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Characteristics of Gosset Grand Réserve
Gosset Grande Réserve is a champagne made of Chardonnay (43%), Pinot Noir (42%) and Pinot Meunier (15%) grapes. The malolactic fermentation is avoided during its production in order to preserve the fruitiness of the wine. The stack ageing takes place in the cellars.
Serve at 8ºC
Can be served with any dish
Tasting notes Gosset Grand Réserve
SightBright golden yellow with beautiful iridescence.NoseIntense and complex, fresh and balanced, offering spontaneously smells sweet and deliciously scented flowers, flowers like hyacinth, iris, herbs, lime and chamomile flowers, among other scents.TasteSpacious, vinous and concentrated, lining the palate, whilst preserving fruitiness, flexibility and balance. Flavors of figs and prunes give a warm flavor, while the floral notes, more discreet, bring an extra sweetness and refinement.
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The Champagne is the northernmost and one of the most important wine regions of France, since it produces the sparkling wine of the same name (white or pink), prepared by the traditional method in the region. This village is situated about 200 km from Paris, are 34,000 hectares, of whom 31,000 are cultivated. Its wines must meet established conditions to qualify for appellation of origin, such as: grapes come from the varieties Pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay make his second fermentation (using the Methode Champenoise), ie the foam has that occur within the same bottle in the second fermentation.
The winery is very old Gosset: Gosset House is committed to respecting its core values and traditions of perfection: The vintage Gosset promised to the house is perfectly healthy and harvested by hand. It is composed of the 3 strains permitted in Champagne / champagne: pinot noir, chardonnay and pinot meunier. There are uncorked before 5 years of maturity, when the wines of Champagne Gosset reach their peak.