A Guide To Choosing your Champagne & Wine
Every special occasion deserves some bubbly, don’t you think?
In order to take the guess work out of picking your celebratory beverage – be it Champagne, Prosecco or Sparkling wine, we’ve hand-picked some selections for you – to give you a range of tastes and price points.
Have a look:
Taittinger Champagne – Taittinger has gained world-wide recognition amongst connoisseurs and can always be found on the wine lists of France’s most prestigious restaurants and in Parisian shops.
Founded in 1734, Taittinger owns a total of 276 hectares of vineyard situated in the best localities in Champagne. This ensures a regular supply of high-quality grapes for the production of its delicate, finely-balanced champagne.
The white grapes of the Chardonnay are renowned for their delicacy and the high proportion of them used in Taittinger’s blends gives their champagne that special elegance.
Bouvet Ladubay – This wine comes from Bouvet-Ladubay in the heart of the Loire Valley. Since the acquisition of the brand in 1932 by Justin Marcel Monmousseau, it has received more than 500 medals and awards for its quality.
Viña La Rosa is one of the oldest wineries in Chile. The winery is located in the beautiful Rapel Valley, South of Chile’s capital city – Santiago. This is an area where the climate is ideal for growing premium wine grapes. All the wines produced by Viña La Rosa are estate grown and bottled, which ensures quality in every part of the wine making process.
The wines produced by Viña La Rosa are of exceptional quality and have been winning worldwide acclaim at prestigious international wine competitions.
Alta Vista wines are the expression of Franco-Argentinean cultural fusion. For a winery that is quite young, it has won many international awards and medals from: The Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator, Decanter Wine Awards and the International Wine Challenge, to name a few.
Alta Vista is available in Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, Chardonnay, Premium Torrontes and Malbec Rose
Tenuta Santome – This wine is produced in Venice at a winery that is considered a model, because of its modern vineyards and strict grape selection. The winery also relies on the advice and proven experience of winemaker, Marzio Pol.
Available in Pinot Grigio
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