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De Venoge Louis XV Brut Millésime 1995

Champagne - Brut - Grand Cru - De Venoge

An exceptional score of 97/100 by Robert Parker for this 1995 vintage.

$297.38
0,75L bottle with box
In stock

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Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Stored in air-conditioned cellar
Data sheets
Grape varieties
Pinot Noir 50%
Chardonnay 50%
Producer
De Venoge

De Venoge

Henri-Marc De Venoge emigrated from his native Canton of Vaud in Switzerland to Champagne and created De Venoge et Cie in 1837 with his son Joseph.

The company was initially based in Mareuil sur Aÿ and only later moved to Epernay.

Generation after generation followed, and the company is still based in Epernay in the famous Avenue de Champagne.

The House produces around 2 million bottles a year with different blends from all the villages of Champagne.

Description De Venoge Louis XV Brut Millésime 1995.

The Master of the Cellars has chosen the great years exclusively to create this symphony in homage to the King of France Louis XV who granted in 1728 many privileges to the wines of Champagne.

This Champagne brut is classified Grand Cru, at the top of the qualitative hierarchy of these masterpieces of nature composed of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes in parity.

The robe is bright Versailles gold.

On the nose as well as on the palate: a concerto played with art between white flowers, citrus fruits, small red fruits, almond, and toasted brioche with peppery notes. Remarkable salinity on a very long finish.

Food and wine pairing : a Champagne par excellence for a whole meal with medallions of lobster, grilled sea fish, white meat flavored with black truffles from Quercy and citrus fruit tart.

To be kept in the cellar, bottle lying down, protected from light and noise, with an average hygrometry of 70% and with tastings over time to measure its qualitative evolution until its peak.

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