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Top 10 Prestige "Tete de Cuvee" Champagnes 2011

A bottle of Champagne Perrier-Jouet 2004 Belle Epoque Brut, one of our Top 10 Prestige Cuvees

Representing the finest output from the most renowned Champagne houses across the fabled French region, Prestige, or "Tête de Cuvée," Champagnes are envied for their exclusivity as much as their taste. However, there is a reason the luxurious libations on our list are so sought after — derived only from the best vines and then aged to perfection under the watchful eye of expert winemakers, prestige cuvées deliver premium flavors that no other sparkling wine can approximate. While some of the sparklers on our list will cost you more than a thousand dollars, most can be found for $300 or less, making them perfect for holiday dinners, anniversaries and other special occasions.


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Consider these additional options:

- Ayala: 2002 Cuvée Perle D'Ayala Millésimé Brut; $160
- Billecart-Salmon: 1996 Grande Cuvée; $250
- Charles Heidsieck: 1995 Blanc des Millénaires; $200
- Deutz: 1998 Cuvée William Deutz; $166
- G.H. Mumm: 1998 Brut R. Lalou Cuvée Prestige; $150
- Gosset: 2003 Célébris Rosé; $160
- Henriot: 1998 Cuvée des Enchanteleurs; $200
- Krug: NV Grande Cuvée Brut; $139
- Lanson: 1998 Noble Cuvée Brut; $125
- Laurent-Perrier: Grand Siècle; $150
- Louis Roederer: 2004 Cristal; $229
- Louis Roederer: 2004 Cristal Rosé; $509
- Philipponnat: 1999 Clos des Goisses; $139
- Piper-Heidsieck: 2002 Rare Millésimé; $250
- Pol Roger: 1999 Cuvée Sir Winston Churchill; $240
- Pommery: 1999 Cuvée Louise Brut; $115
- Salon: 1997 Blanc de Blancs Le Mesnil; $250
- Vranken: 1999 Diamant Blanc Millesime; $135


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