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Champagne Review

André Carpentier

Remember how it tastes & makes you pull that face?

Whoops! I bought this for a friend but it snuck out of the cupboard, popped itself and filled my glass up. So, I had to drink it, it’d have been rude not to!

Even though I’m going to have to buy a replacement, I’m glad I snaffled it.  

12% Champagne, Brut
Tesco £24.99

This Champagne commences with a very impressive pop! 

A light, golden coloured Champagne that provides a continuous flurry of bubbles. It fills the mouth with flavour and fizz.  A dry champagne that makes the mouth water, reminiscent of a good old favourite of mine, Wham bars – who remembers these bad boys?

A vigorous Champagne that fizzes right the way down to your belly. Fab for a celebratory gift, or to pop when you have guests.





2 thoughts on “André Carpentier

  1. Wham bars!!! they are a blast from the past – the way they made your teeth stick together and your head explode – oh the chemical rush…. miss them.

    Posted by julio | September 3, 2010, 7:14 pm

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