2013-14 International Wine Challenge awards for CWM: Large Independent Merchant of the Year UK; Regional Merchant of the Year: Eastern England; Fortified Specialist Merchant of the Year UK.
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Cambridge Wine Merchants

International Wine Challenge, Wine Merchant of the Year 2012 : WINNERS!

also: Large Independent Merchant of the year UK, East of England Merchant of the year, Fortified Specialist Merchants of the Year UK
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St Valentine’s Day Is Upon Us & Love Is In The Air!

And what better way to celebrate than with a glass of Sparkling wine?

 

Valentine's offer £13.99 normally £16.99

 

 

The perfect aperitif-into-dinner pink. According to leading France’s leading gourmand magazine Gault-Millau, an “exquisite delicacy”.
100% Malbec from a multi-award winning Cahors producer, and allegedly France’s first ever sparkling Malbec. Despite the reputed chunkiness of Malbec, famed for its meat-loving personality, this Champagne-method fizz is a story of delicacy and elegance. A charming tawny pink colour reveals layers of savoury/wild flavours beyond the lifted raspberry fruit.

A bracing aperitif, but let it warm slightly and bring it on to dinner – rare tuna steak, venison, even baked mushroom. Sprinkle some crushed pink peppercorns in… a perfect night at home a-deux.

 

 Champagne Brut Rosé NV Cuvée Royale Joseph Perrier


Nothing says 'I Love You' like blushing pink Champagne Joseph Perrier

90 points Robert Parker. An incredibly pretty pale rose colour. This is a delicate, fresh and delicious rosé which is made by adding Cumieres Rouge to the traditional blend, with the re-fermentation taking place after blending.


Bollinger La Grande Annee Rosé 2005 

 

 Rosé champagne is back in vogue, says former sparkling-pink naysayer Victoria Moore.
"Bollinger has a glitzy reputation and it’s earned it. The prestigious champagne house makes superb white champagne, and its rosé also steps up to the mark. There is a NV cuvée too but for sheer luxury I would always go for the fuller, toasty structure of the vintage – the Grande Année – which is only made in the best years."

Click here to read the Victoria Moore's article, in the Telegraph


12/02/2016

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