CHAMPAGNER & SPARKLING WINE

Made exclusively with Grand Cru ...

BLANC DE BLANCS GRAND CRU

Made exclusively with Grand Cru Chardonnay from villages in the Côte de ...
CHF 36,00
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ICE BUCKET in rose metalic ...

Champagne Ice Bucket

  ICE BUCKET in rose metalic color. Country: France / Producer: Pi...
CHF 42,00
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GOLD LINE - WHITE GOLD Millesima...

LF Millesimato Brut Franciacorta DOCG

GOLD LINE - WHITE GOLD Millesimato Franciacorta D.O.C.G. Vintage : 20...
CHF 65,00
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GOLD LINE - RED GOLD Milles...

LF Franciacorta Saten DOCG

  GOLD LINE - RED GOLD Millesimato Franciacorta D.O.C.G. Vintage :...
CHF 65,00
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GOLD LINE - LUXURY BLACK Mi...

LF Franciacorta Luxury Black DOCG

  GOLD LINE - LUXURY BLACK Millesimato Franciacorta D.O.C.G. Vinta...
CHF 65,00
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GOLD LINE - YELLOW GOLD Bru...

LF Franciacorta Brut DOCG

  GOLD LINE - YELLOW GOLD Brut Franciacorta D.O.C.G. Vintage : 201...
CHF 65,00
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GOLD LINE - PINK GOLD Rosè Franc...

LF Rosè Franciacorta DOCG

GOLD LINE - PINK GOLD Rosè Franciacorta D.O.C.G. Vintage : 2011 Disg...
CHF 69,00
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Unique and bottled in limited qu...

DESIR & SENS Blanc de Blancs 2004

Unique and bottled in limited quantities, these meticulously vinified Cu...
CHF 79,00
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Unique and bottled in limited qu...

Coeur dor Mill 2006 Rouge

Unique and bottled in limited quantities, these meticulously vinified Cu...
CHF 84,00
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Magnificent presentation for thi...

Cuvee Anne de Madame Privilege Rose

Magnificent presentation for this Année de Madame Rosé Privilège cuvée, ...
CHF 84,00
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Origin: Germany / Alc. 12% / Vol...

Diamond Cuvée LeClub Magnum (1.5L)

Origin: Germany / Alc. 12% / Vol. 1500ml / serving temperature 4-5°C
CHF 95,00
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Champagne D.Rock is produced in ...

Champagne D.Rock

Champagne D.Rock is produced in a small, idyllic family company in regio...
CHF 99,00
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Champagne D. Rock Rosé is produc...

Champagne D. Rock Rosé (Hola Diamond)

Champagne D. Rock Rosé is produced in a small, idyllic family company in...
CHF 119,00
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Champagne_D.Rock_Ice_Glacier

Champagne D.Rock ICE Glacier

The distinctive white surface with turquoise crystals includes a perfect...
CHF 119,00
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D.Rock is a delicate Blanc de Bl...

Champagner D.Rock Blanc de Blancs

D.Rock is a delicate Blanc de Blancs Champagne, produced by Bernard Remy...
CHF 129,00
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Champagne D.Rock is produced in ...

Champagne D.Rock Magnum 1.5L

Champagne D.Rock is produced in a small, idyllic family company in regio...
CHF 189,00
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Strictly speaking, champagne is a sparkling wine that comes from the Champagne region in the north-east of France. If it is a sparkling wine from another region, it is sparkling wine, not champagne. While many people generally use the term "champagne" for any sparkling wine, the French have retained their right to call their wines champagne for over a century. The Treaty of Madrid, signed in 1891, established this rule, and the Treaty of Versailles reaffirmed it. The European Union is helping to further protect this exclusivity, even though certain American producers are still allowed to use the term 'champagne'.

Sparkling wines can be made in various ways, but traditional champagne comes to life through a process called "champenoise". Champagne begins its life like any normal wine. The grapes are harvested, pressed and undergo a first fermentation. The acidic results of this process are then mixed and bottled with some yeast and sugar so that it can undergo a second fermentation in the bottle. This second fermentation also gives the champagne its typical bubbles. The new yeast begins its work, then dies and becomes what is called lees. The bottles are then stored horizontally so that the wine can mature "on the lees" for 15 months or more. After this maturation, the winemakers turn the bottles upside down so that the lees can settle on the bottom. Once this is done, the winemakers open the bottles to remove the yeast, add a little sugar, called dosage, to determine the sweetness of the champagne. The terms But and Extra Brut also describe how much sugar has been added to the champagne. 

In our online shop you will find not only exclusive spirits, but also fine champagnes and sparkling wines for every occasion. Whether as a treat for yourself or as a gift, whether it is Brut, vintage - Champagne or Rose: You are spoilt for choice. Add a little glamour to your life and treat yourself to a bottle of this noble beverage! 
 

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