Roses and Champagne

Champagne & Roses

Order Champagne and Roses for Unforgettable Celebrations.

Indulge in an unforgettable celebration with our exquisite selection of Moet & Chandon, Veuv Cliquot, and Pommery Champagne combined with stunning roses. Elevate any special occasion with the perfect pairing of luxury and romance.

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Order roses with Champagne

Our florists always have beautiful, fresh roses of the very best quality in stock. The Bottle of Champagne is sent to the florist from our central warehouse. The florist will then ensure that the bottle of Champagne is delivered together with roses on the day of delivery. So you can order a bouquet of roses and Champagne with peace of mind via Flowers.NL.

Where can I order a bunch of roses with a bottle of champagne?

Wherever you live in the Netherlands, you can order a bouquet of roses together with a bottle of Champagne quickly and easily through us! Thanks to the collaboration with our local florists - the Fleurop florist around the corner - that bouquet of roses with champagne is delivered in no time. You can order a bouquet of roses with Champagne and have it delivered via our website. The composition, packaging and delivery is then done by the local florist at the destination. Delivery is even made personally to your door!

When will the bouquet of roses and Champagne be delivered?

That depends entirely on the day on which you want the roses and Champagne to be with the recipient. Order a bouquet for same day delivery and the bottle of champagne will not arrive until the next working day. If you want the Roses and Champagne to be delivered at the same time, order in time. To ensure that the Champagne arrives at our florist in time, we need approximately 1-3 working days.

Can I order roses & Champagne and have it delivered?

Yes. We deliver our roses & champagne to any address in the Netherlands. Delivery is possible throughout the week, except on Sundays and public holidays (except Mother's Day and Valentine's Day).

More about Champagne

Champagne is the perfect drink for every occasion and every party. Champagne is originally from France. Sparkling wines that do not come from the Champagne region may not officially be called champagne. Read all about the best-known champagne brands that certainly come from the region of the same name!

Our Champagne brands:


You have certainly heard of it, because it is the most beloved champagne brand in the world: Moët & Chandon. This brand is almost 300 years old and is still an icon of success and glamour. It all started with founder Claude Moët's vision to turn a fine yet unknown regional wine into one of the favorites across Europe. Towards the end of the 18th century, Jean-Rémy Moët, grandson of founder Claude Moët, became famous as the man who introduced champagne to the world. Read all about Moët & Chandon!


Veuve Clicquot has been a household name in France for over 200 years. It was the first champagne brand to be managed by a woman and Madame Clicquot was the first modern businesswoman here to make Veuve Clicquot a world-renowned champagne brand. Madame Clicquot was willing to take risks and expand her business to all corners of the world. She improved production techniques and devised a way to make the champagne clearer: 'table de remuage'. Read more about Veuve Clicquot!


Champagne brand Pommery was founded in 1836 by Louise Pommery. She was also the initiator behind the first brut champagne ever, which saw the light of day in 1874 thanks to the skills of winemaker Victor Lambert. During her travels to England, Madame Pommery noticed that the tastes of the English elite were changing and favoring lighter and less sweet wines. The first brut was created. Read all about the champagne brand Pommery!

Do you want to buy the best Champagne?

Are you looking for a good tasty champagne? View our beautiful range of Champagnes and find the Champagne that suits your taste. It is good to check which Champagne types there are: basically there are two common variants: Champagne Brut and Champagne Demi Sec. The Champagne brut is the most drunk version in the Netherlands, and has a fresh and dry taste. Do you prefer a sweet Champagne? Then the Champagne demi sec is a good alternative, these elegant Champagnes contain slightly more residual sugar, making the taste sweeter.

What is Champagne?

Champagne can be labeled as the most leading and prestigious sparkling wine in the world. Champagne is a sparkling wine made in the Champagne wine region of the same name in northeastern France. Only in this specific area, defined by French law, Champagne may be made. Three grape varieties are used to make Champagne: pinot meunier, pinot noir and chardonnay. The winemaker can choose to use one grape for his Champagne, or a variation of different grapes. All Champagnes receive a second fermentation in the bottle, which brings the festive bubbles into the Champagne.

What types of champagne are there?

Want to buy nice cheap Champagne online? We understand that the choice is sometimes difficult. From rosé champagne and vintage champagne to brut champagne and champagne demi sec: there are many varieties for good cheap Champagne. In addition to the differences in taste that are called Brut or Demi Sec, there is sometimes also a difference in color. For example, the winemaker can choose to give the Champagne a nice color and thus make rosé Champagne. So both in taste and color there are many Champagne types from which to choose.

What is the difference between Cava and Champagne?

The main difference between cava and Champagne is the origin. Champagne can only be made in the Champagne region of France, while Cava can be made in all of Spain. The taste is of course also different, due to the differences in climate and the different grapes used for this.

Looking for tasty cheap Champagne?

Are there good cheaper alternatives to, for example, Belaire Champagne, Mumm Champagne, Lanson Champagne, Mercier Champagne, Champagne Veuve Durand and Champagne Moët et Chandon? Secure! Of course there are good cheap Champagne alternatives. Champagne can only be made in the Champagne region, and is therefore generally a bit more expensive.