Champagne

Champagne

Red Apron Fine Wines And Spirits
Th 6 28/07/2023 1 minute read
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France’s most northerly wine region, Champagne is now home to 15,000 growers and 290 ‘houses’. A blend of grape varieties is usually required: white Chardonnay to add fruit and elegance, and two reds – Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier – to provide body and backbone.

 

Champagne Carbon,
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0500052
9,463,000₫
Champagne Carbon,
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0500064
10,703,000₫
Champagne Charles Mignon, Brut Premium Reserve
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0500041
1,300,000₫
Champagne Charles Mignon, Premier Cru, Brut Premium Reserve
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0500069
1,250,000₫ 1,750,000₫
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