Find a Store

About Us

Contact Us

Click & Collect

Track Order

Only $150.00 away from FREE Local Delivery! Does my suburb qualify?


For many people, champagne is the epitome of luxury. The distinctive golden-hued wine is associated with celebrations and special occasions, and its unique bubbles have been the subject of countless poems and songs. It is made using a specific type of grape, and the wine undergoes a second fermentation process to create the signature bubbles. Champagne is often considered to be the highest quality sparkling wine, and it is usually more expensive than other types of bubbly. Whether you are celebrating a special occasion or simply enjoying a glass of something special, a champagne is sure to add a touch of class.

Check out The Best Champagne & Sparkling Wines for the Festive Season

Showing all 22 results

About Champagnes:

There are few things more festive than popping a bottle of Champagne. Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply enjoying a glass of bubbly, Champagne is always a welcome addition. But what exactly is Champagne? And what sets it apart from other sparkling wines?

What are the different types of Champagne?

There are three main types of Champagne: Brut, Blanc de Blancs, and Blanc de Noirs. Brut Champagnes are the most common type and are made with a blend of both red and green grapes. Blanc de Blancs Champagnes are made exclusively with green grapes, while Blanc de Noirs Champagnes are made with red grapes. The type of Champagne you choose should be based on your personal preferences. If you like a dryer, less sweet Champagne, then Brut is a good choice. If you prefer a sweeter Champagne, then Blanc de Blancs or Blanc de Noirs might be more to your liking. Ultimately, the best way to find out which type of Champagne you like best is to experiment and try them all!

Where does Champagne come from?

Champagne originates from the Champagne region of France. The wine is made using a traditional method known as Méthode Champenoise. It involves a second fermentation taking place in the bottle itself. This second fermentation creates the bubbles that are characteristic of Champagne. The wine is then aged for a minimum of 15 months, during which time it undergoes a rigorous quality control process. Only wines that meet the stringent standards of the Champagne region are given the prestigious designation of Champagne. As a result, Champagne is highly coveted and often seen as a symbol of luxury and celebration.

How should I serve Champagne?

When it comes to serving champagne, there are a few key things to keep in mind. First, be sure to chill the champagne before serving. This will help to retain the bubbly texture and prevent the wine from going flat. Next, use a clean glass for each pour. Champagne glasses should be tall and narrow, with a long stem to prevent the heat from your hand from warming the wine. Finally, when pouring champagne, be sure to tilt the glass and pour slowly. This will help to preserve the bubbles and prevent spillage. 

What’s the best temperature for Champagne?

The ideal temperature for serving Champagne is 8-10 degrees Celsius, which means anything colder, and they numb our taste buds or warm up too much so there’s not enough flavour left behind. Also, do not chill a bottle in the freezer beforehand as this takes away some of its fizziness.

What’s the most popular Champagne? 

The most popular Champagne is the Brut champagne. It accounts for around two-thirds of all Champagne sales. Brut champagne is dry, with less than 1% sugar content. It is made from a blend of different grape types, typically including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier. Champagnes are often given as gifts, so many people are not familiar with the different types.

Join now and save

Who does not love champagne? The light, bubbly drink is perfect for celebrating any occasion, and at Bayfield’s, we want you to be able to enjoy it without breaking the bank. That is why we offer a membership program that gives you access to exclusive discounts on champagnes and other products. So why wait? Sign up today and start saving on the champagnes you love.