Champagne

From Italy

501 “Asti Spumante” MARTINI & ROSSI

Festive and sweet. Italy’s most famous sparkling wine. This is a fruity sparkling wine made with the finest Moscato Bianco grapes. Great partner to fruity dessert, pastry and ice cream.

Price: $ 35


502 “Prosecco” CARPENE’ MALVOLTI

This medium dry sparkling wine is made with the Charmat method, a process discovered by Antonio Carpene and Louis Pasteur, which allows a sparkling wine to be made in approximately three month. This process limits the influence of the yeast and places emphasis on the fruit. Golden delicious apples dominate the flavors, while the fine perlage cleanses the palate and refreshes the taste buds. Great with any dish, as an aperitif, and mixed with fruit juices.

Price: $ 40

From France

503 “Dom Pérignon” MOET ET CHANDON (1998)

Seven years! Like all Dom Pérignon Blanc of first Plénitude, the 1998 vintage released in 2005 has matured in the cellars in Epernay for seven years to express its richness and depth. The initial notes of fresh almonds and grapefruit gradually lead into cashew nuts and spices complemented by lightly toasted brioche. On the palate the sensation is one of diving into a wave: a sanity texture curls and unfurls on the palate, embracing and caressing it. An instant of weightlessness, matter vanishes, the finish vibrates, and the taste buds are aroused by controlled ardour. The persistence is remarkable, with just the slightest undertone of tartness (citrus zest and buds).

Price: $ 330


504 “La Francaise – Brut” TAITTINGER

Produced from select Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier grapes grown in the viticultural area of Champagne. The subtle, pale gold color of “Brut – La Francaise” is punctuated by extremely fine, persistent bubbles rising to the surface in fragile strands. The fragrant berry and white fruit aromas, underscored by toasty, yeast notes are confirmed on the ample, elegant palate which is strongly marked by refined Chardonnay fruit flavors. A fresh, balanced acidity sustains the whole, and carries into a long, crisp toasty finish of great delicacy.

Price: $ 80


505 “White Star” MOET ET CHANDON

White Star, a balanced blend of three vines varieties, revels a harmonious succession of sensation, a soft maturity, elegant lines, offering you sensation which can be shared and celebrated at any time. Extra-dry with aroma of flowers, hazelnuts, and biscuits. Palate soft with a fruity finish, evoking the peach.

Price: $ 95


506 “Ponsardin – Yellow Label” VEUVE CLIQUOT

Initially reminiscent of white fruits and raisins, then of vanilla and later of brioche. The first sip delivers all the freshness and forcefulness so typical of Yellow Label with a symphony of fruit tastes following on. The lingering aromas echo and re-echo, with each fruit or spice note distinct. It manages to reconcile two opposing factors – forcefulness and finesse – and to hold them in perfect balance. Ideal as an aperitif and perfect to enjoy with any meals.

Price: $ 110

Split Bottles

507 “Asti Spumante” MARTINI & ROSSI

Price: $ 9


508 “Brut” ROTARI

Price: $ 9


509 “Brut” MUMM CUVEE’

Subtle cherry, vanilla and spice flavors with a rich, lingering finish.

Price: $ 12