The spring is finally here! Fill your cellar with fine bottles of Champagne and sparkling wines ahead of the nice days of spring and summer. In all, over 100 cuvées carefully selected by our team. Check it out before they sell out!
See the large selection of vintages, 1989 to 2012 from established Champagne houses to smaller producers and growers. Among others, don’t miss Champagne Henri Giraud 1999, a great house renowned for its ageing under wood and Jacquesson Dégorgement Tardif (late disgorgement) 1995, 1997 and 2000 – we have a real crush for this cuvée – as well as its cuvées parcellaires Dizy Corne Bautray 2007, Avize Champ Caïn 2005 and the rosé Dizy Terres Rouges 2009. Agrapart & Fils is also perfectly represented with its Brut Nature Expérience 2012, or its cuvée Minéral Extra Brut 2009 (blanc de blancs).
Here are a few other wines we really enjoyed: Champagne Marguet, Sapience (2007) and La Grande Ruelle 2011 and the vintages of Laherte Frères, Françoise Bedel et Fils and Larmandier-Bernier.
Blanc de Blancs lovers will turn to Deutz’s classic Amour de Deutz 2006 and William Deutz 2002 or 2006. Drappier will feature its Champagne from the Aube with its Millésime Exception 2012, but also its Carte d’Or 1998 and the iconic La Grande Sendrée 2006 and 2008. Always from the Aube and more precisely in the famous village of Riceys, you will find Olivier Horiot, with the cuvée 5 Sens (2009, 2011), or Sève (2010) or Sève en Barmont 2009), but also a sparkling rosé from Riceys.
Finally, we have also chosen to offer you in this sale the great cuvées of well-established houses, such as the Cuvée des Princes 1989 de Venoge, Cuvée des Enchanteleurs 1998 by Henriot, La Grande-Année 2005 from Bollinger. We have also included in our network, Pierre Moncuit, renowned for the finesse and suppleness of its wines. Finally, for those who look at the wisest prices (without ever denying the quality of course), we advise you to watch the Brut Nature Les Rachais 2010 from Francis Boulard.
For non-vintage wines, Ruinart of course, Jacquesson’s late disgorgement and also Drappier, Larmandier-Bernier, Deutz, Francis Boulard and De Sousa, which produces superb biodynamic champagne.
Outside Champagne, discover the ciders and poirés from Eric Bordelet, sparkling wines from Savoie (Belluard and Giachino), Saumur from Roches Neueves and the triple Zero of La Taille aux Loups (Jacky Blot), which takes its name from its absence of chaptalisation (addition of sugar) and liquor! Note that all these effervescent offer an unbeatable value for money!
CATALOGUES – CLOSING 18 April (11 am Paris time)