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Top 10 Prestige "Tete de Cuvee" Champagnes 2010

A bottle of Krug Clos D'Ambonnay, a Top 10 Prestige Cuvee Champagne

For bubbly-lovers who don't have to ask "how much?" we have compiled a selection of top-of-the-line Champagnes. Sometimes called “Tête de Cuvée,” prestige, special or deluxe cuvées, these ten bottles are the best money can buy. Of course, every smart purchase doesn't need to be a major investment: Check out our budget and value lists, or for in-between choices, see our mid-range selection.


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Consider these additional options:

- Arlaux
: La Rose Blanche; $230
- Billecart-Salmon: 1990 Grande Cuvée; $125
- Gosset: 1998 Célébris; $125
- Laurent-Perrier: Grand Siècle; $110
- Salon: 1997 Blanc de Blancs; $330
- Charles Heidsieck: 1985 Champagne Charlie; $120
- Deutz: 1995 Cuvée William Deutz; $120
- Krug: N.V. Grande Cuvée Brut; $174
- Krug: N.V. Brut Rosé; $280
- Lanson: 1995 Noble Cuvée; $120
- Louis Roederer: 2002 Cristal; $289
- Louis Roederer: 2000 Cristal Rosé; $505
- Marcel Hemard: 1995 Origine Grand Cru; $130
- Piper-Heidsieck: 1999 Rare Millesime; $250
- Pol Roger: 1995 Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill; $196
- Pommery: 1998 Cuvée Louise Brut; $185

- Vranken: 1999 Diamant Blanc Millesime; $140


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