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Gardet Champagne Brut Tradition NV

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A family Champagne house based in the famous town of Epernay. A blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay, this Champagne hits it's stride for value for money. Dryer than the more commercial houses and also holds a finer, more persistent bead too. There are some brioche and yeasty complexity too, but the main feature is it's tight line of acidity perfect as an aperitif. So overall, why would you drink the Moet and Veuve's of the world when you can get Gardet for the same price... it's a superior Champagne. Hands down. - Chris L

Winery Note:

This wine, made from 90% black grapes from across the entire Champagne region, is a perfect representation of its origins. A model non-vintage Brut, emblematic of the Gardet House, with the savoir-faire to preserve its style and maintain the mark left by the history of the house. Brut Tradition is made of 45% Pinot Noir, 45% Meunier and 10% Chardonnay. Dosage: between 8 and 9 g/L. Serving temperature: between 8 and 10°C. Cellaring: 2 to 3 years.

The colour is a yellowy honey gold. The aromas are decidedly winey and full. It explodes with hints of wheat and chalk. In the mouth it immediately gives white summer fruits with a stone. Altogether fresh, with a full-bodied consistency that holds together. On the palate, the newest member of the family of Gardet wines, as seen in both the tightness and feel, bolstered by a fi ne acidity and a balance between creamy and bold. A solid structure with a fi ne future ahead of it – between the mild smoothness of Meunier and the directness of Pinot Noir. A fi ne balance of aroma, taste and long finish.

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Additional Information

Volume (ml)750ml
Winemaking PracticesMostly Conventional Techniques
Vineyard PracticesOrganic/Biodynamic
Product typeWine Sparkling Champagne

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