Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Champagne NV
CLASSY EQUIVALENT TO THOSE $100+ CHAMPAGNES WITH A WHOPPING 92 PTS FROM WINE SPECTATOR MAGAZINE!
DONT PAY: $69.99
each for 12
WHY TO BUY?
* ONE OF FRANCE'S BIGGEST SELLING BUBBLES.
* RATED 92 POINTS.
* TOP 5 OF GLOBAL CHAMPAGNE BRANDS.
* CLASSY EQUIVALENT TO THOSE $100+ CHAMPAGNES.
"Rich and creamy, showing the dried fruit, nut and spice notes of fruitcake, with lemon meringue, quince and honey flavors. Clean citrusy acidity integrates beautifully and provides an elegance to this refined Champagne."
92 Points Wine Spectator
"Nicolas Feuillatte Champagnes will gain in freshness, spontaneity and purity."
With it's floral and citrus notes, brings elegance and finesse to the Champagne, while the Pinot Noir, with its red fruit aromas and considerable structure, brings body and power. Finally, Pinot Meunier imparts softness, roundness and fruit character to the wines, And rather like three primary colours on an artist's palette, these three varietals form the foundations of all the wines for the Chief Winemaker of the House.
Pale gold in color, abundance of delicate bubbles. Floral aromas of fruit with subtle predominance of white fruits: pear, apple, almonds and hazelnuts. Fresh opening, smooth, pleasant and balanced.
Nicolas Feuillatte is in the top five of global Champagne brands with distribution in over 75 countries.
It is composed of 20% of the Chardonnay grape variety, for elegance and delicacy, 40% of Pinot Noir, for roundness and structure and 40% of Pinot Meunier for fruitiness.
Blending is approached with the ultimate respect for the brand's heritage and for the discerning palate of aficionados. The skillful art of blending lies in the perfect marriage of different aromatic and organoleptic qualities. It takes weeks for the Chief Winemaker to taste, evaluate and marry the different Cru wines, whose qualities and specific characteristics he knows, in relation to the original lots.
According to law, Brut Champagne must spend a minimum 15 months in the cellars, and three years for vintage Champagne. The makers have decided to take this even further to retain the style and identity of their wines, henceforth, the Brut Champagnes spend 2 to 3 years in the cellars.
BOTTLE TOPS: FOIL OVER CORK
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 12.0%