Enjoy 20% off on our Mixed case of the Month!
This 6 bottle mixed case offers a selection the classic Brut Style:
2 of each below:
‘Champagne Lacroix Cuvée Tradition …Majority Meunier
‘Champagne Michel Furdyna Rosé Brut’ ….100% Pinot Noir
‘French Rosé’ the superbe Rosé from Bordeaux – Côte de Blaye.
Champagne Lacroix Cuvée Tradition – 70% Meunier, 15% Pinot Noir and 15% Charodnnay.
The nose of this friendly wine reveals subtle apricot and strawberries flavours. It is impossible not to enjoy the lively berry fruitiness coming from Pinot Meunier that dominates this blend. Forward fruity and rounded with a great persistence that leaves you and your guests wanting a further glass.
Champagne Michel Furdyna Brut Rosé NV – 100 % pinot Noir
Michel Furdyna is a well-known producer in Champagne and he is the master of Pinot Noir, its domain is 70% Pinot Noir and is located in Celles-Sur-Ource!
Produced by the gentle ‘saignée’ method or also called ‘Maceration process’ where the grape skins are left in contact with the juice during gentle crushing to create the colour. This sophisticated and soft rosé is dry with a savoury backbone and red fruit. You will be surprised how versatile this wine can be with a wide range of flavours. We love it with charcuterie and pink lamb or duck, or of course just on its own.
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French Rosé – Blaye Côte de Bordeaux Brut – 80% Merlot – 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.
A beautiful pink color with salmon reflections, this wine expresses finesse notes of fresh fruit, Honey and raspberry. A pleasant impression of harmonious freshness, all well balanced with a good length in the mouth.
So why mustachio and strips?
Uncountable, the famous white striped sweater with blue strips crosses the ages without taking wrinkles. The sailor is also an emblem of the French style, from Coco Chanel to Jean-Paul Gaultier, passing by Arnaud Montebourg who defended the «made in France» on the cover of the Parisian in 2012. It can also be seen as a nod in the direction of the new tendency to compare wine bottles to fashion perfume and a funny French cliché.