Liébart-Régnier, Demi-Sec
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Liébart-Régnier, Demi-Sec - NV

Item # 34972 750mL
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$44.96 $31.96 / Single Bottle
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$539.52 $364.34/ Case of 12

Tasting Notes

Demi-Sec Champagnes have just a dusting of sweetness to them. With just over 30 grams of residual sugar on the final wine, this is balanced well with the great acidity and mineral structure you find on the palate. Demi-Sec Champagnes are ideal for toasting but marry very well with a great plate of aged cheese.

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Staff Pick Notes

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