Veuve Clesse Champagne Black Label Brut

Veuve Clesse Champagne Black Label Brut

J. Charpentier, 0,75 l - 12.00%
5% Pinot Nero, 95% Pinot Meunier

CHF 31.78
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Champagne region - France
White green classic method sparkling wine brut

How to serve

Serve at:

06 - 08°C.

Longevity:

10 - 15 years

Glass:
Charmat Method Sparkling Wines
Veuve Clesse Champagne Black Label Brut
Veuve Clessé is a selection produced by J. Charpentier, which, however, does not appear on the label as a producer. A line, that is, created for certain markets and certain commercial contexts: the vineyards are proprietary, only proprietary grapes are used, no commercial operations, just a different line with the same concepts.

Perlage

Fine.

Colour

Pale gold.

Bouquet

Notes of citrus aromas, accompanied by candied fruit and slightly roasted notes.

Flavour

Superb, round, and smooth on the palate.

Pairing

Ideal with fish, meat, cured meats, and Norwegian dishes.

Starters
Fish
Shellfish
Cheese
Poultry
Lamb
White fish
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Features

Name Veuve Clesse Champagne Black Label Brut
Type White green classic method sparkling wine brut
Classification AOC Champagne Blanc de Noirs Brut
Size 0,75 l Standard
Alcohol content 12.00% by volume
Grape varieties 5% Pinot Nero, 95% Pinot Meunier
Country
Region Champagne region
Origin Villers-sous-Châtillon.
Vinification First alcoholic fermentation only in temperature-controlled vats, followed by malolactic fermentation in temperature-controlled vats.
Allergens Contains sulphites
Pairing Ideal with fish, meat, cured meats, and Norwegian dishes.
On offer Price Veuve Clesse Champagne Black Label Brut CHF 31.78  inc VAT

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J. Charpentier
From this winery:

The history of Champagne J. Charpentier began 5 generations ago. Henri Claisse, coming from a farm family, decided in the early 1900’s to start a new activity: wine-growing. His son Marcel Claisse succeeded him in the early 1950’s and created the Ma...

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