Fri, Sat 12:00–02:00
Masterclasses at Épernay
Our champagne masterclasses are tailored to give you a deeper understanding of the history, the prestige and the diversity of the finest sparkling wines on the planet. Our Sommeliers can not only help you to bring the flavours of each glass to life, but can add a rich history to the many champagne houses who call us home
Our introductory course is a fantastic starting point for any champagne enthusiast. Learn how to identify flavours and understand the techniques that go into production to create these diverse tastes. Learn about the history of champagne and how it is now produced under a strict A.O.C. rules. 4 different champagnes and your own private Sommelier
Our advanced champagne masterclass will look in depth at the history of champagne. Experience 6 different champagnes including additional learning on Rosé champagnes and delve into the world of vintages and how these special years create the very best 0.1% of all sparkling wines. 6 different champagnes including 1 rose and 1 vintage, your own private Sommelier Plus our famous le grande board of french meats and cheeses
Drinks Packages for parties
Enjoy a glass of our multi-award winning house champagne from Palmer & Co as well as our special in-house creation, Bonbon cocktail. This easy going, tasty package is a must have for all you party-goers with a jam-packed evening ahead of you.
We know you can get peckish! With that in mind, we have carefully created this delicious package where you can enjoy a glass of our beautiful house champagne from Palmer & Co, and a glass of our best- selling cocktail, Bonbon. With this you get to enjoy a Le Grand Board (1 board between every 4 guests). This is the perfect option for guests looking to spend some quality time together with gorgeous food and drink to add to the company.
It wouldn't be a celebration if there wasn't the opportunity to splash out! Treat your guests to an evening they won't forget with our diamond package. Enjoy one glass of Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Brut champagne, one glass of our champagne punch and the must-try Le Grand Board (1 between 4 guests). This package is guaranteed to make your guests smile and the whole party can enjoy a wonderful evening with premium quality champagne to suit
Champagne, Prosecco and English Sparkling are served by 125ml glass
The unofficial capital of Champagne, kicking off it's celebratory heritage with countless coronations over hundreds of years, as well as more champagne producers than you can shake a Jeroboam at.
Palmer & Co
The best Champagne you've never heard of
Bruno Paill Ard
A relative newbie, it wasn't until 1981 Bruno Paillard sold his Jaguar to found his Maison. He says 'it takes three generations to create a house, but there some advantages starting three centuries after everyone else
Taittinger is one of the last great independent Champagne Houses owned and actively managed by the family named on the label. The family are guardians of Taittinger's style, quality and integrity
In 1805 in an era when women were excluded from the business world, Madame Clicquot dared to assume the head of the company. We think she did a pretty good job and we're sure you will too
Family-owned and rocking an impressive holding of their own high quality vineyards, Roederer have produced some of the most well known cuvées in Champagne
Producing classic wines in a unique style; Krug has a surprisingly progressive approach when it comes to it's multi-vintage cuvées. Simply put, Krug is the King of Champagnes
Our namesake and the true heart of Champagne. Some of the most well known and prestigious houses have their cellars below the Avenue de Champagne, which is one of the most beautiful streets in the world
A top-league traditional house. Is one of a handful of houses to make wine in oak, giving the wines a toasty complexity
Champagne's greatest love story. P-J has built a reputation based on its excellent Grand Cru chardonnay vineyards in both Avize and Cramant on the Côte des Blancs
Credited as (with a little poetic licence) the founding father of champagne, the wine here could certainly be considered the 'daddy' of all prestige cuvées: "Come quickly I am tasting the stars"
The Aristocrat of Épernay and purveyors of pure pleasure. Rumour has it Churchill himself drank 40,000 bottles of Pol Roger in his lifetime; "Remember... it's not just France we are fighting for, it's Champagne!"
Besserat de Bellefon
An experience best described as silky, Besserat produces some smooth, culinary numbers that are absolute champions with a cheeseboard
The smallest of Champagne's three great towns is, nonetheless, home to some of its most well known cellars
Bollinger's elegant little sister and famously the old Queen Mum's favourite. Now made by one of champagne's few female chefs de cave. Low dosage makes for a champagne with laser-like focus
The big sister and Mr Bond's favourite. Renowned for its quality winemaking and full body. Absolutely fabulous
According to Wikipedia nothing interesting has ever happened in Champillon, we disagree because the champagne is magnificent!
Autréau de Champillon
Not your average blanc de blancs. The Autréau family have flourished on the heights of Champillon since 1670 by producing wines with a subtle alliance of tradition and modernity
This village is widely considered the best Premier Cru village in Champagne, what do you think?
One of our favourite producers around today, their house style demands attention and focus on the integrity of the fruit, freshness and acidity
Grand Cru village in the Côte des Blancs. Avize supplies grapes to some of the best known houses but is also home to some smaller treasures
Erick de Sousa produces a cuvée of late ripening grapes developing a rich, pure style of wine which is only enhanced by fantastic bio-dynamic practices, closely guarded old-vines and unfiltered final bottling
Another Grand Cru Village. Technically the village is in the Vallée de la Marne but the vineyards are very much a part of the terroir of the Montagne de Reims: all about that Pinot Noir
Bernard de Nonancourt brought the house back from the brink after fighting in the French Resistance during WWII. His legacy lives on through his daughters who manage the house today. Vive la France!
