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Champagne Bruno Paillard has, in around 40 years, managed to become one of Champagne's most respected houses and is known for its consistently high quality and complex but graceful wines. Stored in a wine fridge at 12 degrees since purchase at a wine shop in France.
Classic Chateauneuf du Pape by Roger Sabon
Perfect for autumn/winter in front of the stove
Nice label on the front. Stripes on back label. Good condition and has been stored in the basement
Then there is the opportunity to get your hands on a lovely and ripe temptation from France
This wine is cherry, blackberry, herbs and spices.
Year 2000 is something very special
The wine has been in the cellar, has a nice label and is in a nice condition
Nice bottle (tiny notch in the label), same owner and always 12 degrees. RJ gives 96 points and 1996 is, as you know, a legendary vintage. All info about disgorging etc. is on the back label. Huge wine 🚀
Perfect bottle, which comes directly from org. box. One owner, always stored at 12 degrees. The 2002 vintage is one of my favorite vintages in general terms, so this is definitely a good experience. The vintage is showing its full potential.
Perfect bottle, same owner and always stored at 12 degrees. This is Paul Dethune's top wine with classic 'prestige' blend 50/50, and so in the dream vintage 2008. Dethune is located in Ambonnay, which is not only 100% Grand Cru, but which must be considered one of the absolute best locations. Note the cheeky lacquer and string, which pay tribute to the traditions.
Unique bottle. Bought from the importer together with the 1996 cuve Robert Winer, so these grapes are from the mid-90s. Always stored at 12 degrees. If you want to try early grower bubbles with an exciting age, here's your chance. Blend of all 3 grapes with a slight excess for Meunier. Note the Old School drawstring and lacquer on the top.
Bruno Paillard's Première Cuvée is a very personal interpretation of the entire region, through the selection of 35 of the 320 crus, which are, however, secret.
It is the flagship of the Bruno Paillard style, so look forward to sitting back and enjoying the amazing champagne!
The Première Cuvée is exclusively first pressing and has Pinot Noir (45%), Chardonnay (33%) and Meunier (22%), part of which (20%) was in oak barrels during the first fermentation.
The storage is longer than what is legally required; three years sur lie, then at least five months after dégorgement.
Tasting notes: Light notes of pineapple start the ballad and are followed by mixed citrus fruits and a "high note" of green apple, while slightly sweet notes of bakery hover around between it all. All this is built on a nice acidity, structure and body that help to highlight the lean and elegant profile the wine has.
Great food wine, but also as an aperitif.
Guidance price 550-750 DKK. Set for e.g. DKK 685 at smagförst etc.
"7 Crus" is Agrapart's entry level wine. The cuvée is a blend of 2 vintages and, as the name suggests, it comes from 7 different villages – 4 Grand Crus: AVIZE, OGER, CRAMANT and OIRY and 2 Premier Crus: AVENAY VAL D'OR, COLIGNY and VAUCIENNES.
one consists of 90% Chardonnay and 10% Pinot Noir, which helps to provide a wonderful balance and complexity.