Champagne Brut non vintage
The Vintage brut champagne, as the name suggests is made from grapes all of the same vintage. The vintage wines are only produced in very good vintages, which could achieve a quality wine without the addition of reserve wines. Vintage Champagne has a greater resistance to aging and on average, if stored well can be consumed for about ten years after bottling.
Extra dry Champagne with little or none sugar dosage.
Non Vintage brut Champagne is the most produced and consumed. Given the high latitudes of the Champagne region, not all the vintages produce a harvest of sufficient quality to produce a vintage. For this reason they began to produce a wine that combines the vintage year of reserve wines, allows you to maintain consistent quality in all vintages. The Brut Classic produced the traditional way by combining Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier in equal parts and has a dosage of about 10 grams of sugar per liter, but every house puts its variant sometimes omitting the pinot meunier altogether.
Balanced assembly of the three varieties, Brut Impérial reveals a harmonious succession of sensations and loose, a fresh maturity, soft lines and well. Inspire Wellness, an emotion that is valued and shared. Mini bottles of 20 CL in a pack of 24