Royal Wedding – Prince William Champagne (with insider’s tasting notes)


Independent drinks manufacturer and distributor, Halewood International, has just launched Prince William Champagne to celebrate Prince William’s upcoming wedding to Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011. They will be releasing a limited edition commemorative label, using the exclusive rights it has to the ‘Prince William’ and ‘Royal Wedding’ trademarks.

Insider’s tasting notes:

“The Champagne is soft and elegant, with a biscuity aroma and generous rounded fruit flavours.”

Besides being aged for over 2 years, Prince William Champagne is made predominantly of Pinot Noir and balanced with a touch of Chardonnay.

This superior quality Champagne was selected by the Chalié Richards buying team and is produced by the BCC Group, the second largest Champagne group, which is made up of Champagne Houses Boizel, Chanoine, De Venoge, Philipponat, Bonnet and Lanson.

Prince William Champagne is expected to retail for £25 and will be distributed by Halewood’s fine wine division, Chalié Richards.

Liz Palmer

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  1. Smart thinking and quick action – a pretty effective combination and such will be the Royal Wedding frenzy in England in a few weeks that this champagne should sell like wild fire – so hat’s off to Halewood. Not sure what they’ll do with any stock left over, mind you.

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