The best Champagnes of 2018


Company Wine Name Medal
Champagne Castelnau Millésime 2006 Master
Champagne Chassenay d’Arce Millésime 2008 Gold
Champagne Jean-Noël Haton Noble Vintage 2012 Gold
Moët & Chandon Grand Vintage 2009 Gold
Champagne Leclerc Briant Millésime 2010 Extra-Brut Silver
Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Collection Vintage Brut 2009 Silver
Champagne Jacquart Grand Millésime 2000 Silver
Champagne Collet Millésime 2008 Silver
Champagne Charles Heidsieck Vintage Brut 2006 Master
Champagne Pommery Grand Cru Millésime 2006 Gold
Champagne Piper-Heidsieck Vintage 2008 Gold
Champagne Charles Heidsieck Vintage Rosé 2005 Gold
Champagne Delamotte Blanc de Blancs 2008 Gold
Champagne Henriot Brut Millesime 2008 Silver
G.H. Mumm & Cie Mumm RSRV Blanc de Noirs 2008 Silver
Champagne Joseph Perrier Cuvée Royale Vintage 2008 Silver
Champagne Chassenay d’Arce Pinot Blanc 2009 Silver
Champagne Alfred Gratien Alfred Gratien Millésime 2005 Silver
Champagne Cattier Cuvée Renaissance 2008 Bronze
Champagne Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque 2011 Bronze
Champagne Collet Brut Vintage 2008 Collection Privée Bronze

2 Responses to “The best Champagnes of 2018”

  1. Raymond Tilney says:

    P&C Heidsieck really are on a roll, both brand justifiably awarded.
    More confirmation, not that it is really needed, that Regis Camus and the team are building such strong foundations.
    The wines are genuinely super, and always seem to show very well in a line-up situation.

  2. Rhonda Skeete says:

    To conduct a truly “blind” tasting the judges should only be given information on style and vintage or non vintage, price band should not be considered if you really want to be label blind because in some price bands there are very few and in one case only one champagne! The very knowledgeable and experienced team would well aware of the pricing of most champagnes

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