André Clouet, Millésimé
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André Clouet, Millésimé - 2015

Item # 24293 750mL

A vintage bottle of Champagne of depth and accessibility. Pair with smoked salmon canapés tonight.

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This is the kind of wine that smells like pulling on an oversized straw hat in the middle of summer—the aroma of yellow pastures enveloping you. Notes of lightly toasted brioche bread, the kind you can only enjoy in Paris, flutter with an airy state of mind. Silky strands of bubbles lace the tip of your tongue and waltz into the back of the palate. You'll fall in love slowly then all of the sudden head first. There is an unparalleled kaleidoscope of textures, aromas, and tastes in this bottle. Notes of salt, toast, and citrus feel simultaneously new, processed, and developed.

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About the Producer

Bouzy, Montagne de Reims Champagne, France The Clouets have been Champagne grower/ producers for more than a century, well before the term became fashionable. Now, this modest house has expanded to keep up with demand and their Champagnes are increasingly available in the United States. They will purchase some fruit at harvest from trusted sources and have become “négociants-manipulants.”...

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