Pertois-Moriset "Les Quarts" Blanc de Blancs Brut Grand Cru
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Half-Bottle of Pertois-Moriset "Les Quarts" Blanc de Blancs Brut Grand Cru - NV

Item # 43087 375mL

A mineral-driven, classy Champagne from four Grand Cru vineyards in the Côte des Blancs: 60% Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, 20% Oger, 10% Cramant, 10% Chouilly. This small, independent house is run by a husband and wife team, third generation vignerons.

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Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard.

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If you’re in need of an apértif or a quick toast for two, then make sure you snag this bottle. Yves Pertois and his wife Janine Moriset are both from grape growing families, but began bottling their own juice in the early 1950s. They are also members of the Club de Trésors, an organization of 28 members committed to the utmost excellence in making their own wines from fruit they've also grown themselves. If you've ever seen a Special Club Champagne, this is the club's highest honor offered to its members. This 100% Chardonnay comes from mature vines lovingly tended with minimal intervention. Crisp and clean, this is a lemony, palate-cleansing treat when paired with pre-meal charcuterie.




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