Vintage

A vintage in Champagne is only created in a good year. What classifies a Champagne as a vintage is that 100% of the fruit must come from one harvest and the wine needs to aged in the winemaker’s cellars with the yeast inside the bottle (lees) for a minimum of three years, but very often it is substantially longer. A vintage is generally the best grapes for a maison, in the best years, with extra ageing in the bottle to add complexity. 

Hatt et Soner

Hatt et Soner Grand Brut Cuvée


Vintage Blanc de Blancs

2012

Chevreux-Bournazel

La Parcelle 2013 Extra Brut


Extra Brut

2013

Geoffroy

Geoffroy Empreinte Vintage Extra Brut


Vintage

2009

Pierre Paillard

La Grande Recolte


Vintage

2006

Pol Roger

Pol Roger Sir Winston Churchill Brut


Prestige

2006

Billecart-Salmon

Billecart-Salmon Grand Cru '04


Vintage Blanc de Blancs

2004

Philipponnat

Cuvée 1522 Grand Cru Vintage 2006


Vintage

2006

Geoffroy

Geoffroy Volupte '08


Vintage

Veuve Clicquot

Veuve Clicquot Rosé Vintage 2008


Vintage Rosé

Billecart-Salmon

Billecart-Salmon Elizabeth Salmon '06


Vintage Rosé

2006

Pierre Paillard

'Les Mottelettes' Bouzy Grand Cru


Vintage Blanc de Blancs

2010

Bollinger

Bollinger Grande Annee


Vintage

2005

Louis Roederer

Louis Roederer Cristal 2009


Prestige

2009

Taittinger

Taittinger Comtes des Champagne


Prestige

2006

Perrier Jouet

Perrier Jouët Belle Epoque 2008 Vintage


Vintage

2008

Pierre Gerbais

L'Osmose Vintage Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut


Vintage Blanc de Blancs

2012

Alfred Gratien

Alfred Gratien Grand Cru Brut


Vintage Blanc de blancs

2007

Pol Roger

Pol Roger Brut Rosé Vintage 2009


Vintage Rosé

2008

Pierre Paillard

'Les Maillerettes' Bouzy Grand Cru


Blanc de Noirs Extra Brut

2010

Henriot

Henriot Brut Rosé Vintage 2008


Vintage Rosé

2008

Ruinart

Dom Ruinart Vintage Blanc de Blancs '04


Vintage Blanc de Blancs

2004