The Best Champagnes For Your Christmas Table

Champagne is synonymous with celebration, and its presence on the table elevates the holiday spirit.

Having champagne at your table during Christmas adds a touch of elegance and festivity to the celebration.

The effervescent bubbles and crisp taste of champagne create a sense of luxury, making it perfect for toasting to joyous moments with family and friends. The sound of popping corks and clinking glasses enhances the atmosphere, signalling the start of a special occasion.

Whether it's a traditional Christmas dinner or a casual gathering, champagne brings a sense of sophistication, turning ordinary moments into memorable ones during this festive season.

Here are Champagnes we highly recommend:


Moët & Chandon Impérial

Moët & Chandon Impérial is the House’s iconic Champagne. It embodies Moët & Chandon’s unique style – a style distinguished by its bright fruitiness, its seductive palate and its elegant maturity.”



Mumm Champagne Grand Cordon is one of the world’s biggest-selling champagnes, the nose of citrus, peach and vanilla enhanced by Mumm’s trademark biscuity nuances. It has a silky, mouth-filling mousse and a lovely fresh, lingering finish.

Laurent Perrier

Laurent-Perrier Champagne Brut

Laurent-Perrier’s style and personality are defined by its very high proportion of Chardonnay. Purity, freshness and elegance - essential characteristics, expressed in this champagne - are a good introduction to the spirit of the House. Pale gold in colour with fine bubbles and a delicate nose with hints of fresh citrus and white flowers. The wine’s complexity is expressed in successive notes such as vine peach and white fruit notes and is the perfect balance between freshness and delicacy. 

Marquis de Conflans

Marquis De Conflans Champagne

MDC (Marquis De Conflans) is Champagne with a distinguished history reinvented for modern tastes and modern palates. With 100% hand-picked grapes this Champagne is aged for 36-months before release for the full character to develop. Aromas and flavours of peaches and bakes goods, oatmeal and some wholewheat bread suggestions. Baked apple and pear then some fine citrus moments complete the bouquet. A dry wine touches the palate with a backbone of acidity, then a combination of white fleshed fruits; then peach and apple wrapped in a fine autolysis rounding out the palate. The mousse is firm with moderate bubble leading to a crisp and dry finish.

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