CHAMPAGNE:

Pinot Noir provides structure, intensity and power,

Pinot Meunier gives a fruity bouquet, liveliness and a rounded feel,

Chardonnay complements the whole with finesse and elegance.

 Ultra Brut / Brut Nature / Extra Brut / Brut Zero: The driest sparkling wines — No dosage, No added sugar. I have seen Ultra Brut Champagne marketed on shelf talkers as ‘diet Champagne‘ because of the lack of sugar. (0-6 grams per liter residual sugar)

! Brut: Should taste dry with no perception of sweetness. This is the most common style of sparkling wine you’ll find in local stores. (Contains no more than 12 grams/liter residual sugar)

! Extra Dry/Extra Sec: Off dry — tastes slightly sweet. (contains 12-17 grams/liter residual sugar)

! Sec: Translates in to ‘dry’ — Noticeably sweet. (contains 17- 32 grams/liter residual sugar)

! Demi-Sec: Sweet. (32-50 grams/liter residual sugar)

! Doux: Sweetest. (contains 50+ grams/liter residual

sugar)

  * The sweetness levels noted for each of the classifications above varies slightly among multiple sources, regions and producers.

 

Coome Farm Sparkling

Coome Farm

 

Astoria Butterfly Extra Dry Prosecco

zesty and fresh, with loads of lemon, white flower, peach skin, and green apple fill the nose.

 

NV Lini 910 Lambrusco IGT

Dark red to black in colour, there are notes of dark berry and cherry fruit with fruitcake, spice and chocolate, the palate finishing dry and refreshing.

 

NV Champagne duval Leroy rose

Premier Cru 

Pinot/Chardonnay    Champagne, Vertus, France            Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Hints of roses and wild cherries, lemon zest and ginger

 

2013 Peter Lehmann ‘Black Queen’

A bit of sweetness with maraschino cherry, root spice and earthy notes to finish.

 

NV Gosset Champagne

 Pinot/Chardonnay    Champagne, Ay, France 

The palate is rich and creamy with a delicious burst of acidity and nuttyness making it an ideal aperitif wine to get the dinner started.

 

NV Casa Caneval ‘Extra Dry’

Excellent as an aperitif, this is a sparkling wine with a lively perlage. Dry and fragrant at the same time, with floral hints and apples on the nose.

 

Deeds not words

Fragent nose of rose petals, pomegranate and almonds. Elegant and beautiful.

 

    2008 paul bara


Elegant, complex and vibrant. Beautifully crafted fruits showing precise citrus, apple pie notes. A floral twist is further enhanced by some brioche notes.

 

2016 DeChanceny Vouvray

Cremant        

Loire Valley, France

 

NV Jacqueline Blanc de Blanc

Cremant, Bordeaux, France

 

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