Gosset Brut Champagne Grande Réserve NV
Founded in A in 1584 by Pierre Gosset, Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne and one of the most prestigious in our stable. "Lovely combination of flavor and harmony. Loads of mineral- and spice-tinged fruit highlight this creamy, concentrated brut. It's dry, with tangy acidity and a lingering finish."Wine Spectator
External Reviews for Gosset Brut Champagne Grande Réserve
Complex, deep aromas of spice, smoke, minerals, toast and orange oil; strong suggestion of yeast autolysis. Big, full, rich and layered; a Champagne with impressive weight and palate presence. Toasty and generously flavored. Finishes with slow-mounting, persistent flavors and a hint of unabsorbed acidity. Still quite youthfully unevolved.
Earthy and truffley in an attractive and complex way, this fairly mature offering has a full mouthfeel and rich apple and plum flavors. The long finish brings tart plums. this has the stuffing to be used as a dining Champagne, and the reserved elegance required for drinking alone or with hors d’oeuvres.
Pale yellow hue. Bready aromas have an earthy suggestion. Much more generous on the moderately full-bodied palate with vibrant acidity and tart apple and citrus flavors that linger through the finish. A structured Champagne that will improve with further age.
Scents of orange tea and flavors of orange zest fill this plush, round Champagne with a candied citrus character. Earthiness and bubbles cut through the flesh of the fruit, moderating its sweetness. Pair its intriguing orange flavors with twice-cooked pork.
This is one of my favorite non-vintage Champagnes, rich and fresh at the same time, with a serious character that reminds you that great Champagne is a wine as well as bubbles. Complex, weightly and delicious, this is a Champagne that should be enjoyed with food.
Looking for a special bottle of Champagne to ring in the new millennium? Gosset Grande Reserve would be an excellent choice. This is a blockbuster Champagne. As full-bodied as most vintage Champagnes, it offers forward tropical fruit flavors and a long creamy finish that lingers on and on.
Showing rare depth and character for a non-vintage bubbly, this is a full-bodied, mature-flavored, subtly complex Champagne. Has the signature toast and walnut aromas, a smooth, expansive mousse, mellow fruit flavors and a luxurious, lingering finish. Drink now through 2001.
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