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Champagne Review

Piper Heidsieck

Bit of a let down.

I bought this when it was on a special offer, £18, I think, in ASDA. 

Piper Heidsieck
12% Champagne, Brut
£28.99
 

Taste wise it definitely isn’t worth the full-whack price.  Even at the cut price it’s pushing its luck.

I drank it all; it was OK. Quite an ordinary Champagne, not that I had any idea Champers could ever be ordinary.

Unremarkable flavour, colour and fizz. Unimpressive, but not disgusting; a bit like a vegetarian sunday roast, or a dead bunch of flowers.

Thus 1/5

 

 

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