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Egly Ouriet New Releases

Francis Egly took control of the family estate in 1982 and has since grown it from a domaine concerned primarily with selling fruit to one that is regarded as one of the finest grower Champagne ...

Krug 2006 – ‘Pleasure for Decades’

A new release of vintage Krug is always, in our view, cause for celebration. This venerable house, under the expert guidance of Cellar Master Eric Lebel, seems incapable of releasing a bad wine. ...

Clos des Goisses 2010 & Clos des Goisses Juste Rosé 2008

We are delighted to announce the latest release from Philipponnat’s iconic Clos des Goisses, the remarkable, but diminutive 2010. A draconian selection process resulted in one of the smallest yields ...

Ulysse Collin's New Releases

“With each new release seemingly more impressive than the last, Champagne Ulysse Collin today ranks as one of the most exciting producers in the entire region” William Kelley, The Wine Advocate ...

Two new releases….

While yesterday’s Krug mailer was somewhat cricket themed, there’s no Champagne that says Cricket more than Veuve Clicquot. The bright yellow label is instantly recognisable at venues around the land ...

Back to back fours…

We are delighted to be able to re-release two brilliant recent cuvees that we originally sold out of. Of all the recent Krug Grand Cuvee editions, it is the 164 which is destined for the longest of ...

Dom Perignon 2002 Plenitude 2 Release

Dom Perignon’s Plenitude system is starting to embed itself in the calendar of releases as a genuinely interesting alternative vision of Dom Perignon vintages. The concept is simple, even if the ...

Philipponnat’s 1522 bottlings from 2008 & 2009

When Charles Philipponnat’s father René was making legendary wines as chef de cave at Dom Perignon he used to swear by a secret recipe. “If you want to make the best blend in Champagne” René would ...