Our Favourites - Brut (the house brand)

“If you like the basic champagne (usually the Brut sans année) of a champagnehouse, you’ll be charmed by the rest of the brands” is a saying you hear time and time again when visiting the Champagne region. We’ve experienced it to be true.
Which doesn’t mean we do not have a favourite cuvée from the champagne farmers on our site.
Whether you are an amateur or a connaisseur, we are convinced that our selection of Blancs de Blancs, Rosés, Millésimes, … will tantalise your taste buds.

Grande Réserve Brut - Grand Cru

Champagne E. Barnaut

66 % Pinot Noir gives the champagne its personality and the typical body of the terroir and 33 % Chardonnay provides freshness and elegance.
This lively champagne remained in the cellars for five years to ripen and reveals intense aromas of dried fruit and baked apples. When you start to drink it, you’re immediately surprised by its taste and the aftertaste lasts a long time.
It’s an allround champagne. It can be used as an aperitive, around tea-time or to accompany grilled fish.

Cuvée Réserve Brut

Champagne Diogéne Tissier & Fils

60% Chardonnay, 25% Pinot Meunier and 15% Pinot Noir
A golden dress with a sparkle of green brilliants
A nose with character, fresh and young. Aromas of citrus and white flowers.
Round and balanced on the palate, smooth champagne which is characterized by a rather fresh and fruity finish.
Suggestion of the sommelier
Fried chicken fillet with lemon

Guide Gilbert et Gaillard 2012
Guide Hachette 2010
Guide Dussert Gerber 2010
Gold Medal Challenge International du Vin 2011
Prix d'Excellence Vinalies 2011

Brut Authentique

Champagne Pierre Gobillard

30 % Pinot Noir, 30 % Chardonnay and 40 % Pinot Meunier.
Beautiful, clear champagne which can be drunk at any time of the day.


Champagne Veuve Godart & Fils

The classic house champagne is a blend of the three well known cépages and has ripened for two years in the cellars. The diversity of aromas and its excellent quality is a constant factor with this house brand.