Aubry, Brut
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Aubry, Brut - NV

Item # 15000 750mL

n this wine Aubry makes a great case for Champagne's historic varieties, which include little-known Petit Meslier, Arbanne, and Fromenteau. These grapes make up just five percent of the classic blend of Pinots Meunier and Noir with Chardonnay. This elegant wine is copper-laden and snappy with mineraled classic depth, light floral honey aromas, and dark notes of crackers, toasted bread, and pepper.

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Ah yes, the Aubry brothers! A dynamic duo out to prove that “Only big houses can produce great Champagne,” is a mantra that’s pure horseradish! Using only premier cru plots and indigenous (but widely forgotten) varietals, they create distinctive Champagne year after year. A bouquet fit for breakfast, warm biscuits and light honey with white flowers in a small vase. The palate is full of savory secondary fermentation notes, toasted sourdough, cracked pepper, and refreshing lemon zest. With a slam bang finish and acidity that’s just firecrackers. So if you’re in a fix and don’t want to pop yet another bottle of Veuve, call upon the Aubry brothers!

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