With its festive and refined aura, champagne has earned the title of the quintessential luxury beverage for universal celebrations. Its magic lies in the ability to transform every sip into a perfect sparkling experience. More than just a drink, it is a symbol of joy, elegance, and the art of celebrating life. From the most refined vintages to contemporary innovations, there is champagne for every palate and occasion. The key is to appreciate the effervescent journey each bottle offers. Explore our selection of crème de la crème champagnes.
Dom Pérignon, Vintage 2012
A timeless classic produced by Moët & Chandon. It is synonymous with luxury and sophistication, known for its exceptional vintages. The 2012 Vintage edition is the obvious choice, with its simplified minimalism and expressive warmth that will undoubtedly impress the most discerning palates.
Krug, Grande Cuvée
Celebrated for its artisanal approach and focus on unique harvests, each bottle is a singular expression, reflecting meticulous attention to detail. Crafted from a blend of over 120 different wines spanning more than 10 years, this Grande Cuvée is clearly the most generous expression of champagne.
Veuve Clicquot, Vintage 2015
Renowned for boldness and innovation, this champagne house is famous for its Yellow Label, a favorite for many celebrations. The 2015 Vintage features a bright yellow color with refined golden notes. Its excellent structure makes it a fine and integral vintage.
Boërl & Kroff, Brut Millesime Magnum 2002
A brand known for its high-quality champagnes. It employs ancient traditional techniques such as gravity and slow fermentation with minimal use of sulfites to reveal and enhance the purity of fruit expression. This edition has a bubble so fine it envelops the mouth and mind, lingering for a long time.
Bollinger, Special Cuvée
The preferred champagne of British Secret Service agent James Bond – nicknamed “Bolly” – is known for its full-bodied style and complexity. This cuvée is truly exquisite for sharing among friends, whether at a high tea in the afternoon or a black-tie event.
Moët & Chandon, Moët Impérial
Founded in 1743 and spanning 1,200 hectares of vineyards – the most extensive in the Champagne region – Moët & Chandon blends heritage with savoir-fête (celebratory know-how). This signature champagne from the maison comes in a festive limited edition bottle, paying homage to its 280th anniversary, which is nearing its end.
Louis Roederer, Cristal Vintage
The epitome of refinement is often associated with icons of music and cinema. Cristal is known for its purity and complexity. This is a remarkably balanced and refined champagne. It features a silky texture and fruity aromas and can be stored for over twenty years without losing its freshness and character.
Ruinart, Blanc de Blancs
Founded in 1729, it is the world’s oldest champagne house and is now owned by the LVMH group. It is primarily known for its Blanc de Blancs: a 100% Chardonnay champagne, intensely aromatic, fresh, and delicate, perfect for enthusiasts of more subtle flavors.