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Passion Vines Wine Bar & Spirit Company USD 104.99 750ml
Ricerca Vini EUR 92.00 750ml
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Gosset Champagne Brut Grand Millesime 2000

Winemaker's Notes:

Grape Varieties 56 Chardonnay, 44 Pinot NoirVinification Ages five to eight years in bottles prior to release. This champagne is ready to be enjoyed now and will continue to develop a richness, intensity and maturity like a fine white wine, over the next 10 years.Color A clear, brilliant gold with green and amber hues. A persistent stream of supremely fine bubbles.Bouquet Delicate and complex. Accents of jasmine, white lilac and Tahitian vanilla mingle with scents of apricot, peach, pear and toasted nuts in a powerful bouquet. Shows the elegance of young champagne that is already showing its pedigree through luxurious, deeply sensual spicy notes.Taste This graceful and full-bodied champagne is extraordinarily lively and crisp. Fresh on the palate, laced with spicy baking flavors like fruit cake, cinnamon and anise followed by hints of violet. Enjoyable, long and pleasantly persistent on the finish.Serving Suggestions This aromatic and rich champagne is the epitome of complexity. There are innumerous possibilities for pairings, but its aristocratic allure is particularly well-matched with both modern and traditional French and Asian cuisine. Try with scallops roasted with lemon or snails in choux pastry. When deciding on a match, opt for creative, well-balanced dishes that complement and heighten the flavor of the wine.

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Champagne Gosset:
For four century, great care has benn taken to maintain the reputation of the brand, and to preserve a family know-how in making champagne. In 1584 Pierre Gosset, alderman of Ay and wine-grower, made still, mostly red, wines from the grapes he harvested from his own vines. In those days, two wines vied for pride of place at the table of the Kings of France: The wine of Ay and , from some hundre... Read more
For four century, great care has benn taken to maintain the reputation of the brand, and to preserve a family know-how in making champagne. In 1584 Pierre Gosset, alderman of Ay and wine-grower, made still, mostly red, wines from the grapes he harvested from his own vines. In those days, two wines vied for pride of place at the table of the Kings of France: The wine of Ay and , from some hundreds of leagues further South, the wine of Beaune. Both were made from the same grape varietals Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. The reputation of the wine of Ay was such that Francois the First had his own winery built there, which is now owned by Champagne Gosset. Then, in the 18th century the wine made in and around Ay began to bubble, and the Gosset family turned naturally to the production of champagne. At Gosset, most of the cuvees are presented in the old style bottle, a replica of the one used in the 18th and 19th centuries. We carefully avoid malolactic fermentation so that the wines keep their natural freshness. Read less

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Grape Varieties 56 Chardonnay, 44 Pinot NoirVinification Ages five to eight years in bottles prior to release. This champagne is ready to be enjoyed now and will continue to develop a richness, intensity and maturity like a fine white wine, over the next 10 years.Color A clear, brilliant gold with green and amber hues. A persistent stream of supremely fine bubbles.Bouquet Delicate and complex. Accents of jasmine, white lilac and Tahitian vanilla mingle with scents of apricot, peach, pear and toasted nuts in a powerful bouquet. Shows the elegance of young champagne that is already showing its pedigree through luxurious, deeply sensual spicy notes.Taste This graceful and full-bodied champagne is extraordinarily lively and crisp. Fresh on the palate, laced with spicy baking flavors like fruit cake, cinnamon and anise followed by hints of violet. Enjoyable, long and pleasantly persistent on the finish.Serving Suggestions This aromatic and rich champagne is the epitome of complexity. There are innumerous possibilities for pairings, but its aristocratic allure is particularly well-matched with both modern and traditional French and Asian cuisine. Try with scallops roasted with lemon or snails in choux pastry. When deciding on a match, opt for creative, well-balanced dishes that complement and heighten the flavor of the wine.

Dietary Information: Kosher


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