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French Champagne Online

From the historical province of Champagne — a wine region in the northeast of France — comes a sparkling wine of the same name.

The grapes Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay are used to produce almost all French Champagne, although there are small amounts of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris (which is called Fromenteau in Champagne), and Arbane and Petit Meslier are vinified as well.

French Champagne Brands

data-mce-fragment="1">There are currently 58 unique offers in our French Champagne category at Norman Goodfellows, which you can browse from best-selling, alphabetically, or by price and so on.

Sophistication is guaranteed when you’re pouring French Champagne (and the status of your event is sure to match), so forgive us as we name-drop the mentions of only the best French champagne brands that we stock for you:

• Barons de Rothschild
• Dom Perignon
• Krug Vintage
• Moet & Chandon
• Perrier Jouet
• Pol Roger Brut Reserve
• Taittinger
• Veuve Clicquot

…and so many more!

Can we pick a favourite? We’re thankful that we don’t have to! What’s important to us is that we’ve got the best French champagne for sale on offer that you might be looking for.

Order online and check out the products available

Our stock of French Champagne is available to you at one of our branches, or here through our online store. And if you know someone who would like to browse for their own tastes, a Gift Card is a sure-win — all year round!

FAQs

Why can Champagne only come from France?

An appellation is a legally defined and protected geographical indication primarily used to identify where the grapes for a wine were grown, which is why anything called Champagne has to be a Champagne from France (from the actual region in France).

What is Champagne not from France called?

Sparkling wine

Where to buy French Champagne?