Liébart-Régnier, Brut
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Liébart-Régnier, Brut - NV

Item # 34970 750mL
$44.96/ Single Bottle
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Tasting Notes

A blend based on Meunier with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay to finish. The vines grow on chalk and clay-based soils that were planted generations ago in the 1960s. The style of the Liébart-Régnier Champagnes are welcoming. A Brut that's giving on the palate, showing complex brioche toast character on the palate and an ideal complement before dinner.

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Staff Pick Notes

This lovely Brut is a true grower Champagne made by three generations of the Liebart-Regnier family. With just ten hectares, the family makes seven wines, my favorite being the Brut NV. It's Pinot Meunier-heavy (a bit of a rarity in the Champagne world), bringing sweet spice and some savory notes to the blend. The Pinot Meunier is joined by usual suspects Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, becoming a well-balanced, dry wine with classic brioche toastiness and soft yellow fruit. A wonderful, approachable, and incredibly affordable Champagne for all occasions.

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