"Have you ever wondered what a $100 bottle of sparkling wine tastes like without spending $100?"

We’re excited to open and share these bottles with you from our Cellar List!

Here’s a chance to try all 3 for the cost of a glass of 1! 

*Due to limited quantities, wine substitutions of similar caliber may occur during the tasting.

Flight of 3 Wines:

2 oz pour of each wine: $25

(a total of 6 oz - equivalent to a glass of wine)


1 oz pour of each wine: $15

(a total of 3 oz - equivalent to ½ a glass of wine)

NV Louis Roederer, Premier Brut, Champagne, France

Louis Roederer is one of the last great independent and family-run Champagne houses.  This Champagne is crisp, elegant and has just a touch of toasty brioche and fresh baked bread.

92 pts Wine Enthusiast, 92 pts Wine Spectator, 91 pts Wine & Spirits, 90 pts Robert Parker

NV Henriot, Rosé Brut, Champagne, France

Henriot is one of those rare, independent Champagne houses that has been owned and managed by an unbroken line of the same family for more than 8 generations since it was founded in 1808.  We continuously taste this bubbly Rosé against all others and hands down, we still love this one.  It has bright red fruit with the right amount of creaminess and is full of flavor.

93 pts Wine Spectator, 93 pts Wine Enthusiast

NV Charles Heidsieck, Brut, Champagne, France

Charles Heidsieck Champagne is one of the most recognized by the profession. Over the past two decades the Cellar Masters have been named Best Sparkling Winemaker of the Year no fewer than 12 times in the International Wine Challenge (IWC).  They use reserve wines when producing this Champagne giving it its gorgeous toasty brioche richness.  The body is full and the finish is long.  This Champagne over-delivers for its price point and we would drink this time and time again!

93 pts Wine Spectator, 92 pts Wine Enthusiast, 90 pts Wine & Spirits

Kick off your holiday season by giving yourself the pure joy of drinking excellent Champagne!