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Advent Calendar 2020

Champagne Brut (Gift Box)

Barons de Rothschild · Champagne · Champagne · France

92
James Suckling
Lots of bread-dough and dried-apple character with lemon undertones. Roasted-nut and bread-dough undertones. Fine bubbles. ...
Classification: AOC
104 in stock
  • Price 
    104 in stock
    CHF 51.70
CHF 51.70
  • CHF 51.70 VAT included
i All prices include VAT

Champagne Brut (Gift Box) · Barons de Rothschild · Champagne · Champagne · France ·

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Average Critic Score
92
Lots of bread-dough and dried-apple character with lemon undertones. Roasted-nut and bread-dough undertones. Fine bubbles. Medium to full body. Flavorful finish. Drink now.
James Suckling
James Suckling
Sub-region Sub-region Champagne
Alcohol content Alcohol content 12.5 %
Classification Classification AOC
Barons de Rothschild

Barons de Rothschild

Domaines Barons de Rothschild is a larger wine company which owns multiple châteaux in Bordeaux, including Château Lafite, Rieussec and L'Evangile. It also owns wineries abroad such as Bodegas Caro in Mendoza, Argentina. It all began with Château Lafite when Baron James Rothschild purchased Château Lafite, which had already been classified as a 1er Grand Cru Classé in 1855. In the more recent years, they added more estates as well as generic Bordeaux AOC wines and a range of cognac. For their cognacs, they hand select top barrels from the region from local producers and have them bottled under the Domaine Rothschild label.
Champagne

Champagne

There is no drink quite as festive as Champagne. Sparkling wine was first produced within its three main towns – Reims, its largest and home to the Montagne de Reims, famed for its Pinot Noir; Epernay, the capital of the Côte des Blancs, the area most renowned for its Chardonnay; and Ay, the town situated on the border of both the Montagne de Reims and the Côte des Blancs. Less expensive Champagnes are often produced in the more southern area of Côte de Sézanne and the Côte des Bar. The industrialisation of Champagne was developed by the widow (veuve) Clicquot in the 19th century. But it was carried through by other Houses, such as Bollinger, Krug and Moët & Chandon. While large Houses still dominate Champagne’s wine scene, in recent years there have been a plethora of smaller producers, known as “grower Champagnes” that have popped up. Instead of selling their grapes to negociants, they produce their own sparkling wines – a system that reflects other regions such as Burgundy. Some of the best grower Champagnes include Anselme Selosse and Cédric Bouchard. ...

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Champagne Brut (Gift Box) 75 cl
Champagne Brut (Gift Box)
75 cl
75 cl loose bottle
104 in stock
CHF 51.70 p/btl
CHF 51.70
VAT included
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104 in stock
CHF 51.70 p/OWC
CHF 51.70
VAT included
75 cl loose bottle
104 in stock
CHF 51.70 p/btl
CHF 51.70
VAT included
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