Perseval-Farge, 1er Cru Brut Réserve
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Perseval-Farge, 1er Cru Brut Réserve - NV

Item # 33632 1.5L
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Tasting Notes

The Perseval-Farge family estate is a mere four hectares in size and is located in the premier cru village of Chaméry. This is very elegant in style with a pearl bead texture and toasted brioche character that will lend itself just right with poultry or fish dishes. Enjoy throughout a meal and understand how having just the right Champagne means you can start and finish your meal with bubbles.

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Staff Pick Notes

Because there's really no occasion that a giant bottle of Champagne won't elevate! This tiny, tiny 4 hectare estate (founded way back in 1808) is consistently one of the best grower Champagnes on our shelves. Significant time aging on the lees and some time in oak make for a bottle that is surprisingly rich and generous, but won't weigh you down. The wine is dry and brings to mind candied ginger, apple pound cake, and lemon zest, with a lovely hazelnut note on the finish. Great acidity and lots of bubbles give it lift--very much my style. There are plenty of "legitimate" reasons to open a magnum of bubbly, but truth be told, I think that drinking really great wines with cheap food is one of life's real pleasures. So grab the biggest bucket of fried chicken from Popeye's and have a good time.


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