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Corporate Wine UK are proud to be associated with the following wine and champagne producers:

Tokaji Aszú

Tokaji Aszú is a rich honeyed dessert wine full of flavours. Szepsi Lackó Máté, a Reformed Church Pastor is credited with being the first to describe the aszú vinification in 1631.

The world’s first vineyard classification system was set up in Tokaj-Hegyalja, Hungary in 1772. In June, 2002 the Tokaj wine region was declared a World Heritage site by UNESSCO. Only two other wine regions hold this status: St-Emilion in Bordeaux and Portugal’s Alto Duoro.

Lanson

Formed in 1760 by Francois Delamotte, a magistrate from Reims, the Lanson House is one of the oldest in the world. In 1798, Francois Delamotte was succeeded by h is son Nicolas-Louis, a Knight of the Order of Malta, and adopted the Maltese Cross as the Company crest. In 1828, he formed a partnership with Jean-Baptiste Lanson, who, in 1837, gave the company the name of Lanson et Cie.

Moët & Chandon

Claude Moët, a wine trader descended from an old family resident in the Champagne region since the 14th century, founded his house in Epernay in 1743, and decided to perpetuate the Dom Perignon legacy.

Its reputation is exceptional: a Moët & Chandon cork pops somewhere on Earth every single second. The house's vineyards span a total of 771 hectares. This makes it by far the greatest in the region.

Dom Pérignon

The Abbey of Hautvillers was born in the 7th century of a dream that came to Saint Nivard. Ten centuries later, Dom Pierre Pérignon gave this heritage its most dazzling interpretation. The extraordinary quality of the wine he devised and produced in the secrecy and religious fervour of the Abbey makes him the spiritual father of champagne and one of the greatest visionaries of modern wine-making.

Each vintage offers thus a new aspect of Dom Pérignon, reflecting an assemblage that is a unique act of creation for the wine maker Richard Geoffroy. In its constant quest for the ultimate balance between Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, the Dom Pérignon style traces, vintage after vintage, a complex structure made up of aroma and sensations, silky smooth, light as air and full of sensuality.

Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin

In 1772, Philippe Clicquot founded a wine-making business under the name Clicquot.

In 1798, his son François, who had taken over the family enterprise, married Barbe Nicole Ponsardin. At the time of François' death in 1805, the young 27-year-old widow decided to continue her husband's legacy. A woman of vision, she became the driving force behind the prestige and success of the brand, which in 1810 was renamed Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin.

Today, both in France and abroad, the Veuve Clicquot brand continues to embody the values held dear by Madame Clicquot: modernity and audacity blended together with an emphasis on quality and expertise that are second to none.

Krug

When Johann-Joseph Krug founded the Krug champagne house in 1843, his dream was to give his name to nothing less than an exceptional champagne. To achieve this, he set himself a few rules, among which, first and foremost: never compromise on quality.

The wines are made from carefully selected chardonnay, pinot noir, and pinot meunier grapes. Krug is a guardian of Champagne tradition in still fermenting its wines in small oak barrels, which gives them an exceptional finesse.

Another signature of the Krug style, they are made to mature for at least 6 to 8 years, the reward of which is a distinctive complexity and the ability to age gracefully.

Jas Hennessy & Co

In 1765, Richard Hennessy, an Irish Catholic serving in the French Army, founded a company in Cognac. His son Jacques rapidly ensured the continuing success of the company. Since then, the name of Hennessy has always been firmly associated with the history of Cognac.

The company places great importance on the most prestigious cognacs : V.S.O.P. (Very Superior Old Pale), X.O. (Extra Old), F.O.V. (Finest Old Vintage) much appreciated by the Chinese, Paradis, and "Richard Hennessy", created in 1996 in homage to the founder of the company.

Charles Heidsieck

In 1851, Charles-Camille Heidsieck gave his name to his own Champagne brand. From 1852, this pioneer in search of new markets, crossed the Atlantic 4 times heading to the New World . His sense of business and his personality made him famous under the name of "Champagne Charlie".

Charles Heidsieck is today among the most prestigious brands of Champagne. Focusing on wine and food connoisseurs, Charles Heidsieck is consumed in famous restaurants like " étoilés Michelin ", luxury hotel chains and prestigious wine specialists.

 
   
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