Best Champagne 2020: The woman&home taste test

Send off 2020 in style with a bottle of the best Champagne you can, because nothing says ‘Let’s celebrate’ like the pop of a cork.

Pommery Brut Royal
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Whether you use it to toast your Christmas breakfast, alongside your Christmas dinner, or just as a tipple throughout the jolly season, there’s something special about the popping of a Champagne cork.  

You want to buy the best Champagne you can afford and that’s why we are here to help. As the woman&home Christmas Taste Test proved, the best Champagne doesn’t always mean the biggest price tag or brand. As with any wine, individual preferences will play an important role in deciding what the best Champagne is for you and your loved ones. From bottles that are creamy and biscuity to others that are dry and refreshing, there’s sure to be at least one you want to buy.    

 Best Champagne 2020:  The winners  

Les Pionniers NV ChampagneWoman&Home Best Buys

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M&S Delacourt Brut ChampagneWoman&Home Best Buys

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Best Champagne of 2020: The honourable mentions 

These bottles didn’t get a spot in our Taste Test selection but they are certainly worth talking about! From award-winning supermarket-own labels to big brands you know and love, these are our best Champagnes for 2020. 

Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut

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Pommery Brut Royal

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Sainsbury's Taste the Difference Blanc de Noirs Brut Champagne

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Morrisons Adrien Chop Brut Champagne:

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Lidl Comte de Senneval Brut Champagne

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Waitrose Brut Champagne:

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Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut NV: £37

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Asda Extra Special Louis Bernard Premier Cru Brut Champagne

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