Perfect with oysters or for that special occasion. This wine will have you covered. Wonderfully full bodied but delicate on the palate, this wine is a must try while stocks last!
From The Winery
Champagne Collet Brut is the distinctive cuvée and identity of Maison Collet, harmoniously combining Champagne′s three main grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
Blend: 25% to 30% Chardonnay creates elegance and finesses. 15% to 20% Pinot Noir adding depth and structure. 50% Pino Meunier imparts freshness and rich fruit driven flavours. 25% of reserve wines are used depending on the year to preserve the distinctive style of Champagne Collet Brut.
Aging Collet Brut is aged for a minimum of three years in ideal conditions in our one hundred year old chalk cellars. We intentionally age our wines longer than the officially required period (minimum 15 months) so as to provide our customers with champagne that is at its optimum. A dosage of 9.5 grams of sugar is added per litre.
Tasting Notes Appearance: Light-golden amber colour. Nose: Toasted brioche aromas with fine citrus notes Palate: Powerful and full-bodied revealing great freshness and amazing length. Serve chilled at 7 - 8C.
Food and Wine Pairing Collet Brut is wonderful as an apertif and ideal when served with a vast array of dishes from oysters to light game dishes such as rabbit terrine and seared duck breast. Sine 1921, the house of Collet has been creating champagnes of character with a view to satisfy conoisseurs who are looking for authenticity, elegance and a great finesse. Locate in Ay, at the heart of the Champagne region. Collet's vineyards are based mainly on Premier and Grand crus that reflect the diversity of the champagne regions terroirs. Champagne Collet is a high gastronomy wine. Each cuvee was developed to be perfectly associated with all occasions from the apertif to the finest dish.
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