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Champagne Gosset - CELEBRIS Bottle 2007

Champagne Gosset - Celebris Bottle 2007

Type Sparkling
Grapes Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier
Country/Region France, Champagne
Food pairing Meat, Fish, Shellfish, Pork, Cheese, Soft cheese
Vintage 2007
Alcohol 12.5%
Product number: 231907
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The bubbles are fine and rise in a thin and persistent ribbon. The nose is fresh with smoky and hazelnut aromas also revealing minty, even slightly spicy notes. A fine tension on the palate with notes of brioche. The delightful sharpness of Chardonnay reappears on the finish with a hint of pink grapefruit.

This Cuvée, created in 1993, is the culmination of Gosset style and immediately joined other high-end champagnes in its class. A beautifully complex and structured wine aged for a minimum of 10 years in the cellar comments Odilon de Varine. The famous CELEBRIS bottle is an exact replica of an antique bottle dating back to the 18th century.

About Champagne Gosset
Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne. It was founded in Aÿ in 1584 by Pierre Gosset an alderman and wine-grower who made mostly red wines. In the 18th century Gosset joined their neighbours and began to make the sparkling wines for the first time. It was at this time that the house adopted the unique antique flask-shaped bottle that is still used today. Gossets wines are characterised by their purity and expressiveness. Grapes come mainly from premier and grand cru vineyards surrounding Epernay and their winemaking style is characterised by minimal intervention, extended ageing and no malolactic fermentation. Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are the houses focus. Gosset Ranked 4th Best Champagne House (among 50) by the highly acclaimed Revue du Vin de France.

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