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Delouvin-Nowack, Extra Selection, Brut Millésime - 2008

Item # 37006 750mL
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Delouvin-Nowack is a small grower located in the village of Vandières in the heart of the Marne Valley of Champagne. This vintage bottling is one for the ages so tuck away several bottles in your cellar to watch this wine flourish. Aromas are generous, fennel, apricots and teh structure is generous. Pair with aged Parmesan and you have an incredible match to share at your next gathering.


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