Le Mesnil-sur-Oger produces the chardonnay for some of the finest and rarest Blanc de Blancs around
Founded way back in 1760 and chardonnay's most dedicated advocate. Delightfully elegant yet tantalisingly rich
Don't feel like Champagne? These sparkling wines have been selected for their exceptional quality and are all made using traditional method techniques
The lighter delicate cousin of Champagne
The master of South African sparkling wines, his focus is on Pinot Noir & Chardonnay from the Robertson & Stellenbosch regions which gives his sparkling wines the perfect balance of fruit and minerality
This producer is the Godfather of Prosecco production. Three generations of the family are making wine in the region, we have selected their only Prosecco that uses the traditional method
Josef Chromy is a true success story based on hard work, experience and commitment to creating quality wine. Since arriving in Australia as a refugee from Soviet-occupied Czechslovakia, he has been a major proponent on the Tasmanian wine scene
In 1902 Giulio Ferrari, and his dream of creating a wine in Trentino capable of competing with the best French Champagnes was born
Is a family-run, single-estate vineyard in the South Downs. English sparkling is one of the rising stars in the sparkling wine category and this winery is one of our favourites
Champagne is served by 125ml glass.
Palmer & Co Brut Réserve, Seasonal Fruit.Our punch changes on the reg; ask the gang for today's recipe
Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, Beefeater, Citrus, Gin Botanicals. Coming straight outta Vendôme and named after a French field gun; this drinks like a champagne Tom Collins
Perrier-Jouët Grand Brut, Plymouth Sloe Gin, Citrus, Jasmine Honey. When Pierre-Nicolas Perrier met Rose Adélaide Jouët they started making their own champagne; working with your partner can be difficult but they'd both agree on this one!
Palmer & Co Brut Réserve, Rose infused Cocchi Rosa, Pink Grapefruit.Roses, Rosé and the pinkest of grapefruits combine to create the one spritz to rule them all.
Palmer & Co Brut Réserve, Goslings, Ginger, Lime. Champagne makes everything better. Fact. So we've fired up the classic Dark & Stormy with our house bubbles. Classy, boozy and refreshing.
Palmer & Co Brut Réserve, Bacardi Heritage, Rhum Agricole, Pineapple, Coconut.Officially the best drink in the UK; Champagne Coladas are so hot right now. Big love to Coupette gang for letting us showcase this in the North. Chris Moore, nous t'aimons!
Midori, Citrus, Whites, Green.Tony's exported his riff on the 80's favourite melony classic to (nearly) every continent.If anyone's heading up an Arctic expedition soon, we'll do you one to go.
Bacardi Carta Blanca, Wray & Nephew, Lime, Banana. Joey threatened to quit if we didn't do a banana drink. May or may not be one of your five a day. Sweet, citrusy and velvety smooth.
Portobello Road Gin, Port, Blue WKD, Citrus. For some of us a Cheeky Vimto was our first tentative steps into the big world of booze. Now we're a bit older and more refined we've made a drink to reflect that.
Absolut Vanilia, Passionfruit, Butterscotch, Whites, Marshmallow. This drink's reputation precedes it.
Star of Bombay, Sustainable Cordial. We make our own tasty little cordial that's sort of halfway between a limoncello and a champagne. Then we add gin. Bang tidy.
Remy Martin VSOP, Orchard Fruits, Citrus. You can't spell classic without class. We've upped the fruity flavours of this citrusy sipper for year round classy drinking.
Absolut Raspberry Vodka, Sweetie Liqueur, Gabriel Boudier Strawberry Liqueur, Lemonade.Remember Woolworth's? Like that trip to the pick 'n' mix only you need to be over 18.
Seasonal Fruits, Aromatised Wine, Sustainable Cordial, Soda. The drink that invented the straw. A refreshing sophisticated take on the Mojito's great granddad.
Havana 3, Mint, Lime, Cane Sugar, Soda. Ey it's hot out isn't it? Minty, rummy, cloudy limeade. Ultimate refreshment.
Jin-Dea Tea Gin, Aperol, Rhubarb, Hip Hop, Ginger Ale. Rhubarb and Ginger. And Gin. And inexplicably: Hip Hop.
Ocho Tequila, Campari, Citrus Sherbet. A flavour trip to Jalisco with a layover in candyland. We do a lovely grapefruit and orange sherbet and add a drop of Campari for a candied blood-orange vibe.
Jazz Apple Chivas 12, Calvados, Peach, Apple Fizz. Grown up Appletiser. Sounds healthy. Probably isn't.
Jameson Caskmates, Vanilla, Maple, Chocolate Tea. A tribute to my Nana: Always ready with a cup of tea, a biscuit and the occasional whiskey - Joey
Absolut Vanilia, Espresso, Bepi Tosolini Expre. The late great Dick Bradsell knocked this one up for a 'she who must not be named' model. Designed to wake you up and shake you up, wait that's not right is it?
