Chardonnet & Fils, "Réserve" Brut
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Chardonnet & Fils, "Réserve" Brut - NV

Item # 27366 1.5L
$99.96/ Single Bottle
$599.76 $569.77/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

This fine-tuned Champagne makes a grand entrance. A blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, this wine aged on its lees six to seven years. Persistent bubbles carry intense notes of pastry, white pears, and delicate berries. Serve at your next grand gala or family celebration.

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Staff Pick Notes

For those of us who like "good" Champagne! Rich, leesy Champagne and a little bit of a challenge. The time this Champagne spent aging on its lees is very apparent with its rich, full, pervasively nutty toasty taste. It gives it a body and depth that will bring a smile to anyone who appreciates good Champagne. It reminds me of a really good peach cobbler with hints of thyme and beurre noisette!

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Pinot Noir

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