Jacques Selosse


Founded by Jacques Selosse, the domaine is located in the municipalities of Avize, Cramant and Oger. Today, his son Anselme runs the winery and continues the family tradition respecting the natural environment and the vineyards, without any use of chemical treatments. Therefore, each Champagne Jacques Selosse tells a different story, depending on the grape and the soil where it comes from.


Champagne Initial, Substance, Brut Rosé, Exquise, Version Original, Les Carelles, Les Chantereines, Chemin de Chalons, La Cote Faron, Le Bout du Clos, Sous Le Mont.

Dom Perignon


Dom Pérignon is undoubtedly the best-known Champagne label in the world, and is a symbol of elegance and prestige. Dom Perignon owes its name to Abbot Pierre Pérignon who first discovered this sparkling wine in the 17th century, in the Abbey of Saint-Pierre d’Hautvillers, near Epernay. The typical blend contains the grape varieties Chardonnay (fresh and delicate) and Pinot Noir (powerful) coming exclusively from vineyards classified as “Grand Cru” and to a lesser extent from the “Premier Cru” of Hautviller. Dom Perignon produces its vintages only in the best years, while the limited editions, expressions of an ideal of perfection, are made exclusively in exceptional years.


Dom Perignon Vintage, Rosè, P2, P3.



In 1843, the passionate and ambitious Joseph Krug founded La Maison Krug, based on a relentless pursuit of perfection, and stored an extensive library of reserve wines in his historic cellar. The most prestigious cuvées produced by the winery are the Clos du Mesnil and the Clos d’Ambonnay. A peculiarity of this Maison is that each cuvée bears a 6-digit code on the back label, from which information on the bottle can be retrieved, as well as suggestions on storage and tasting.


Brut Grand Cuvèe, Brut Rosè, Clos d’Ambonnay, Clos de Mesnil, Krug Collection, Krug Vintage

Louis Roederer


The Maison de Champagne Louis Roederer rose to international fame thanks to “Cristal”, the first crystal Champagne bottle with a flat bottom and golden label. It is said that in 1876 Tsar Alexander II, fearful of being poisoned, asked the Maison to produce a transparent bottle that would show its contents. Along with its beautiful aesthetics, the bottle is of course also one of the Grand Cru of Champagne, based on Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, selected from the best lots and only in the best vintages.


Brut Premier, Brut Nature, Brut Rosé, Cristal, Cristal Rosé, Cristal Vinotheque.

Egly Ouriet


The quality of Egly-Ouriet is rooted not only in tradition but also in a very peculiar chalky soil, which gives the grapes an equally unique taste. The company is one of the few that also produces a Champagne based on Pinot Noir, with a rounded yet mineral taste.


Champagne Les Vignes de Vrigny, Brut Tradition, Blanc de Noir Vielles, Vignes Les Cratères, Millèsime, V.P. Grand Cru Extra Brut.



The Philipponat family has been growing vines in the heart of Champagne since at least 1522 and is rightly considered one of the main protectors of this heritage. Legendary is its Clos de Goisses vineyard, as well as the historic 18th century wine cellars where its treasures matures.


Champagne Royal Resérve, Champagne Royal Resérve Non Dosé, Millésimée, Clos Des Goisses.

Ulysse Collin


Already considered a rising star, this young company was born from the recovery of a family tradition and consists of a single lot, Les Pierrières, characterised by the presence of silicon, an unusual factor in Champagne. A producer well worth discovering.


Les Pièrrières Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut, Les Roises Vieilles Vignes Blanc de Blancs Extra Brut.


Telefono: +39 042292148


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Where we are

Via Vegri, 8

31027 – Spresiano (TV)