A delightful new Champagne to our list, from two brothers – Cyril and Frédéric Gyéjacquot. Their Collection Brut uses a high proportion of Pinot Noir, aged two years on its lees and enriched with Reserve wine. It's creamy, rich and complex.
(Was £37.99 a bottle)
Beyond the Label
Creamy orchard fruits, lemony, white flowers with light toasty spice
Champagne from small family estates provide superb quality and excellent value. We're delighted to champion the great classic sparklers of Cyril and Frédéric Gyéjacquot. Their father, Michel, founded the estate with his brother, Daniel, in 1970, and started to build up their vineyards. They now span seven villages and nurture the three main varieties – Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – also with, unusually, a little Pinot Blanc. The Collection Brut is a luxurious blend of mostly Pinot Noir lending a rich, savoury berry character, with a touch of Chardonnay for minerality. Lees aged for nearly two years and enriched with reserve wine, this is a long, complex fizz. Chill down and enjoy at your next celebration.
"A delicious new fizz find from this family Champagne house. Lovely complexity and finesse"
Sarah Everden Buyer for Champagne
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