Christmas Crémants Mixed Case Offer

"Crémants are a great alternative to Champagne and a step up from many a Prosecco or Cava." - Christelle Guibert, Decanter magazine.

Christmas Crémants

There are nine regions in France which produce Crémant and they all adhere to high quality standards - hand-harvesting, limits on extraction, method traditionelle fermentation and a minimum of nine months' bottle maturation on their lees. As a result, they provide excellent rapport qualité-prix.

This mixed case contains two bottles each of:

Crémant de Die: Domaine Achard-Vincent Brut
Alsace: Léon Beyer Crémant d'Alsace Brut
"Most Crémant d'Alsace is consumed in France, and it is easy to see why. Léon Beyer is one of Alsace's most renowned houses, and its Crémant is a delight."
Sarah Kemp - The Wine Conversation.

Crémant de Limoux: Domaine Collin 'Cuvée Prestige' Rosé
"A pretty nose: fresh rose petals and nougat and guava. Lovely guava-juice flavour, fine lemon bones. Pink grapefruit. Decent weight and presence on the mid palate. GV (Good Value). 16/20."
Tamlyn Currin -

This mixed case includes

2 x Crémant de Die: Brut£0.00

Crémant de Die Brut - a light, dry sparkling wine with aromas of orchard fruit preceding a palate of russet apples and pears underscored by minerally nuances followed by a fresh, clean finish.

2 x Alsace: Léon Beyer Crémant d'Alsace Brut£0.00

Elegant, dry methode traditionelle sparkling wine produced from Pinot Blanc and Auxerrois. Something of a local secret, 90% of Cremant d'Alsace is consumed in La France. It is easy to see why they're keen to hang on to it.

2 x Crémant de Limoux: Domaine Collin 'Cuvée Prestige' Rosé£0.00

Philippe Collin's white Cremant de Limoux 'Sélection' has been a hit since we started shipping it years ago, so it made perfect sense to add his sparkling rosé 'Prestige' to our stable. Like its white sibling, this salmon-pink rosé gives great bang for the buck.