Vintage

Vintage Champagnes are only produced in the best years. They have undergone a longer maturation than their non-vintage counterparts and consequently have more depth and complexity along with more bready flavours and aromas. For Champagne to be specified as ‘vintage’, 100% of the grapes must have been grown in the year on the label. Vintage Champagnes spend a minimum of three years on their lees whilst some of the top Champagne houses keep their wines on the lees in excess of five, or even ten years, in some cases.

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  1. Pol Roger Brut vintage
    Pol Roger Vintage, Brut Champagne 2009
    Champagne Blend 12.5% Vol
    Champagne > Vintage Champagne
    Delicate aromas of ripe fruits, white flowers, sweet spices, toast and brioche. Rich and velvety,...
    £79.00 per bottle
    Out of stock
  2. Bollinger RD Extra Brut vintage
    Bollinger RD Extra Brut, vintage 2004 - Luxury Gift Box (Shrewsbury Oddment)
    Pinot Noir 12.0% Vol
    Champagne > Vintage Champagne
    RD stands for 'Recently Disgorged', meaning this wine has spent longer on its lees than the normal...
    £169.00 per bottle
  3. Dom Perignon P2 vintage
    Dom Pérignon P2 Plénitude Brut, Moët et Chandon, vintage 2000 (Shrewsbury Oddment)
    Chardonnay 12.0% Vol
    Champagne > Vintage Champagne
    Hay and brioche notes on the nose mingle with hints of bergamot and apricot. The palate is hugely...
    £299.00 per bottle
    Out of stock

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