Special offer : Pol Roger & Louis Roederer

by David Porter

Whether raising a glass to mark the arrival of the new Royal baby girl, or celebrating summer’s imminent arrival you will need some fizz and we have two of the great houses, right here at incredible prices for you. It is time to stock up, you just need to decide will it be non vintage, vintage or vintage rosé?!

For a limited period we are pleased to offer 2 delicious champagnes from the fabulous Pol Roger:

POL ROGER White Foil Brut – (RRP £42.95) now £33.95 per bottle or down to £32.50 if buying 6 bottles or more

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Renowned for its gorgeously creamy, white flowers and candied fruit-stashed style, this family owned champagne was once only reserved for Great Britain.‘ Jane MacQuitty, The Times

2004 POL ROGER Vintage Brut (RRP £59.95) now £52.95 per bottle or down to £49.95 if buying 6 bottles or more

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‘Pol Roger has produced a complex, rich, creamy, elegantly toasty Champagne with wonderful lifted fruit and polished acidity that will keep it going for a decade or more. 93 points’ www.thewinegang.com

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And also 2 brilliant options from the superb Louis Roederer:

LOUIS ROEDERER Brut Premier  (RRP £36.95) now £31.95 per bottle or down to £29.95 if buying 6 bottles or more

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One of the most revered and respected names in the Champagne world, this is the connoisseurs’, non-vintage choice this Christmas and the price really is a treat, too. Unlimited finesse and complexity, this is a mellow, beautiful wine with immense breeding and distinction.’ Matthew Jukes

2009 LOUIS ROEDERER Vintage Rosé Brut (RRP £57.95) now £54.95 per bottle or down to £48.95 if buying 6 bottles or more

2009 Roederer Rosé

This is a good price for a non-vintage rosé, so for a vintage champagne this is an extraordinary bargain. Roederer are one of the few houses to still use gentle maceration to get the delicate colour and perfect intensity of flavour from the Pinot Noir rather than simply adding some red wine to the white juice.

This is a blend of around 65% Pinot Noir and 35% Chardonnay, 20% of which is wine matured in oak tuns, the Rosé Vintage cuvée is generally matured on lees for 4 years and left for a minimum of 6 months after disgorgement to attain perfect maturity.

As the winemaker says – ‘This 2009 Rosé has all the hallmarks of a fine, sunny vintage, with remarkable purity and finesse.’ It is a beautifully vinous, quite soft style for drinking over the next 5 years.’

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You can dive straight into our Bank Holiday Champagne 6 pack offers below!

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For a great mixed selection of reds, whites and fizz have a look at our Mayday Mixed Case.

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Sit back and spectate next Thursday with our austerity busting Election Special Mixed Case!

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