While many people often favour mature still wines, some people wonder if Champagne can age as well as they had already been aged for at least three years before release. Similar to their bubbleless counterparts, its ageing capability is subject to the quality of the wine and conditions of storage which Grande Marques and top houses can almost guarantee. A well-aged Champagne will lose some of its bubbles and turn a deeper color, but the good Champagne will almost certainly evolve with more dried fruits, honey, toasty and nutty flavors. Bruce Sanderson from Wine Spectator had said before that "after disgorgement, Champagne will develop like a still wine...I have had Champagnes from the '60s, '50s and a 1914 and 1892 Pol Roger that were superb".
Today we are excited to share our latest list of aged Champagnes from stock for your selection. The list is not short of many Grande Marques and top producers including Salon, Taittinger, Perignon, Krug, Bollinger, and many more. From as old as 1973 to the "more recent" 2004, many of these are already in stock and ready for you to pop open now. Take your pick! -
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