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Champagne Tribaut Schloesser Brut Origine

Light golden hue – Fine and long lasting mousse. A fruity nose with hints of pear and Mirabelle plum, as well as lovely undergrowth overtones derived from the reserve wines, aged in large oak casks (foudres), which go into the blend. It shows good freshness with a mixture of toast and fruit overtones that remain lively and light on the palate. This wine has great length, finishing with a touch of lemon that lingers on the palate. It shows good freshness with a mixture of toast and fruit overtones that remain lively and light on the palate. This wine has great length, finishing with a touch of lemon that lingers on the palate. This is a fresh and fruity champagne. It shows great length and good balance on the palate which results from the 10% reserve wines aged in large oak casks (foudres), which go into the blend. Le Brut Origine is ideal as an aperitif and is perfect for any drinking occasion.

 Producer Champagne Tribaut Schloesser
 Region Champagne
 Country France
 Type Champagne
 Varietals Pinot NoirChardonnayPinot Meunier
 Alcohol 12.2% alc/vol

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Champagne Tribaut Schloesser

Romery, Marne, France Romery, Marne, France

A passion for wine spanning four generations Our story begins in the early 20th century, when René Schloesser, a young farmer from Luxembourg, left his country of origin for a better life in Champagne. There he met Lucie Coutelas, a young farmer and wine-grower from the commune of Romery. In 1927...

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