Brotherhood Grand Monarque Champagne Classic Methode Champenoise NV

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Dry (Brut) Champagne with a fresh, crisp taste and long lasting tiny bubbles. Rich in flavors and aroma. Elegant fini...

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yeast and peaches on the nose with a toasted bread dominance. Apricots, dirt and sourdough on the mouth feel. Great with comte cheese. Read more

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Snooth User: aronowm2
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08/05/2012

yeast and peaches on the nose with a toasted bread dominance. Apricots, dirt and sourdough on the mouth feel. Great with comte cheese.


Winemaker's Notes:

Grand Monarque Champagne - Methode Champenoise - is Brotherhood’s most emblematic and traditional product. Historically, Brotherhood’s “Le Grand Monarque” was the product that put New York Champagne on the map at the 1900 Paris Exposition. At that time Brotherhood had over 600,00 bottles aging in its cellars.

Tasting Notes:

Dry (Brut) Champagne with a fresh, crisp taste and long lasting tiny bubbles. Rich in flavors and aroma. Elegant finish.

Grand Monarque Champagne - Methode Champenoise - is Brotherhood’s most emblematic and traditional product. Historically, Brotherhood’s “Le Grand Monarque” was the product that put New York Champagne on the map at the 1900 Paris Exposition. At that time Brotherhood had over 600,00 bottles aging in its cellars.

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Closure: Cork

Chemical Analysis:

Alcohol: 12.5%
Sugar: 0.3 grams per liter

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