Three Rivers Gin, Vermouth, Olive. We make an absolute banger of a Dirty Martini with olive infused gin and brined vermouth. Try it. Love it. Want a normal Martini? No problem we do a banging one of those as well.
Zacapa XO, Coffee Vermouth, Velvet Falernum. It is the year 2058. Love is illegal. All food is in pill form. Rum is the only currency. We have tasted the future. It is Tiki.
Woodford Reserve, Demerara, Aromatic Bitters, Orange. The 19th century is on the phone. They want their drink back. But they can't have it back. It's ours now.
Ketel One Vodka, Tomato, Spice, Umami. Yes it's got tomato juice in it. No it's still definitely delicious. How you ask? *whisper* Mixology. We can make this one with gin if you'd prefer or even a cheeky sherry if you're feeling adventurous.
Colombard, Ugni Blanc, Cotes De Gasconge, France
Macabeo, Chardonnay, Aragon, Spain
Chenin Blanc, Viognier, Western Cape, South Africa
Picpoul de Pinet, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Torrontes, Cafayate Valley, Argentina
Viura, Malvasia, Tempranillo Blanco, Rioja Blanco, Spain
Loureiro, Arinto, Trajdura, Vinho Verde, Portugal
Riesling, Haus Klosterberg, Mosel, Germany
Sauvignon Blanc, Marlborough, New Zealand
Pinot Grigio, Alto Adige, Italy
Pinot Grigio, Sicily, Italy
Grenache, Languedoc-Roussillon, France
Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cotes De Gascogne, France
Tempranillo, Garnacha, Aragon, Spain
Sangiovese, Canaiolo, Ciliegiolo, Tuscany, Italy
Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, Veneto, Italy
Shiraz, Mourvedre, Western Cap, South Africa
Tempranillo, Graciano, Rioja, Spain
Pinot Noir, Marlborough, New Zealand
Malbec, Uco Valley, Argentina
Single: £4 | Double: £6 | Mixer: £0.50
Seedlip Spice 94, Fever Tree Tonic, Grapefruit
Seedlip Garden, Fever Tree Tonic, Cucumber
Strawberry, Pomegranate, Demerera Syrup, Apple, Lime
Seedlip Spice 94, Watermelon, Citric Acid, Sugar, Whites, Soda
Seedlip Garden, Elderflower Cordial, Mint, Cucumber
Afternoon Tea Packages
Enjoy a wonderfully delectable selection of sweet and savoury treats for your pleasure. Starting with a Parisian ham, cheese and béchamel croissant, a cheese and tomato quiche and topped off with the most beautiful & heavenly sweet treats selection in the city. Served with a selection of teas provided by a local supplier, Tea from the Manor, based in Manchester.
Enjoy a wonderfully delectable selection of sweet and savoury treats for your pleasure. Starting with a Parisian ham, cheese and béchamel croissant, a cheese and tomato quiche and topped off with the most beautiful & heavenly sweet treats selection in the city. Served with a selection of teas provided by a local supplier, Tea from the Manor, based in Manchester & served with a glass of our signature house champagne, Palmer & Co Brut.
Enjoy a wonderfully delectable selection of sweet and savoury treats for your pleasure. Starting with a Parisian ham, cheese and béchamel croissant, a cheese and tomato quiche and topped off with the most beautiful & heavenly sweet treats selection in the city. Served with a selection of teas provided by a local supplier, Tea from the Manor, based in Manchester & but served with a glass of one of our premium champagnes. Go on, treat yourself! Choose from Pol Roger Brut or Laurent- Perrier demi-sec
with Pancetta, Parmesan & Herb Croutons
with Char Grilled Artichokes, & Balsamic Shallots on a Bed of Rocket
with a Mint & Yoghurt Dressing
with Spring Onion & Sweet Chilli
served on Hoi Sin Vegetable Noodles
with Manchego Shavings
with Sourdough Crostini
with Feta & Sun Blushed Tomatoes
served with a Greek Salad of Tomatoes, Cucumber and Red Onion
with honey & lemon dressing
with Herbed Pastry
with Cherry, Almond & Watercress Salad
Olive & Mini Mozzarella Salad with Pesto Dressing
with Baby Potato, Caper & Dill Salad
with Purple Potatoes, Quail Eggs & Anchovies
served on a bed of Potato, Dill & Gherkin
Creamy Rice Pudding flavoured with Lemon
with Edible Flowers
Crushed Meringue, Whipped Cream & Strawberries - drizzled with cassis
with Balsamic Strawberries
with a Rich Dark Chocolate Sauce
A mixture of French and British cheese accompanied with crackers, grapes, chutney and cornichons
A mixture of French and British cured meat accompanied with bread, salted butter, grapes and cornichons
A mixture of French and British cheeses and meat accompanied with a choice of pâtè, olives, crackers, bread, salted butter, grapes, chutney and cornichons
Made with mushroom and garlic, served with toasted bread and salted butter
Made with Mediterranean tomatoes and basil, served with toasted bread and oil
Booked a table for saturday evening but the place was totally closed. No signa of life at all very dissapointing.