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Taittinger Brut Reserve NV Gift Boxed
In 1734, Jacques Fourneaux first established a winery, which Pierre Taittinger then bought in 1932, building the house’s reputation for excellence. No Taittinger wine carries that reputation more deservedly than their signature Brut Reserve, crafted from 40 % Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir and 25% Pinot Meunier. This unique high quantity of Chardonnay is what makes Taittinger Brut Reserve balanced, consistent and world-renowned. It comes in an equally unique bubbles gift box guaranteed to make anyone sparkle.
How to enjoy
More Information Food Pairing Shellfish Serving Temp 5 - 10 degrees Standard Drinks 7.4 Variety Sparkling White Region Champagne Vintage NV Vintage Variable No Country France Closure Cork Size 750ml Brand Taittinger
- A Brut Reserve from the excellent Taittinger Champagne House
- Taittinger Brut Reserve is light, effervescent and highly drinkable
- Its unique bubbles gift box is guaranteed to make anyone sparkle
Tyson Stelzer, The Champagne Guide
Accurate precision of primary, lemon zest and stonefruits, supported by the gentle complexity of roast almonds, nutmeg and mixed spice. There is a seamless balance of all three grapes here, but Chardonnay takes the lead on the finish, trailing long with fine minerality and the subtle low notes of fleshy pinot. A lively and fresh aperitif.
Don Winkler, i-WineReview.com
This Cuvée Brut is pale gold in color and aromatic with a rich mousse offering aromas of fragrant berries, toast and yeast. It is complex and layered on the palate with a round creamy texture, beautiful balance and a long elegant finish. Incredible value!
Natalie Maclean, NatalieMaclean.com
An elegant and aristocratic blend of 40% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 25% Pinot Meunier grapes. Enticing aromas of baked bread, brioche, and green apple. Mouth-watering and toasty.
W. Blake-Gray, WineReviewOnline.com
This outstanding entry-level wine is one of the best Champagnes you can hope to find in an ordinary grocery store. Toasty and rich, with plenty of golden apple fruit, this wine spends 36 to 40 months in the cellars to develop a rounder mouthfeel.
Anthony Gismodi, GismondiOnWine.com
Identical twin to last edition with toasty, honey, baked pear, light strawberry and citrus aromas. Fresh, clean, fairly dry and very elegant with fine mousse. Light toasty, pear skin, citrus, baked green apple, honey, strawberry, citrus flavours. Refined and balanced on the finish. A consistently delicious and attractive style.