Champagne. A favourite from our friends over in France. No other drink shows the same level style and class.
We’ve rounded up our top picks if you’re planning on giving champagne as a gift for Valentines Day, a special wedding or as a loving anniversary gift for your partner. Maybe you’re looking for the best champagne money can buy or perhaps you’re just looking for cheap champagne offers if you’re on a shoestring budget, we have something in this list for you. So without further ado, our top 10 luxury champagnes:
Prices are subject to change and are correct as of 5th October 2016.
10. Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
This classic bottle of Moët & Chandon branded champagne is ideal for those on a budget and with excellent reviews, it can be said with confidence that this is a good champagne under £50.
9. Moët & Chandon Impérial Rosé Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
A rosé variation of the bottle above for those with a taste for pink champagne.
8. Veuve Clicquot Vintage Brut 2008 Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
Veuve Clicquot Vintage 2008 is made from 2008’s best grapes. Perfect as an apertif, this quality champagne also pairs excellently with canapés, perfect for kicking off your dinner party.
7. Louis Roederer Brut Vintage Rosé 2010 Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
The perfect Valentine’s Day champagne. With the refined taste of Louis Roederer we know and love, but with more hints of fruitiness and florals, this champagne is a perfect dry rosé.
6. Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque Brut 2007 Champagne 75cl
Perrier-Jouet’s 2007 Vintage Bell Epoque is an elegant brut champagne with key hints of honeysuckle, citrus fruits and pear. This is a clean and refreshing champagne with no compromises.
5. Krug Grande Cuvée Non Vintage Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
This non-vintage champagne from Krug is an incredible blend of over 120 wines across 10 vintages of up to 15 years old. A favourite of connoisseurs, three grape varieties are blended to create a stunning flavour.
4. Dom Pérignon Vintage 2006 Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
This 10 year old bottle of vintage champagne introduces a floral softness to the gritty minerality that Dom champagne is known for. With a velvet-like smoothness and a creamy aftertaste, this is a premium champagne that will not be forgotten.
3. Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 2009 Champagne Gift Boxed 75cl
A popular champagne with subtle hints of honey, cocoa and hazelnuts. Louis Roederer is one of the few champagne brands that grow all their own grapes, giving them an advantage when it comes to producing a superb bottle.
2. Dom Pérignon Vintage Rosé 2003 Champagne 75cl
This incredible 13 year old rosé from Dom Pérignon is an exciting champagne packed with fruity flavours such as fig and strawberry. It’s deep colour compliments the rich, complex taste. A must if you’re looking for the very best rosé champagne.
1. Armand de Brignac Gold Champagne Black Presentation Box 75cl
At number one, of course we have the world famous Armand de Brignac Gold champagne, also well known by it’s “Ace of Spades” nickname. Presented in a gorgeous piano black box with a pewter cast logo, it’s distinctive bottle is a real head turner that defines exclusivity, wealth and sophistication.Buy on Amazon for Check on Amazon