- 1 x André Clouet Silver Brut Nature
Jean-François Clouet’s zero-dosage ideal is manifested with superb clarity, showcasing pinot noir of such depth and richness that it has absolutely no need for dosage. Barrel-maturation allows this pinot noir to shine, encouraging a complex landscape of gingernut biscuits, hazelnuts, fruit mince spice, coffee and praline.
Our favourite yellow label, Carte d’Or, is your entry into the world of Drappier. The champagne is an intense deep yellow with shiny golden hues. The nose is open, fruit-driven and expressive, a complex mix of citrus, grapefruit, hazelnut and brioche. On the palate, it has a delightful roundness with also a refreshing crispness bringing everything back into focus.
- 1 x Marc Rougeot-Dupin Burgundy Pinot Noir
Domaine Rougeot has a long history of making superb wines out of the famed village of Meursault. The Rougeot- Dupin label is a venture that started in 1990 in order to diversify the family range. Wines are racked in French oak barrels, and matured for 10 to 12 months. No new oak. The wine has a subtle nose of cherry, fresh liquorice, sous-bois, raspberry and a captivating floral bouquet. The palate is finely structured, light to medium bodied with fresh fruits, fine spices and a long
finish. It’s delectable to drink now or cellar up to 2023+.