Mark These Eight Bottles Of Champagne For Your Next Celebration

Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs

The Ruinart Brut Blanc de Blancs is a non-vintage sparkling wine from the Champagne region in France. An alcohol content of 12.5%, this is a wine that is clean and warm to smell, supple and harmonious to drink, with notes of honey and minerals. Price point: $89.99.

Moet & Chandon Imperial

Another non-vintage sparkling wine from Champagne, France, the Moet & Chandon Imperial is of a rich golden yellow colour and radiates an aroma of fruit, honey, nuts and blossoms. On the palette, the wine is rich, smooth, full and fresh. Price point: $49.97.

Armand de Brignac Ace of Spades Brut Gold

The Burt Gold was the first release from Armand de Brignac and remains the most iconic. It pulls together old traditions of champagne blending and a trio of some of the most celebrated terriors in the region. The wine has a fresh, fruit character, and layers of complexity. Price point: $299.99.

Champagne Palmer Brut Reserve

The Champagne Palmer Brut Reserve, typical of reserve wines, contributes a fullness and maturity to their expression. The aromas are citrus, pear and apricot with subtle notes of hazelnut and brioche. It’s alcohol content is 12%. Price point: $59.99.

Dom Perignon 2008

The first vintage sparkling wine from Champagne, France, the Dom Perignon 2008 has depth, density and complexity. Warm with clear elucidation of fruit, the vintage’s characteristic acidity is also present. It’s a playful experience with an alcohol content of 12.5%. Price point: $189.97.

Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut 

The Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut, with an alcohol content of 12%, has been described as consistent with the superb vineyards and House style of Veuve Clicquot: from the predominance of Pinot Noir to the touch of Pinot Meunier – the perfect balance. Price point: $54.97.

Louis Roederer Cristal Brut 2008

Cristal is Louis Roederer’s flagship cuvée, and this particular expression, Cristal Brut 2008, was bottle-aged for 8 years before resting for 8 months. This vintage is complex and intense with an amber hue and candied citrus. The palate is coated with a powerful yet soft texture. Price point: $259.97.

Henriot Brut Blanc de Blancs

The Henriot Brut Blanc de Blancs is at the same time floral, fruity and pasty in its aromas, followed by spicy notes. Dynamic and powerful, the wine finishes clean and develops on a light note of menthol. It’s pure and expressive, complemented by fine, delicate bubbles. Price point: $59.99.