Champagne


It’s possible that no other word associated with wine and spirits can conjure up images of love, romance and elegance as well as Champagne. But it is the region of the same name that determines the authenticity of the sparkling wine that shares its moniker and elicits these magical feelings. While the wine world offers a lovely array of delicious and diverse sparkling wines for just about any occasion, true and authentic Champagne must have its origins in none other than the Champagne region, appropriately located a mere 90 miles northeast of Paris, the City of Lights.

Enjoying a long and rich history, the Champagne region has been cultivated for centuries. The Romans were the first to plant vineyards, with the area being cultivated by the 5th century. Legend claims that the first King of France (although not called France at the time) was anointed with still wines from Champagne in the 9th century. This started the tradition that followed for the next thousand years of all French kings being coronated and anointed in Reims, which lies in the heart of the Champagne region. 11th century Pope Urban II, a native of Champagne, declared that the wines from his homeland were the best in the world, adding to its growing reputation that attracted royalty and the papacy alike; Pope Leo X, Francis I of France, Charles V of Spain and even England’s Henry VIII all owned parcels of vineyards in the region. In fact, a batch that was sent to Henry’s Chancellor, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, is considered the first wine export from Champagne to England. Whether or not this history also sparked the celebratory nature of Champagne remains a mystery, although given the association with royalty, it shouldn’t be ruled out: Champagne continues to be the go-to wine for the most special of celebrations across the world.

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Champagne Wine List

Vintage Wine Case Price
2002 Gaston Chiquet, Special Club $1,050
N.V. Bollinger, Special Cuvee $1,000
N.V. Bollinger, Special Cuvee $800
1990 Moet & Chandon, Imperial Brut Vintage $3,350
N.V. Jean Laurent, Rose Brut $670
N.V. Laurent Perrier, Grand Siecle Iteration Nr24 $1,700
N.V. Gosset, 15 Ans Brut $1,000
2006 Pascal Doquet, Blanc Blancs Brut Mesnil Oger $690
2002 Arlaux, Millesime Rare Brut $720
2002 Billecart Salmon, Nicolas Francois $1,575
2006 Billecart Salmon, Nicolas Francois $1,300
2006 Billecart Salmon, Nicolas Francois $1,275
2002 Billecart Salmon, Nicolas Francois $1,250
2008 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon Legacy $2,925
2008 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon Legacy $1,675
1990 Pol Roger, Extra Dry $3,525
2005 Jacquesson, Dizy Corne Bautray $1,300
2007 Jacquesson, Dizy Corne Bautray $2,725
N.V. Jacquesson, Cuvee 735 $1,250
2017 Egly-Ouriet, Ambonnay Rouge Cuvee des Grands Cotes $1,500
2006 Philipponnat, Le Leon $1,975
N.V. Jacques Selosse, Lieux Dits Cote Faron Extra Brut $4,525
N.V. Jacques Selosse, Lieux-Dits Sous le Mont $4,525
N.V. Jacques Selosse, Lieux-Dits Sous le Mont $2,425
2007 Taittinger, Comtes Champagne Rose $1,250
N.V. Bollinger, Rose $700
N.V. Bollinger, Rose $1,000
N.V. Bollinger, Rose $920
2006 Philipponnat, Mareuil-Sur-Ay $1,550
2008 Philipponnat, Mareuil-Sur-Ay $1,150
2009 Philipponnat, Les Cintres $4,700
2002 Pascal Doquet, Mesnil Sur Oger Coeur Terroir $1,120
2000 Philipponnat, Clos des Goisses Brut LV $1,525
1990 Deutz, Vintage Brut $3,350
1990 Deutz, Vintage Brut $3,850
2008 Philipponnat, Cuvee 1522 Rose $1,575
2008 Philipponnat, Cuvee 1522 Rose $940
1999 Alain Thienot, Cuvee Alain Thienot $1,400
2012 Deutz, Hommage William Deutz La Cote Glaciere $990
2012 Deutz, Hommage William Deutz Meurtet $990
2003 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon David Lynch $1,475
2002 Claude Cazals, Clos Cazals Blanc de Blancs $1,250
2007 Agrapart, Mineral Extra Brut $1,700
1993 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon Oenotheque Rose $3,125
N.V. Pierre Moncuit, Blanc de Blancs Brut NV $710
2008 Joseph Perrier, Royale Vintage $830
N.V. Krug, Grande Cuvee Edition 163 $1,700
N.V. Krug, Grande Cuvee Edition 163 $2,050
N.V. Sousa, Brut Rose $730
2008 Joseph Perrier, Josephine $1,350
2012 Leclerc Briant, Pure Cramant Brut Zero $1,650
2009 Bollinger, James Bond 007 Millesime $760
2005 Paul Bara, Comtesse Marie France $640
2008 Henriot, Brut Millesime $830
2004 Laurent Perrier, Alexandra Grande Cuvee Rose $1,825
2006 Louis Roederer, Vintage Brut $1,050
2008 Louis Roederer, Vintage Brut $750
2006 Vilmart & Cie, Grand Cellier D'Or $1,750
2012 Vilmart & Cie, Grand Cellier D'Or $860
2010 Louis Roederer, Rose Vintage $1,150
2013 Louis Roederer, Rose Vintage $600
2008 Charles Heidsieck, Brut Millesime $1,025
1998 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon P2 $4,250
2002 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon P2 $1,400
2000 Moet & Chandon, Dom Perignon P2 $3,925
N.V. Krug, Grande Cuvee Edition 164 $1,975
2004 Ruinart, Dom Ruinart Rose $1,825
2007 Ruinart, Dom Ruinart Rose $1,625
2002 Moet & Chandon, Grand Vintage $1,500
2002 Moet & Chandon, Grand Vintage $950

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