Champagne De Saint Gall Brut Tradition NV

Review: De Saint Gall Brut Tradition NV

Champagne De Saint Gall is a champagne brand from the Union Champagne cooperative founded in Avize, Champagne in 1966. Union Champagne is made up of some 13 smaller cooperative bodies, and as a whole is comprised from 2150 individual members who own some 1260 hectares of vineyards strategically placed all over the region - a …

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Champagne Duperrey Brut NV

Review: Champagne Duperrey Premier Cru Brut NV

Champagne Duperrey is a Marque d'acheteur champagne brand of Australian supermarket giant Woolworths, and is exclusively sold through it's Dan Murphy and BWS chains. How does this work? Woolworths owns the brand label "Duperrey" - which is a homage to adventurer Louis Isidore Duperrey who circumnavigated the globe in his ship La Coquille. This brand is attached …

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Moet et Chandon Champagne NV

Freshen Your Drink: Moët et Chandon Brut Impérial NV

Some champagnes have a high level of rotation on the cellar shelves, due to popularity. Due to this, we re-test some big house Brut NV's each year to ensure that our scoring is based on what you can buy now. We call this "freshening your drink" and our scoreboard reflects the latest and greatest bottles …

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Review: Cattier Brut Vintage 2008

Chigny-Les-Roses is a small village located 16km’s south of Reims, Champagne. Despite its size, Chigny-Les-Roses still manages to have a few notable champagne houses which includes Dumangin, Lassalle and (throwing its youngish elbows about) Cattier. Founded as a house proper in 1918 (prior to that the family were long running grape growers), the business is …

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