CHAMPAGNE AT ITS BEST

There is nothing quite like champagne. It’s exceptional, effervescent and delicious taste has become synonymous around the world with celebrating, whereas in large groups or in more intimate occasions. If you’re a champagne lover – or would like to become one – join us for this special journey.

At Stahel, Simply Champagne, we seek for small, family-owned, out-of-the-way, environment oriented wineries, where the history, passion, respect and know-how is as interesting as the wine itself. We connect with grape growers whose dedication to quality and sustainable farming practices matches our own. The result? A carefully curated range of the highest quality, award-winning and rare champagnes that we are pleased to offer you.

Our philosophy is simple: Great champagnes discoveries should be shared – especially those unique finds that result from the utmost care of dedicated growers.

Your Simply champagne

Best Sellers

  • Champagne Boever A&S, Carte Blanche, Brut, Grand Cru

    CHF36.50

    Blend of 70% Pinot Noir and 30% Chardonnay. Customers looking for a reliable and solid value every occasion champagne will appreciate Carte Blanche.

  • Champagne Xavier Leconte, Secret de Femme, Brut, Rosé

    CHF44.50

    Typical of Xavier Leconte terroir products, this Rosé champagne is predominantly made of Meunier (80%) complemented with 10% Pinot Noir and 10% Chardonnay.

  • Champagne Bression-Lourdeaux, Brut, Blanc de Blancs

    CHF44.50

    As per every Blanc de blancs, this brut champagne of Bression-Lourdeaux is made of 100% Chardonnay. In a transparent bottle, this champagne will nicely surprise your guests.

  • Champagne Boever A&S, Brut Grand Cru, Millésime 2010

    CHF51.50

    The Millésime 2010 Champagne from Boever A&S is made by blending 50% Pinot Noir grapes with 50% Chardonnay grapes and, just as the Millésime rules dictate, is made only from grapes of an exceptional year.

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Discovery

  • Duo “2 terroirs” – Mixed tasting set of 2 exclusive champagnes

    CHF132.00

    Curious to know more about one of our grower champagne?

    This Duo will make you discover two exclusive champagnes from Xavier Leconte.

  • Trio “Classique” – Mixed tasting set of 3 classic champagnes

    CHF116.50

    You are interested to discover champagnes in general. But you may think you are not an expert and now you wonder which one to choose?

    Our Mixed Trio of classic champagnes is a good option to start.

  • Trio “Xavier Leconte” – Mixed tasting set of 3 champagnes

    CHF132.00

    Curious to know more about the Xavier Leconte champagnes?

    This trio will offer you a a beautiful selection of Xavier Leconte’s classic champagnes.

  • Trio “Colin” – Mixed tasting set of 3 champagnes – Vigneron

    CHF145.90

    Curious to know more about the Colin champagnes?

    This trio will offer you a a beautiful selection of Colin’s classic champagnes.

  • Trio “Millésimes” – Mixed tasting set of 3 millésime champagnes

    CHF133.50

    What is exactly a millésime champagne?

    Each vintage bears the signature of its year. And this one improves over time. Want to go back in time? Try this combination of 2011, 2012 and 2015 vintage champagnes.

  • Trio “Character” – Mixed tasting set of 3 champagnes with character

    CHF157.90

    Curious to try some champagnes with a little more singularity?

    This trio will make you discover slightly different champagnes. Not necessarily reserved for connoisseurs but that you will be able to appreciate in more special circumstances.

  • Trio “Rosé” – Mixed tasting set of 3 Rosé champagnes

    CHF149.50

    Interested to test different rosé champagnes?

    Discover the peculiarities of rosé with this set of 3 very different champagnes.

  • Trio “Blanc de blanc” – Mixed tasting set of 3 Chardonnay champagnes

    CHF163.90

    Interested to know more about Blanc de blanc champagnes?

    Our Mixed Trio option is a great way to find out the characteristics of this single grape variety of champagne. but you will also discover the differences between the regions where they are produced.