Champagne Jacquart is hoping to put even more fizz into the UK drinks market with the launch of Cuvée Brut de Nominée. A new addition to the company's growing list of champagnes sold on British soil, the new boy is made from equal amounts of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes and is set to retail at around £34.99. Jacquart said the grapes used were grown exclusively in the best Grand Crus districts of Champagne with the wines aged for at least four years. Richard Dailly, Jacquart's Chef de Cave, said the Champagne had citrus fruit aromas with hints of peach, melon and pear. {{DRINKS }}