Cuvée D Brut S.A. Jèroboam Cassa Legno

Champagne

Cuvée D Brut S.A. Jèroboam Cassa Legno

01S.300.470CB1.SA
323.77

Description

Cuvée D Brut
Pinot Noir 55 % - Chardonnay 45 %
Origin: Pinot noir from the Côte des Bar, Chardonnay from the Côte des Blancs and Montgueux from the Côte des Bar.
Aging in the cellar: minimum 5 years for bottles and minimum 7 years for magnums.
TASTING NOTES
A beautiful golden yellow color with a delicate and persistent perlage.
White flower and delicate spices appear first on the nose, sweetened by toasted notes, brioche and vanilla on the finish.
The softness of Pinot Noir and the elegance of Chardonnay.
Freshness with notes of mandarin and orange zest. A deliciously fresh and creamy champagne of great persistence.
Key aromas: brioche with a crunchy crust, vanilla, white flower.

Product Details

Bottle Size
3 L
Package
Wooden Case
Color
Sparkling
Main Grape Variety
Pinot Noir
Appellation
Champagne
Country
France
District
Aube
Region
Champagne
Municipality
Hameau de Villeneuve
Type of Champagne
Brut
James Suckling
93
Wine Spectator
90
Wine Enthusiast
90
Decanter
97
Jancis Robinson
16,0
Grape Variety 2
Chardonnay

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