Gosset, Grand Réserve Brut
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Gosset, Grand Réserve Brut - NV

Item # 13274 750mL
$59.96/ Single Bottle
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Tasting Notes

A bold, full-bodied Champagne from the Gosset Champagne house, which was established in the early 1500s, making them the oldest house in all of Champagne. Aged on the lees for four years before disgorgement. To date, they still riddle by hand and they still use the classic Gosset-shaped bottle.

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Staff Pick Notes

Champagne isn’t called the wine of kings just because it was the ceremonial drink for coronations. It has a presence, a gusto, an aura like no other. Gosset’s house style is a fine champion of this. Tart citrus and toasty yeast notes ride in on a stallion of acid. The aroma is full of zest and chalk. It’s a cornucopia of Champagne’s hallmarks--something grand! Pop this for a feast and you’ll be sitting high and mighty.

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