Crémant de Bourgogne Brut, Dom. Chollet

Crémant de Bourgogne Brut, Dom. Chollet - NV

Item # 32889 1.5L

This is a delightful sparkling made in the natural Champagne method. Quite aromatic with hints of citrus and white flower. A crisp and lemon flavor with a very long finish. Lovely as an apéritif or with seafood.

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About the Producer

Maison Paul Chollet Savigny-les-Beaune, Burgundy, France Since 1955, Paul Chollet has worked at the center of Burgundy. A specialist in crémants, the House crafts their wines according the traditional or “Champagne” method. This is to say that the wines undergo a second fermentation in the bottle. Since 1825, Savigny has been well regarded for sparkling wines. Maison Chollet considers itself,...

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