Our Favourites - Millésimes

“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.

Millésimé 1998

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

20 % Pinot Noir, 50 % Chardonnay and 30 % Pinot Meunier.
Round, delicate bubbles, which titillate your taste buds with the flavour of grilled coffee and compote.

Millésimé 1993

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

10 % Pinot Noir, 50 % Chardonnay and 40 % Pinot Meunier
The key words for this beautiful cuvée are harmony and souplesse.

Millésimé 1989

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

10 % Pinot Noir, 50 % Chardonnay and 40 % Pinot Meunier.
A rich, supple champagne with complex flavours. A champagne for connoisseurs.

Millésimé 1988 saveur d’automne

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

30 % Chardonnay and 70 % Pinot Meunier.
Fresh, floral bubbles with flavours of almonds and brioche.

Millésimé 1982

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

30 % Chardonnay and 70 % Pinot Meunier.
Rare, elegant class! A spicy champagne for a special moment.

Vieux champagne liquoreux 1979

Champagne Guy Michel & Fils

100% Chardonnay.
Fruity wooden flavours intertwine with tastes of mocha and honey. Superb with foie gras.

Brut Millésimé 1999

Champagne Perseval – Farge

30 % Pinot Noir, 10 % Pinot Meunier and 60 % Chardonnay grapevines of some 30 years old.
The sparkling bubbles on the surface reinforce the smell of red fruit. This first sensation is followed by flavours of brioche and walnuts. A very long aftertaste confirms its elegance.A champagne to savour, but you can drink it as easily with braised chicken.

Millésime 2005 and 2006 – Grand Cru

Champagne P. Lancelot – Royer

100 % Chardonnay from vineyards in Cramant.
The reflection of an exceptional harvest year which allowed a longer ripening.