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Louis Delaunay CHAMPAGNE 75cl NOW £8.00 @ tesco ONLINE AND INSTORE

£8.00 @ Tesco
Harvested by hand in September, they are then transported to the winery where they are gently pressed quickly to avoid oxidation and to prevent harsh tannins and colour from black grapes from appearin… Read More
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Harvested by hand in September, they are then transported to the winery where they are gently pressed quickly to avoid oxidation and to prevent harsh tannins and colour from black grapes from appearing in the wine. The vinification process then takes place for 2 weeks at 15˚C in Inox tanks. This helps to create a still wine, high in acidity and low in alcohol. The wine is then created by blending red and white grapes base wines to a chosen quality/style that is preferred by the Champagne House. The blend is then transferred to the bottle along with the liquor de tirage (yeast nutrients, sugar and clarifying agent). The second fermentation occurs in the bottle which creates the sparkling wine. The wine is left to mature in the bottle for a minimum of 15 months, the sediment is then removed and the dosage (between 10-14 g/l) is added.
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#3
"Harvested by hand in September, they are then transported to the winery where they are gently pressed quickly to avoid oxidation and to prevent harsh tannins and colour from black grapes from appearing in the wine. The vinification process then takes place for 2 weeks at 15˚C in Inox tanks. This helps to create a still wine, high in acidity and low in alcohol. The wine is then created by blending red and white grapes base wines to a chosen quality/style that is preferred by the Champagne House. The blend is then transferred to the bottle along with the liquor de tirage (yeast nutrients, sugar and clarifying agent). The second fermentation occurs in the bottle which creates the sparkling wine. The wine is left to mature in the bottle for a minimum of 15 months, the sediment is then removed and the dosage (between 10-14 g/l) is added."
I'M SPARTACUS !
#4
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
3 Likes #6
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .


Not everyone can afford the branded champagne.
2 Likes #7
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .

Nonsense. Do you think the brand marketing makes it taste better? Unless the only reason you buy it is so you can be seen to drink an expensive product. In which case, you shouldn't buy it because you evidently lack the ability to understand and appreciate why it is expensive in the first place.
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
#8
niallfitzer
[quote=plodging] Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
Nonsense. Do you think the brand marketing makes it taste better? Unless the only reason you buy it is so you can be seen to drink an expensive product. In which case, you shouldn't buy it because you evidently lack the ability to understand and appreciate why it is expensive in the first place.
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
[/quote
So if it's a special occasion you happy to give this stuff or would you fork out for a bottle of Lanson , Moet etc ?
3 Likes #9
I got this last week for £8 and thought it was a price glitch. Tastes delicious actually. Heat from me
2 Likes #10
I have tried most of the 'branded' champagnes and bought this one at Christmas as Wot Wine rated it highly. Wasn't disappointed at all and this price is a steal. Will buy again
#11
Nowhere near the quality of Armand De Brignac so cold from me.
#12
carolinej81
I got this last week for £8 and thought it was a price glitch. Tastes delicious actually. Heat from me


agreed, if someone told me this was a £20-30 bottle, I'd believe them
#13
plodging
niallfitzer
[quote=plodging] Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
Nonsense. Do you think the brand marketing makes it taste better? Unless the only reason you buy it is so you can be seen to drink an expensive product. In which case, you shouldn't buy it because you evidently lack the ability to understand and appreciate why it is expensive in the first place.
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
[/quote
So if it's a special occasion you happy to give this stuff or would you fork out for a bottle of Lanson , Moet etc ?


You talk nonsense
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plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
4 and a half years putting your oar in on this site and can't be bothered to post a single deal! If you did you'd soon find out how dispiriting idiotic comments like this are...If everyone was like you HUKD would be dead in a week.
#15
had this a good few times. I prefer it to lanson, moet and Bollinger as it's not as dry. Will grab a few bottles for nye.
cheers Op
#16
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .


Elaborate?
1 Like #17
patg2005
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
4 and a half years putting your oar in on this site and can't be bothered to post a single deal! If you did you'd soon find out how dispiriting idiotic comments like this are...If everyone was like you HUKD would be dead in a week.
Nice of you to trawl through profiles and have time to raise a nonsense arguement. So only people who have posted deals on here should be allowed to comment ?
#18
kevinmckeown
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .

Elaborate?
So ok , a family gathering , big celebration and you rock up with cut price fizzy . The selling point of champagne is that it's for "special" occasions .. Turning up with an £8 bottle speaks volumes . It's all snob value .. Oh and Re my initial post .. irony is lost on this site . And if the guy who decided to check if I had posted anything had of bothered looking at my previous posts .. I slagged Grey Goose vodka as pretentious nonsense . Tongue in cheek comments should be banned I suppose .. Season of good will , good tidings etc etc .

Edited By: plodging on Dec 30, 2016 15:11
#19
grabbed 6 bottles of the Rose version
#20
Is it still on offer?
#21
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .

Most brand name champagne that is sold in supermarkets for 20-30 quid is the inferior second press but people prefer to think there fancy drinking a brand ..... Even if they are overpaying just for the make
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plodging
niallfitzer
[quote=plodging] Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
Nonsense. Do you think the brand marketing makes it taste better? Unless the only reason you buy it is so you can be seen to drink an expensive product. In which case, you shouldn't buy it because you evidently lack the ability to understand and appreciate why it is expensive in the first place.
plodging
Not a branded name ..moet , Lanson etc .. So therefore inferior .
[/quote
So if it's a special occasion you happy to give this stuff or would you fork out for a bottle of Lanson , Moet etc ?

I bought 15 cases for my wedding. Very happy for people to see what it is. There are superior branded champagnes but other than Veuve Cliquot, few are in the Moet or Lanson price range and almost all would be vintage. For non-vintage, this is an excellent choice

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