Top drawer Champagne for the price of good Kiwi Methode traditionelle.
“You will struggle to find a better value Champagne than Henri Dubois. A complex, interesting Champagne at a sharp price.” | Paul Tudor MW
FIVE STARS 94/100 | Sam Kim, Wine Orbit “Opulent and gratifying, this is a fabulous rendition of richer style Champagne"
Metro Top 50 Wines of 2019, 2018 and 2017
Founded in 1869, and produced in Epernay by G.H. Martel & Co, the largest family producer in Champagne. 4th generation winemakers, the Rapenau family own 8 individual Champagne Houses and together they are the 6th largest Champagne producer internationally. Drawing on such vast resources they are able to craft this excellent quality Champagne at an extremely competitive price.
If you fancy the chance to drink Champagne for the same price as good Kiwi Methode, it's time to wake up and smell the coffee. We have picked up a small parcel of the highly awarded Champagne Henri Dubois and it's now under the $45 mark with the Advintage advantage. It is sensational value - an elegant and refined style with mouthfilling richness and underlying power.
Henri Dubois has made Metro's hotly contested Top 50 Wines of the Year for the last 3 years running. Snooze and you'll lose.
Henri Dubois is a blend of 65% Pinot Noir, 20% Chardonnay and 15% Pinot Meunier
Sam Kim writes "94/100. Opulent and gratifying, this is a fabulous rendition of richer style Champagne displaying citrus, baked apple, acacia and yeasty characters on the nose. The palate is powerful and graceful, and delivers layers of attractive flavours and silky texture, brilliantly supported by crisp acidity. The length is terrific."
“You will struggle to find a better value Champagne than Henri Dubois. The fruit is restrained, more honey and floral notes, some secondary characters, such as brioche, nougat perhaps. But for me the highlight is the palate – which is textural and seamless. A complex, interesting Champagne at a sharp price.” Paul Tudor, Master of Wine