Pol Roger Brut Réserve

- £102.95

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    Magnum - personal case
    £102.95

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    Magnum - personal label
    £94.95

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    Brut - personal label
    £41.95

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    Demi - personal label
    £30.95

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    Classic - personal case
    £45.95

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    Demi - personal case
    £34.95

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Description

Surprise with a delicious bottle of Pol Roger champagne in personalised case as a gift!

✔ Delicious champagne in wooden case!
✔ Your text in a personalised design
✔ Easy to use online text-editor
✔ Full colour print
✔ With a free personal gift card

Surprise with a magnum bottle of Pol Roger Brut Réserve champagne in a wooden case. Personalise the lid of the case with your text in a unique design. Various designs to choose from!
Productinfo
More information about this champagne:
Name: Pol Roger Brut Réserve
Country of origin: France
Type of champagne: Brut
Grape: 33% Pinot Noir – 34% Chardonnay – 33% Pinot Meunier
Characteristics: A full bodied and elegant champagne, with a touch of youthful freshness.

Taste
This Pol Roger champagne has a fruity flavour with a full bodied palate of honey and nuts, well balanced with a hint of green apple, brioche and a trace of minerality.

A flavoursome suggestion
An excellent aperitif champagne, but also very suitable to be enjoyed with fish and even spicy dishes.

About the champagne
Pol Roger was founded in 1849. This renowned brand is still owned and run by the descendants of Pol Roger, producing champagnes of worldwide acclaim. The Pol Roger champagne house owns prime vineyards in the Vallée d'Epernay and on the Côte des Blanc, based around the town of Epernay in the Champagne region. An important aspect of the production of Pol Roger champagnes are the 7km cellars, being the coolest cellars in the Champagne region. This is where the champagne undergoes its secondary fermentation in bottle. The low temperature prolongs the fermentation process and this plays an important role in obtaining the specific style of this full bodied quality champagne, famous for its fine bubbles.

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