Moët Impérial is the House’s iconic champagne. Created in 1869, it embodies Moët & Chandon’s unique style, a style distinguished by its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate and its elegant maturity.
Yellow Label is the signature of Veuve Clicquot’s quality and style, recreated every year thanks to our priceless collection of reserve wines. Its brilliant yellow label reflects the champagne’s bright personality and impeccable winemaking credentials.
Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label manages to reconcile two opposing factors - strength and silkiness - and to hold them in perfect balance with aromatic intensity and a lot of freshness. This consistent power to please makes it ideal as an aperitif, and perfect as the Champagne to enjoy with a meal.
Bottega Gold is a Prosecco DOC, obtained by the vinification of Glera grapes.The elegance, freshness and liveliness of its bubbles stem from the beauty and tradition of its territory, where unmistakable panoramas are shaped by vineyards.
Variations in vineyard temperatures result in a bright, straw yellow, fine and persistent perlage and a taste that is soft, harmonious and elegant, with a slim body and with lively yet balanced acidity.
Distilleria Bottega, established in 1977 by Aldo Bottega, is based in Bibano do Godega S.U., 10km from Conegliano, the capital of Prosecco and one of the most famous areas in the world for its vineyards tradition. Distilleria Bottega produces wines, liqueurs and organic food for those consumers that enjoy products made with meticulous attention to quality.
This stylish pink bottle of Moscato has light golden yellow colour enhanced by a long steam of bubbles. The rose is delicate with rose aromas, full apple, honey and lychee. The sensation is rounded and fruity sweet, lovely slightly acid and remains on the palate for a long time.
Capel Vale is one of the larger family-owned producers in Western Australia and amongst the first to be established with vines planted in 1974 by Sydney radiologist Dr Peter Pratten and his wife Elizabeth. The initial winery was built on the Stirling Estate in Capel in 1979, the site was originally a stone fruit orchard and its rich red alluvial loam soils over limestone made it a perfect viticultural site.
Australia's most popular grape varietal, Shiraz is full-bodied with high alcohol, and vibrant berry and plum on both the nose and palate. Australia's hot summers and cooler winters impart complexity and structure that collects well and is a worldwide favourite.
Shiraz is described as robust and spicy with a slightly sweet finish. You will also enjoy a velvety and slightly syrupy mouthfeel when enjoying this varietal.
The 2020 Sauvignon Blanc is bright and focused, with appealing and expressive aromatics of ripe grapefruit, makrut lime and passionfruit on the nose.
The palate is mouth-watering, with zesty lime, lemongrass and juicy stone fruit characters melding together, underpinned by a subtle minerality. The vibrant concentrated fruit and freshness bestow poise and balance, and lead through to a long and impressive finish, suggesting a wine that will age gracefully for many years - as do all the best Cloudy Bay vintages
Lake Chalice was founded in 1989 on a stony paddock in the heart of the Wairau Valley, Lake Chalice Wines is one of the few remaining family & locally owned wine companies located in the country's main wine-growing region - Marlborough.
This vino boasts lifted aromas of gooseberry, passionfruit and blackcurrant, with a hint of flint. The palate is refreshing and elegant with a salty minerality that leads to a lingering finish.
Produced by William Grant & Sons in the Scottish burgh of Dufftown in Moray, Scotland. With oak casks from distant lands, it is carefully matured in the finest American bourbon and Spanish sherry oak casks for at least 12 years. Married and mellowed in oak marrying tuns for complete harmony of aroma and robust flavor. Although Glenfiddich’s distillery was founded in 1887, their story is still being written today. This whisky is deemed as the world’s most awarded single malt scotch whisky. Now that’s something for the history books. Why not give Glenfiddich a try? Pour a glass and find out what a winner tastes like.
Glenfiddich's 15-year-old single malt Scotch whisky is matured in three oak barrels including Spanish Sherry oak, American Bourbon oak and new American oak barrels. It is fused and stood in the Surola fusion tank, with rich layers and aftertaste.
It exudes a comprehensive and charming scent like sweet heather nectar and vanilla jelly, combined with a rich fruity flavour.
Smooth like silk, exuding a multi-layered rich taste of sherry oak barrels, marzipan, cinnamon and ginger, full-bodied, full-bodied and round.
Married for at least three months in small, individually numbered batches in wooden tuns, the Glenfiddich 18 Year Old has a unique depth and complexity that has been acclaimed in the industry. Great for experiencing classic rich Glenfiddich whisky with luxurious dried fruit, candy peel and date flavours overlaid with elegant oak notes.
Jack Daniels is a world-renowned whiskey, one of the best that America has to offer. The new-make whiskey is charcoal-mellowed through 10 feet of maple charcoal prior to aging. Aged at least four years in new, charred American oak barrels which the distillery makes itself. This Tennessee whiskey was named No.7 by "Mr. Jack" himself in 1887 – no one knows why. Popular theories include: Jack honoring his seven girlfriends or it’s the 7th recipe. However, the most plausible explanation is the case of the seven missing barrels of Jack Daniel’s whisky on route to Missouri for the World Fair in 1904. So another seven were shipped, but in the meantime the railroad found the first seven and they marked them as the ‘Old Number Seven’ to avoid confusion when the new barrels arrived. Although the truth of its name remains unknown, it continues to be the original all-conquering cola-friendly colossus. Commanding legions of fans worldwide, it’s no wonder why Jack Daniel’s No.7 is #1 and that, my friends, is no mystery.
Alc. / vol: 40%
Toasty oak, spicy vanilla, popcorn and caramel with tar, mocha coffee, rolling tobacco, ripe banana and gingerbread.
Buttery char-grilled corn-on-the-cob, burnt popcorn, vanilla, salt and café latte with overripe banana, gingerbread and cracked black pepper spice. Faint sweetness.
Slight saltiness to lingering dry new oak, barbecue charcoal and spicy finish.