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Duval Leroy Champagne MAGNUM Brut NV
€100.00 / Bottle   |   €1200.00 / Case
Magnm of Champagne
92%

Absolutely sumptuous 75% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, non-vintage Champagne. The ONLY Champagne selected by Wine Spectator in its 2008 Top 100!

 

Duval-Leroy was founded in 1859 in Vertus in the Cote des Blancs, Champagne, and remains there to this day under the same ownership, having been handed from father to son since. It is the last Champagne house of this size to remain totally independent and latest owner Madame Carol Duval-Leroy, who personally overseas the wine-making process, intends for it to remain so.

Duval-Leroy is also one of the last Champagne houses to use the Saignee method which exemplifies the focus of traditional methods of Champagne making. High quality stocks of reserve wines preserve the quality and consistency of style which Duval-Leroy is now renowned for

 

Bigger is better - show off at your next dinner party with a magnum of champagne. More bubbles - more fun.

Duval Leroy Champagne Rose Prestige Brut Premier Cru
€65.00 / Bottle   |   €780.00 / Case
96%

Gorgeous bubbles, like strings of fine pearls, fizz through the salmon-coloured wine, releasing generous notes of wild cherries, figs, ginger and geranium. Very fruity, with a juicy, crisp finish.

Duval-Leroy's pink Champagne is made from a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. Unusually for the wine world, rosé Champagne can be made by blending red juice with white, something that is illegal in the rest of Europe.

Champagne Duval Leroy Brut NV
€50.00 / Bottle   |   €600.00 / Case
92%

Absolutely sumptuous 75% Pinot Noir, 25% Chardonnay, non-vintage Champagne. The ONLY Champagne selected by Wine Spectator in its 2008 Top 100!

 

Duval-Leroy was founded in 1859 in Vertus in the Cote des Blancs, Champagne, and remains there to this day under the same ownership, having been handed from father to son since. It is the last Champagne house of this size to remain totally independent and latest owner Madame Carol Duval-Leroy, who personally overseas the wine-making process, intends for it to remain so.

Duval-Leroy is also one of the last Champagne houses to use the Saignee method which exemplifies the focus of traditional methods of Champagne making. High quality stocks of reserve wines preserve the quality and consistency of style which Duval-Leroy is now renowned for

 

Duval Leroy Champagne Organic
€60.00 / Bottle   |   €720.00 / Case
91%

A rich, golden sparkler with delicate citrus and brioche aromas and a pillowy wash that shows indulgent notes of lemon, gingerbread and baked apple. Exquisitely balanced, with a dry, tingly finish. Brilliant effort!

Gorgeous on its own and partners well too with oysters, smoked salmon, sushi and fish 'n' chips.

Certified organic wines are rare as, even where producers choose to farm organically, they often don't wish to go to the trouble and expense of seeking certification. They may also want to keep their options open in the event of a bad growing season, where non-organic treatments in the vineyard might be needed to save the crop. This Champagne is certified organic.

Duval Leroy Champagne Femme 2000
€125.00 / Bottle   |   €1500.00 / Case
99%
Smooth, rounded and silky, in appearance like mother-of-pearl. On the nose, Femme de Champagne 2000 exudes scents of white flowers, peach, brioche crust and cream pastries. On the palate, a bewitching hint of hazelnut surrounds floral touches of honeysuckle and crystalised citrus peel. A simply exquisite tasting experience, at the very pinnacle of Champagne
Champagne Duval Leroy Blanc du Blanc Vintage 2006
€70.00 / Bottle   |   €840.00 / Case
95%

Rich and inviting, with a beautiful pale-gold colour, fine bubbles, and gorgeous flavours of white peach, caramelised almond and hawthorn. The succulent palate has superb finesse, minerality and length - truly divine nectar.

Most Champagne is a blend of red grapes Pinots Noir and Meunier, and white grape Chardonnay. When only the latter is used the style is called 'Blanc de Blancs' (white from white), as here. Most Champagne is 'non vintage', meaning that it is blended from grapes harvested in a number of different years. In exceptional years, however, a higher-quality, more long-lived, 'vintage' (millesimé) wine is made, like this one.




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