Fill your glasses with nothing but the best for the bride and groom with wines and champagne from Goslings.
Babich Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2014. This is the classic Babich style that compliments a variety of foods. $18
Dom Perignon Champagne 2004. Unmistakable Dom Perignon style with unparalleled silkiness throughout the palate. $195.50
Krug Grand Cuvee Champagne. Three champagne grapes, 22-25 growths and 6-10 different years combine to give complexity, elegance and consistency year after year, blend after blend. $238.
Moet Chandon Ice Imperial Champagne. The world’s first champagne specifically created to be enjoyed on ice for a fun and fresh experience. $64.75.
Moet Chandon Brut Rose Imperial Champagne. This subtle rose is notable more for balance and fine texture than the quiet flavour profile of ripe currant and berry fruit, candied kumquat, biscuit and ginger. $72.
Robert Mondavi Private Selection Pinot Noir. Supple cherry and berry flavours with a touch of brown spice. $17.50.
Cloudy Bay Pelorus Brut Sparkling. One of Cloudy Bay’s finest sparkling wines. $32.50.
Ruinart Blanc de Blancs Champagne. Smoky and focused, with tightly knit flavours of white peach, chamomile, crystallised honey, pickled ginger and pink peppercorn. $84
Vueve Cliguot Brut Yellow Label Champagne. Well-knit and balanced, with vibrant acidity framing hints of blackberry, white cherry, biscuit, honey and candied lemon zest. $62.50.
Vueve Cliquot La Grande Dame Champagne 2004. A fine and lacy mousse draped over a firm frame of well-integrated acidity, belying the complexity of this elegant Champagne. $162.50