Pierre Péters, Blanc de Blancs "Cuvée Réserve" Brut
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Pierre Péters, Blanc de Blancs "Cuvée Réserve" Brut - NV

Item # 15026 750mL

An intensely mineral Champagne. The chalky character comes from the chalky soils of Mesnil-sur-Oger. This is dry wine with great concentration of citrusy fruit and a touch of green tea. Great as an apéritif wine and a must have with seafood, especially shellfish.

$71.99/ Single Bottle
$863.88 $820.69/ Case of 12
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For a long time, the splashy advertising of big Champagne houses has been trying to convince us that if we want to party with the cool people, we better bring big house bottles. Today, we're lucky to have a great variety of outcast Champagne producers that strive for something more than consistent and familiar luxury. Pierre Péters far surpasses the expectations of its price. It’s a towering helix of creamy citrus and steely minerals. It belongs in a lofty tier among other great Blanc de Blancs. Great Champagne is not made by trendsetters. In fact, just the opposite.

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