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Gonet TER Blanc Brut

Champagne - Brut - Blanc de blancs - Gonet
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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
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Chardonnay 100%


The house of Champagne Philippe Gonet is located in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, in the heart of the emblematic terroir of this region of Champagne and the most prestigious appellation: Grand Cru Classé, one of Rares 17 villages among the 320 entitled to the Champagne appellation and placed at the very top of the quality scale.

Founded in 1830, the vineyard is run by the seventh generation.

Winegrower of 20 hectares spread over 32 parcels, mainly planted with chardonnay grapes on the terroir of Mesnil-sur-Oger (including a historic parcel from 1929) and Oger, but also in Vertus (Côte des blancs) vineyard classified Premier Cru.

The pinot noir parcels are located in Mesnil and Vertus (Côte des blancs), others in Sézannais (Rilly-la-Montagne) or in Aube (Montgueux).

The annual production is about 200,000 bottles. The wines are aged for many years in double-secular cellars dating from the eighteenth century, a priceless heritage and a guarantee of authenticity and quality.

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Description Gonet TER Blanc Brut.

This is a Champagne blend of wines from vineyards planted exclusively with Chardonnay grapes on plot Grand Cru of Mesnil-sur-Oger "Les Hautes Mottes", on parcel Grand Cru of Oger "Vozémieux" and on parcel Premier Cru of Montagne de Reims in Ludes "Les Corrigniers", all distributed at 33%.

This Champagne 100% Blanc de blancs collection "TER" is a selection of the best parcels carefully selected by the house. The bottle has been reproduced to pay homage to the 18th-century blown bottles found in the house's cellars.

The cellar master has chosen an sous-bois vinification in 60hl oak foudres to bring complexity and character to the wine.

La robe is golden with green highlights.

The nose reveals elegant floral aromas such as lime blossom and hawthorn, orchestrated by notes of hazelnut and vanilla thanks to sous-bois vinification in oak foudres.

The palate is both supple and lively, with fresh citrus notes like grapefruit and lime leading into a particularly Rare and precious acidity attack.

The finish is generous and rich, well-balanced.

Serve around 10-12°C as an aperitif with foie gras canapés, Bayonne ham wraps or Spanish pata negra.

Bottles to be stored in a cellar away from light and noise, with a hygrometric degree of around 70%.

We suggest successive tastings to measure its olfactory and gustatory evolution up to its qualitative asymptote.