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Valentine’s Day Tasting: Pol Roger Champagne and Lady Elena Caviar

Pol Roger Extra Cuvee de Reserve Brut This traditional blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier is celebrated for its exuberant style. Yeasty on the nose with notes of marmalade on the palate this champagne delivers unmatched elegance, balance and harmony.     Lady Elena O My Setra Caviar O My Setra caviar is from the Russian sturgeon. Caviar ... Read More »

Champagne Drappier Tasting: Carte d’Or and Brut Nature

Champagne Drappier

The House of Drappier dates to the 12th Century, when in 1152 Saint Bernard founded the Cistercian Clairvaux Abbey and oversaw the construction of the ancient chalk cellars. Originally based in Reims, these cellars in Urville have become the emblematic representation of the best the Drappier family has to offer. Used today to house the wide range of large formats, ... Read More »

Grower Champagne Tasting: Bourgeois Diaz Rose and Brut Distingue

Bourgeois Diaz Brut Distingue (65% Pinot Meunier, 10% Chardonnay of which 20% is vin de réserve, and 25% Pinot Noir) is a light to medium-bodied, winey bubbly that shows off stone fruit notes backed by earthy minerality with just a hint of oxidation from its time spent in barrel. Bourgeois Diaz Brut Rose Champagne Bourgeois-Diaz Rosé Distingué is an assemblage ... Read More »