So were we!

At Sip, we don’t believe Champagne should be reserved for wedding toasts and gala dinners. It’s a wine like any other and deserves to be enjoyed as such.


The problem…

A clutch of big brands dominate the market creating a one dimensional view of Champagne, as a dry, fizzy and homogenous drink.
The truth is, there are some 15,000+ independent producers who make their own Champagnes from grape to bottle in the same way their fathers and grandfathers have done for generations. These growers – or ‘Récoltant-Manipulants’ to use the technical term – struggle to compete against the Grand Maisons and their deep pockets*, but we’re here to change that.

The solution…

Through expert knowledge, long term relationships with the producers and a lot of hard work, we’ve built a platform for these small-scale winemakers to reach a new audience… you!

So, if you like wine and want to expand your palate, stock your cellar or just boost your dinner party kudos, our ethical, sustainably sourced Champagnes offer incredible flavours and even better backstories.


There is no better place to start than with our...

Artisan Champagne Introduction Case

Three unique bottles, each representing one of the big three grapes in Champagne, and only £100. You won’t find this value or quality of Champagne anywhere else.

Life’s too short to drink boring Champagne. Celebrate the everyday.

*Bernard Arnault, Chairman & CEO of LVMH Moët Hennessy (who own Champagne labels including Moët & Chandon, Krug, Dom Perignon and Veuve Cliquot) is a centibillionaire and richest person in the world according to a recent Forbes report.