Prince William Champagne Commemorative Label - a Royal Keepsake by The Champagne Company

Prince William Champagne Brut NV has just been released as a commemorative keepsake and in celebration of the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton on the 29th April 2011, England.

London, United Kingdom, April 13, 2011 --( The Royal Wedding of the year is nearly upon us and if trinkets and mugs are not really your thing, then a bottle of Prince William Royal Wedding Commemorative Non Vintage Champagne may just hit the spot.

Aside from being a celebratory bottle of bubbly, this is a limited edition commemorative label by the UK’s oldest wine merchant, Chalié Richards, using the exclusive rights it has to both the Prince William and Royal Wedding trademarks.

The juice itself has been made by two main producers Alexander Bonnet and Charles Ellner; The Champagne Company are retailing this limited edition commemorative label Champagne produced by the Champagne House Charles Ellner at £24.95.

The Champagne is a soft and elegant champagne with a biscuity aroma and generous rounded fruit flavours. Aged for over 2 years, the cépage is 50% Pinot Meunier, 20% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay; the wine has been left on it’s lees with a late disgorgement giving fuller, more complex flavours and intensity.

The Champagne Company
Nat Duffy