Champagne & Sparkling Wine
One of the few Champagne houses still owned-and operated
by the Taittinger family. A light style with the
emphasis on elegance and finesse. Perfect with smoked
Bollinger always makes a memorable celebration centrepiece.
The first Champagne house to commercialise rosé.
A delightfully luscious, fruit-based charm with
expressive aromas of strawberry and very ripe, wild
Opulent Champagne with great depth and a warm,
Top cuvée that is exemplary in style, depth and quality.
This is simply heavenly!
Made in true Champagne fashion using traditional
grape varieties. The result is creamy and rich with
notes of brioche, complimented with a refreshing citrus
twist. An English classic.
west chiltington, england
Fresh, soft and fruity, this blend comes from one of the
largest producers of English wine. Great as an apéritif,
and a delicious partner to simple canapés.
Famed for their legendary vines, the Barons de
Rothschild also create a range of more accessible
wines. Of these “second label wines,” Legende Pauillac
is considered the finest.
pauillac, bordeaux, france
Boasts gorgeous aromas of black and blue fruit,
spring flowers and hints of toast and forest floor.
Its well-integrated wood and acidity, as well as its
moderately-ripe tannins, make for a medium-to-fullbodied
margaux, bordeaux, france
Reveals tangy black cherry and blackcurrant fruit in
addition to hints of cedar wood earthiness.
pessac-léognan, bordeaux, france
A beautifully-crafted blend that shows floral aromas
alongside refreshing citrus clarity. A combination
of Grenache blanc, Clairette and Roussanne, held
together with soft spice from 6 months’ gentle oak
Bursting with opulent citrus fruit, rare finesse,
complexity and awe-inspiring balance.
margaret river, australia
selection of deep-filled sandwiches with a variety of bread and rolls, chef’s choice of filling or custom order allergens: allergens: gluten (wheat, rye), shellfish (shrimp), fish, dairy, mustard, sesame, celery, sulphites, eggs, lupin | meal type: cold