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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
Light nose of toast, minerals and tart apple. Well-balanced and very dry, with excellent tart apple fruit through to the finish. Oysters on the half-shell.
Juicy red fruit flavors of fresh strawberries and cream saturate this young wine. The flavors cascade from nuts to fruits the fruit sweet the wine savory and bright. A superrich generous ros
Opulent Champagne, this is saturated with ripe fruit, from white peach to white raspberry and lime. It’s gloriously heady, yet the acidity keeps it clear and aligned. Old fashioned rococo elegance.
The deep golden color and broad, ripe exotic-fruit scents set this wine’s bold style. Full-on leesiness contrasts pungent fruit, giving the wine an oxidative tone though there’s nothing tired or fragile about it. Luscious and tart, this is a big wine for seared tuna.
Fresh and elegant, revealing a graphite and citrus flavor profile. Shows finesse and a mineral and chalk quality on the back end. Beautifully refined and persistent, with a mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2012.
This edition of the reserve bottling, which has presumably spent five years en tirage, shows far less richness than in previous years. Tight and green, it is more like a young blanc de blancs, at least at the moment, with flavors of grapefruit and citrus. Suggests the delicious flavors of roasted nuts and vanilla that may yet develop. Wait and see.
Gosset?s reserve bottling is always a rich, textured wine packed with an appealing flavor parade of fruits, toast, nuts and vanilla. Ripe and doughy, it?s not what you would call subtle or particularly elegant. But if it?s big, ripe flavors you want, with plenty of fruit, here you go.