Our Champagne Collection



The entry level for Borel-Lucas is the Cuvée Reserve.  Blended from 80% Pinot Meunier, 10% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir, this distinctive Cuvée Reserve has a beautiful shine in the champagne flute.  The bubbles and finesse in the glass signify the fruity aromatic palette that awaits the lucky recipient.

Note the granny apple, cherry plum and apricot, but also tobacco and hazelnut: noble aromas of maturity. The palate is supple and fresh with a creamy fondue effervescence. The wine reveals powerful fleshy with a density reminiscent of pear and green tea



For those who love sipping a rosé on a warm summer’s day, then try the scrumptious Cuvée Rosé Brut Reserve, made with 10% red wine to impart its blush. The bubbles are very thin and languid, forming bright white foam on top; highlighting the brilliance of this Cuvée Rosé’s salmon hues.  On the nose, stewed fruit mingle with aromas of red fruits. Strawberry notes and hints of fresh fruit cake (many stone fruit notes) are also apparent.  In the mouth this rosé is delicious and sweet, finely structured and balanced.  This refined wine defines elegant and can be enjoyed with friends over lunch, BBQs, at the races, or indeed any social gathering!



The first of Borel-Lucas’ two Grand Cru champagnes: the non-vintage Cuvee Selction is a vision of miraculous trains of gold plated bubbles rising up like angels in a greenish tint with a white glare.  Aromas of wheat walled candied fruit, best quality acacia and dried apricot are underscored with subtle floral notes (iris and saffron); a complex marriage of aromatic refinement.



The Cuvee Soleil d’Or (2012) is built on elegance; one navigates the labyrinthine finesse of apricot, plum and green lime flavours to ascend to a taste utopia.  The top end of the range selections use 100% Chardonnay grapes from the vineyards of Cramant Grand Cru and lie in the cellar a further six months.  Grapes expertly nurtured in Grand Cru classified areas produce wines that then lie for no less than thirty months in cellars dug in 1935.  This champagne is nothing short of spectacular in its depth and flavour.



The Cuvee Art Divin, Blanc de Blancs has a discreet and delicate nose, opening with aromas of white fruits identified by the citrus notes (blood orange) and lemonade. These open up further to reveal aromas of biscuits and fresh hazelnut.  The palate offers discreet notes of gingerbread and cinnamon with a smooth finish.  The bottle it arrives in is arguably the most attractive of any champagne in the world and a real talking point at dinner parties!



Includes a bottle of Champagne of your choice, 2 x Borel Lucas Glasses, 1 x Borel Lucas Bottle Stopper and Chocolates. Authentic wooden Borel Lucas gift boxes for that special person.