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All Champagne is sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine is Champagne. There are several types of sparkling wine. The most common: Champagne, prosecco, cava, and sparkling wine from the United States. Champagne can only be called Champagne if it comes from the Champagne region in northern France.


Fresh acacia and white flower


Intense aromas for red fruits


Light tones of fennel and thyme


Clean and bright appearance


Lete Vautrain Champagne Brut Zero Lete Vautrain Champagne Brut Zero Bursting with crisp yellow apple and salted baked biscuit. Bubbles are fine, it’s obviously bone dry, crisp, bright and the depth of the biscuit flavours really carry through.


Six high-end champagnes make up this refined gift set. Pale salmon color, it is clean with medium intensity aroma apple, raspberry, plum, toast, brioche.


This delectable gift set features six pale-gold-color champagnes. Fine bubbles feed a persistent mousse. A delicate nose with hints of fresh citrus and white flowers.


The palate is crisp and vibrant


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Ayala Champagne Brut Nature Ayala Champagne Brut Nature Brut Nature demonstrates to perfection the high quality of grapes used by the House to craft its wines, and its remarkable expertise in vinification. Making a no-dosage wine is quite complex, and Ayala’s expression offers nothing short of purity and precision.  Ayala’s Brut Nature is a blend [...]


2017 Iron Horse Classic Vintage Brut 2017 Iron Horse Classic Vintage Brut This 2017 vintage is considered the “flagship” of the Iron Horse bubblies as it shows everything the family strives to accomplish, striking memory bells that say “champagne” in quality and finesse, but with flavors that are unmistakably Sonoma County, Russian River, Green Valley [...]


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