refined part of the Brut, the most beautiful profile!</p> <ul> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Brilliant <em>straw yellow</em> color with golden hues, it has a white, very fine and rather persistent foam. <em>The nose</em> expresses a typical fruity note of green apple, hints of honey and a hint of icing sugar, together with unmistakable mineral nuances. <em>Citrus taste</em>, agile and snappy, it is graceful and elegant and does not lack the typical thickness signed by Piper-Heidsieck, confirming the caressing bubble, the roundness, the silkiness. Saline, enveloping and rightly persistent finish.</li> <li><strong>Process:</strong> The grapes for this French sparkling wine are harvested exclusively by hand, at the moment of optimal ripeness. After hand-picking, the grapes are quickly taken to the press. Here they are sorted and pressed gently. This is followed by the fermentation of the base wines. After the cuvée has been put together, further aging follows on the basis of the Méthode Traditionelle. The Champagnes Piper-Heidsieck Essentiel Blanc de Blancs then ages in the bottle for several months and is finally disgorged.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Chardonnay .</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagnes Piper-Heidsieck - Reims, France.</p>
Price zł311.99

<p>A rosé that is expression of the terroir, a Champagne that combines taste and strength. The fruity and spicy sip is explosive. The elegance, the absence of sugar and the generosity of the emotions it produces make it a unique product.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Process and tasting:</strong> It is a Brut nature vinified in steel and wood and aged for at least 48 months on the lees. Its aromatic profile is complex, rich and fruity, with hints of red fruits, citrus, spices and rhubarb. On the palate it is clean, elegant and delicate, with good intensity and long persistence.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Appetizers and fish first courses, delicious aperitifs or any occasion where quality is needed !</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l bottles</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>FEATURES:</strong> Bright pink color and aromas of red fruits.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 50% Chardonnay, 44% Pinot Noir, 6% Pinot Meunier.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12.5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 10/12°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Tarlant - Eperney, France.</p>
Price zł470.99

<p>The Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs of the Maison Billecart Salmon is a non-vintage Champagne Brut, which comes exclusively from a rigorous selection of the best Chardonnay grapes from prestigious parcels located within the territory of <strong>four legendary Grand Cru:</strong> Côte des Blancs: Avize, Chouilly, Cramant, Mesnil-sur-Oger.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Procedure:</strong> At the end of the manual harvest, the bunches they are pressed very softly and the flower must ferments in temperature-controlled vats with vinifications carried out separately for each single parcel. The base wines rest for a few months, partially carrying out the malolactic fermentation, before being assembled for the creation of the final cuvée, with the addition of a percentage that varies from 33 to 40% of reserve wines from previous years, which help to give richness and maturity to the wine. The second fermentation takes place in the bottle according to the Champenoise Method, with a period of rest on the lees for 6-8 years in the Maison's caves. Made with 100% Chardonnay grapes harvested from the renowned Côte des Blancs, the aging on the lees continues for 48-60 months.</li> <li><strong>Features:</strong> Made with 100% Chardonnay grapes harvested from the renowned Côte des Blancs, The color is golden yellow with greenish reflections while the perlage is fine and persistent, notes of lemon, butter and brioches emerge on the nose. The sip is creamy, enveloping, tasty, full and with a long finish.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> Bottles of 0,75 l</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature between 8/10°.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Billecart-Salmon, Aÿ-Champagne, France.</p>
Price zł545.99

<p>Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs is a jewel of the collection, the quintessential expression of Chardonnay in the style of the Maison Perrier-Jouët. originally created from the 1993 vintage and released to celebrate the new millennium, a symbolic moment for a historic launch. Faithful to the strict principles of its founders, Maison Perrier-Jouët only declares a vintage in years of near-perfect condition, making all of its vintage Belle Epoque cuvées a rarity, with Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs the rarest of all.</p> <ul> <li><strong>Tasting:</strong> at <strong>sight</strong> A pale and luminous shade, like the rising sun. Delicate <strong>nose</strong>, characterized by aromas of white flowers: rose and white pulp fruit. On the palate A decisive attack and a satin texture. Subtle and precise cuvée with a touch of white pepper.</li> <li><strong>Pairings:</strong> Obviously, Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque Blanc de Blancs it is an exceptional champagne for exceptional celebrations, considered a gastronomy wine, ideally paired with noble seafood – a scallop carpaccio with citrus peel, crusted sea bass of salt, turbot, lobster or scampi, for example.</li> </ul> <p><strong>SIZE / WEIGHT:</strong> 0,75 l <strong>bottles in wooden box</strong> .</p> <p><strong>ORIGIN:</strong> France.</p> <p><strong>GRAPES:</strong> 100% Chardonnay.</p> <p><strong>ALCOHOL:</strong> 12,5% vol.</p> <p><strong>SERVING TEMPERATURE:</strong> Temperature included between 8/10°C.</p> <p><strong>STORAGE METHOD:</strong> in a cool place away from sunlight.</p> <p><strong>SPECIFIC NOTES:</strong> Contains sulphites.</p> <p><strong>PRODUCER:</strong> Champagne Perrier-Jouet - Eperney, France.</p>
Price zł4,000.99