Vazart-Coquart, Demi-Sec, Blanc de Blancs, Grand Cru
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Vazart-Coquart, Demi-Sec, Blanc de Blancs, Grand Cru - NV

Item # 43850 750mL

Demi-sec Champagnes have a perceptible sweetness to them however are not technically dessert Champagnes. That being said, this comes from the remarkable producer with vines planted in the chalky soils of the region. The fruit comes from the Grand Cru village of Chouilly and we couldn't find a more appropriate terroir to balance the residual sugar.

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Demi-sec Champagne is essentially bottled joy. The sensuous and lively bubbles paired with an old-school touch of perceptible sugar truly lift my spirits. The greatest part of it all is that this works exceedingly well at the table. Grab your favorite dishes with a bit of a spicy kick, and you have a match! This is entirely Chardonnay and sings with bright acidity, pears, citrus, a touch of toast, and an alluring slight sweetness. Demi-sec is much maligned, yet in the olden days would have been considered one of the drier styles of Champagne. The acidity of Champagne marries beautifully with a touch of residual sugar, and this bottle is for both savory and sweet!

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