Camille Savès, Grand Brut Millésime
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Camille Savès, Grand Brut Millésime - 2012

Item # 31796 750mL
$71.99/ Single Bottle
$863.88 $820.69/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

A small, family-run estate in the Grand Cru of Bouzy. A very rich style of Champagne and coming from this vintage, all the more. Aromas of apricots and cherries with great minerals and texture.

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Staff Pick Notes

This is why I keep coming back to “Grower Champagnes”! What a powerhouse, what a seductress! An oxidative style much like Bollinger or Fleury. The Camille Savès, Grand Brut Millésime is fermented in large wood tanks like a Vilmart or a Krug giving it a weight, structure and roundness typically reserved for top tier cuvees. In addition, it is single vintage and very age worthy but as delicious as this champagne is, I don't think I can hold out for too long… I think I might need to buy a case!

- OW

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