Taittinger Brut Reserve NV Champagne in Gift Box, 75 cl
Regular price £40.99
Stylish and sophisticated Champagne with light citrus and brioche characters. Three years ageing in Taittinger's cellars adds a roundness and weight to this supremely elegant cuve. Read more.
Standard UK Mainland Under 3kg (3-5 Working Days) - £4.95
Standard UK Mainland Over 3kg (3-5 Working Days) - £5.95
Express Delivery (1-3 Working Days - Order by 2PM) - £7.99
Next Working Day UK Mainland (Order by 2PM) - £9.99
Weekend UK Mainland Delivery (Order by 2PM Friday) - £10.99
Heavy/Oversized Delivery (Over 30kg - Express Delivery) - £19.99
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Gift Boxes - £4.99
Each box can comfortably fit two regular sized 70 & 75 cl bottles along with a few other goodies! Box Dimensions: 197 × 330mm × 101mm
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Taittinger dates back to 1734 when the original house was founded by Jacques Fourneaux. Pierre Taittinger, the founder of today's company acquired the House in 1931. Serving in the 1st world war as a young cavalry officer he fell in love with this remarkable property and its vineyards. Today, the Reims based House is headed up by Pierre's grandson, Pierre-Emmanual Taittinger and his son, Clovis and daughter Vitalie both of whom are actively involved in the day to day running of this thriving family Champagne House.
French 75 Recipe
We've all been there. You receive a bottle of sparkling wine as a gift and it's fair to say you're less than impressed. If that's you, you might be looking for a quick and easy cocktail to transform your fizz into a sweet and zesty delight. The bonus is, it's a super simple recipe with just 4 ingredients, so it's the perfect quick win to impress guests. Gin AND fizz?! In one cocktail?! Hell yes to that. The classic French 75 brings two of our favourite bevs together in one drink, and you can swap champagne for any sparkling wine. The French 75 is a classic, a drink that dates back to World War I. How's this for a fun fact? The cocktail is named after a 75 millimeter wartime field gun - but hey, we know you're not here for a history lesson. Keep reading for how to make the iconic cocktail.