By Boutique Handbook writers
Want to know where to buy the best champagne online in the UK? Let our round-up be your guide.
From grower champagnes which support local producers, to big name brands you know and love, these online champagne shops are our favourites when it comes to buying fizz.
Where to buy champagne in the UK
The Champagne Company
A great one for presents as well as treating yourself, The Champagne Company might be one of our new favourite websites.
Of course we come for the fizz, but there are also helpful guides to choosing the right champagne whatever the occasion and budget.
And they definitely know what they are talking about, being the largest independent champagne retailer in the UK.
Bottles start from £25
The Finest Bubble
If you live in London get these guys on speed dial, as they deliver champagne to your door within two hours.
Don’t worry if you live outside the capital, they also do nationwide next-day delivery so you won’t miss out.
With a range of 300 champagnes to choose from, and a great selection of cases available, stock up now.
Bottles start from £33
Purveyors of luxury champagne, Clos19 is not just one of our favourites – it’s been recommended by friends many times.
With a great range of collectible limited editions, it’s a great place to head for champagne gifts. And if you’re going all out, check out their magnum section.
Nice touches include their gift cards lined with Japanese silk paper. You can also learn the Art of Hosting on their website, including handy tips like how to chill a bottle quickly.
Bottles start from £29
Experts in grower varieties, French Bubbles wants to showcase champagne to drink all year round, not just for special occasions.
Their website offers advice like how to properly store your champagne, how long to chill it before serving, and what food to pair it with.
Tip: Never put a bottle of champagne in the freezer!
Bottles start from £27
Champagne Route is actually an east London restaurant and online champagne shop in one.
If you live locally, enjoy some delicious takeaway food with your fizz order. Or support the restaurant by buying some of their grower champagne.
With produce from 18 different vineyards to choose from, we love how they tell the story behind their champagnes through the people who run them.
Bottles start from £13.50
This family-run wine merchant stocks big name brands like Bollinger, right down to their very own Tanners champagne and cava range.
You know you’re getting the good stuff, as in addition to selling direct, Tanners supply to upmarket restaurants and hotels.
They also run a Wine In Time Wine Club and offer virtual tasting sessions and events for customers to get involved with.
Bottles start from £23 a bottle
Lea & Sandeman
Award-winning independent wine merchants Lea & Sandeman have five shops in west London, but you can now buy direct through their website.
We love their ethos – selling wines which leave you wanting another glass, not just those that impress at tastings.
With a great selection of champagne and sparkling offers, check out their mixed cases which offer quality and value for money.
Bottles start from £21.95
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