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Timeless Champagnes

Lanson Rose Label Brut Rosé

Bubbly’s take: Both in its box and glass, this Rosé Champagne looks great. On the palate, this Brut conjures a subtle berry bouquet with all the punch of a fine Champagne. While the Rosé style is occasionally shunned in favour of traditional Champagne, we feel Lanson have blended an excellent wine that reconciles a broad variety of distinctive crus. It makes for a sophisticated and delightful drink, bound to impress more discerning guests and lovers of quality Champagne.

Would go well with: We think this is a great wine to have with afternoon tea, whether you’re going somewhere special for it or doing your own. Its fruity undercurrent means this Champagne is also a fitting choice for cakes, tarts and bakes, or even just strawberries and cream. It’s a lovely, sunny Brut that will brighten your day come rain or shine.

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Champagne Nicolas de Montbar

Bubbly’s take: We were quite taken by this crisp Champagne. It has a dry, sparkling and “no nonsense” flavour, being exactly what one would expect from a Champagne. This is a reliable and straightforward wine that should please Champagne lovers and occasional drinkers alike. In common with the Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut, this wine also offers exceptional value.

Would go well with: A party? With a pleasing price and a wholesome taste, we feel this Brut would be a good staple for a larger gathering of friends or family, where a reliable and affordable supply of Champagne is needed.

Where to buy: Aldi