Top 25+ fizzes by Jancis Robinson

As posted by

01 December 2011  by Jancis Robinson,

All of the first quarter of my top 100 wines really sparkle.
These 25+ are listed upwards in price with UK stockists, often Lea and Sandeman because they have a particularly wide range, and this helps to indicate relative pricing. Please note that we have given Lea and Sandeman’s price for single bottles but they offer much keener prices to those prepared to pay for a total of 12 assorted bottles.

Many other merchants without a retail outlet, Vine Trail for instance, insist on orders of at least 12 assorted bottles – and of course the cost of delivery varies from merchant to merchant.

See for more stockists, both in the UK and elsewhere. All wines are 12 or 12.5%.

  • Philippe Michel 2008 Crémant du Jura
  • Dom de la Taille aux Loups, Triple Zéro Pétillant NV Montlouis-sur-Loire
  • Roche Lacour, Brut 2009 Crémant de Limoux
  • Jean-Louis Denois, Méthode Traditionnelle Brut Chardonnay/Pinot Noir Vin Mousseux de Qualité NV France
  • Graham Beck, Brut Pinot Noir/Chardonnay NV Western Cape
  • Waitrose, Brut NV champagne
  • Jansz 2005 Tasmania
  • Benedick, Grand Réserve Brut NV champagne
  • Ridgeview, Bloomsbury Merret Brut 2009 England
  • Barnaut, Blanc de Noirs Grand Cru NV champagne
  • P&C Heidsieck, Les Pionniers 2004 champagne
  • Laurent-Perrier NV champagne
  • Chartogne Taillet NV champagne
  • Agrapart, Les 7 Crus NV champagne
  • Pierre Peters, Cuvée de Reserve Blanc de Blancs NV champagne
  • Larmandier-Bernier, Extra Brut Blanc de Blancs Non Dosé Premier Cru NV champagne
  • Tarlant, Brut Nature NV champagne
  • Egly-Ouriet, Tradition Grand Cru NV champagne
  • André Roger, Vielles Vignes NV champagne
  • Gosset, Grand Réserve NV champagne
  • Pol Roger 2000 champagne
  • Vilmart, Cuvée Creation 1999 champagne
  • Bollinger, Grande Année 2002 champagne
  • Dom Pérignon 2002 champagne
  • Krug, Grande Cuvée NV champagne
  • Louis Roederer, Cristal 2004 champagne

The Graham Beck Brut Pinot Noir/Chardonnay NV is the only South African MCC to make it on to this prestigious list.

Please click here to read more about the above listed champagnes and MCC’s on Jancis Robinson’s website.


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