Sip Champagnes

Artisan Champagne Introduction


The world of Champagne can be a complex and imposing place, so here at Sip Champagnes we like to make things easy.

If this is your first foray into the world of artisan Champagne then look no further than this non-vintage exploration three-pack! Featuring the three main grapes of Champagne –  Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – from three classic regions, it’s the ideal introduction to Champagne’s rich variety, and an unmissable opportunity to discover where your tastes lie.

Pierre Callot Blanc de Blancs

From the brilliant Grand Cru village of Avize in the heart of the Côte des Blancs, Maxime and his father, Thierry, are 6th and 7th generation vignerons, creating wonderfully rich and expressive wines from their 7 hectare holdings. This pure Chardonnay displays the classic chalk and minerality of the terroir but with great texture and a brilliant play of bitterness on the finish.

Demière Es’sens

This delightful Meunier is from the village of Fleury la Riviere in the Vallée de la Marne – the heart of Meunier production – and, in this wine, Audrey and Jerome have demonstrated just how beautiful this grape variety can be! There’s loads of apple, white flowers and hints of banana; a super bright front end with ample fruit and plenty of juicy energy, whilst the finish is elegant and long.

Paul Clouet Bouzy MV

To round off this collection, we head to the legendary Grand Cru village of Bouzy, in the Montagne de Reims, for this brilliant, pure Pinot Noir. A proud, rich wine with a wide nose full of plum and stewed raspberries. Chewy palate with a fresh salinity and lovely balance of white pepper and sugar. Made from a blend of 2012 and 2011, it’s an excellent example from a region renowned for its powerful Pinots.

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