Wines

Sparkling Wines and Champagne

  • CASSAR DE MALTE ‘BRUT’ MARSOVIN, ~ MALTA

    Each bottle of this exquisite product is the result of no less than two years of meticulous and highly demanding preparation using the methode traditionelle.

  • BRUT CORDON NEGRO FREIXENET, PENEDES ~ SPAIN

    Cordon Negro Brut is crisp, clean and well balanced. The dosage is very dry, but the acidity is lower than most traditional method sparkling wines for a softer, smoother flavour. It is medium-bodied with a moderately long and clean finish.

  • DUCA SPUMANTE ‘BRUT’ DUCA DI SALAPARUTA, SICILY ~ ITALY

    A wine with a pale yellow colour with clear greenish highlights. The aroma is pleasant and complex, well-balanced and fruity with clear scents of bread crust. The flavour is fresh, lively, and well-balanced, with a great character and pleasure.

  • PROSECCO DI VALDOBBIADENE ‘BRUT’ SANTA MARGHERITA, VENETO ~ ITALY

    A sparkling wine with a clean nose, pleasantly fruity, with whiffs of apples and peach blossoms. Delicate and with a balanced taste, it is excellent as an aperitif, or for a celebratory drink.

  • BRUT PIPER HEIDSIECK, CHAMPAGNE ~ FRANCE

    Clear, pale straw, slow rising, small bubbles; clean, fairly deep, floral, citrus, green olive, yeast, bread, toast and roasted nut aromas; slightly expansive, frothy, creamy; clean, light, sweet, sappy, blossomy flavours of citrus, toast, bread dough; very well-balanced; medium-long finish.

  • BRUT IMPERIALE MÖET ET CHANDON, CHAMPAGNE ~ FRANCE

    Clear, very pale straw, small, active bubbles; very light, subtle aroma, hints of flowers, vanilla grapefruit, yeast; light, mild mouth feel; flavors show fruit, toast, bread dough and yeast; excellent balance, slightly tart; pleasant, flavorful aftertaste. A blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.

  • BRUT IMPERIALE ROSE’ MOET ET CHANDON, CHAMPAGNE ~ FRANCE

    Moet & Chandon’s rose champagne is pale pink colour with medium bubbles and vigorous activity. This champagne’s fresh and clean aromas of ripe red fruits and spicy notes are slightly smoky and yeasty, bringing up images of toasted bread, red and black fruit, predominating with black cherry. In the mouth, the wine is rich, smoky and medium-weight. It yields very pleasant flavours of cherry, lemon tart and toasted brioche, intertwined with strawberries, red currants, nectarines and a hint of cinnamon.

  • BRUT YELLOW LABEL VEUVE CLICQUOT PONSARDIN, CHAMPAGNE ~ FRANCE

    Clear, pale straw; very light, citric, apple, toast, butter and yeast aromas; very expansive, full, with a rich, soft, creamy texture; clean, light, gentle, wispy, faintly sweet flavours integrate fruit and yeast well; well-balanced; lemony, yeasty flavours linger well in finish. A blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay.

  • BLACK LABEL BRUT LANSON, CHAMPAGNE ~ FRANCE

    Lanson Brut’s brilliant and clear colour is reminiscent of the straw colour and hints of amber characteristic of the Pinot Noir grape. In the glass, it is lively with a fine string of bubbles. On the nose, the impression is one of vitality and scents of spring, mixed with a touch of ‘toast’ and honey. On the palate one finds bouquets of ripe fruit and citrus fruit to create a sensation of fullness, fruitiness and lightness. A pleasant racy wine with a long and lingering taste.

  • CUVEE CRISTAL LOUIS ROEDERER, CHAMPAGNE ~ FRANCE

    In 1876 Tsar Alexander II of Russia, fearing that a bomb hidden behind the conventional green glass of a Champagne bottle might be used to assassinate him, ordered Champagne to be produced in a clear glass bottle and without the traditional bell-shaped base. In order to ensure that this bottle shape was able to cope with the pressure, it had to be manufactured from lead crystal, and hence became known as Cristal. The wine itself is full-bodied and powerful but balanced, fully deserving of its stellar reputation.