Champagne

We love Champagne and wholeheartedly agree with Madame Lily Bollinger, who said: "I drink it when I'm happy and when I'm sad. Sometimes I drink it when I'm alone. When I have company I consider it obligatory. I trifle with it if I'm not hungry and I drink it when I am. Otherwise I never touch it, unless I'm thirsty."

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Bollinger: Brut, Special Cuvee
In Stock (23 Available) SEE MORE SIZES
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2007
Bollinger: Grande Annee
In Stock (5 Available)
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2002
Bollinger: Grande Annee
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2002
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Dom Perignon
LIMITED In Stock (2 Available)

Jamie Ritchie: "Undoubtedly a top class vintage, that is already drinking very well, but will definitely improve in bottle. Excellent." 12/11

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2004
Dom Perignon
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Jamie Ritchie: A very good vintage, that is already drinking very well. While it will improve, it is excellent from now.


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2006
Dom Perignon
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Dom Perignon, P3
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Dom Perignon, Rose, P2
LIMITED In Stock (2 Available)
P2 is the new label for Dom Pérignon`s Oenotheque wines. These wines have undergone much longer lees aging than their vintage equivalents, which results in additional freshness and complexity. P2 is shorthand for `second plenitude`, reflecting the house`s philosophy that champagne experiences three different but equally wonderful stages in aging, captured in three different Dom Pérignon releases: the `regular` vintage wines, which have been aged on the lees for 7-8 years before disgorgement; the P2 wines which see 12-14 years on the lees; and finally the even rarer P3 wines, which undergo more than 20 years` lees aging.

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