Brut Régence N.V. - Brimoncourt

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This bottle is the signature of the house and embodies its spirit and personality. Chardonnay and Pinot Noir bring to the blend a great aromatic finesse, round texture and a delicately fruity finish. Very well made, this Brut Régence is armed to challenge most of the well-known brut in the market!
Wine Characteristics Tasting and cellaring
Producer Brimoncourt Eye Pale yellow and golden notes with thin and chained bubbles
Vintage N.V Nose  White flowers, fruity notes at the start then brioche and citrus aroma
Appellation Champagne Mouth Well-rounded with good freshness on the palate and a nice long finish
Area Champagne Drink from Now
Colour White Drink before 2016
Grapes Chardonnay (80%), Pinot Noir (20%) Open  Open and drink
Type Sparkling Drinking temperature 8-10°C
Food pairing
The ultimate aperitif drink for a special occasion… or not! This Brut Régence would be great on a sea bass tartar, smoked salmon, poached turbot with mousseline sauce or pan-fried scallops. Finally, you can always finish the last drop on a fruit dessert.
A word about the producer
Created in 2009, Brimoncourt is located in an old printing house where every Champagne house has one day printed its labels. After buying this old Champagne name, Alexandre Cornot and Arnaud Dupuis-Testenoire spent months meeting winegrowers to find the perfect grapes for their first cuvée. The Brut Régence was finally released at the end of 2013 after 36 months of ageing in their cellar and the famous French critics Bettane & Dessauve have already celebrated this first cuvee as an excellent bottle! Brimoncourt has since released their Blanc de Blancs and Brut Rosé that have been received with the same enthusiasm and should please all Champagne lovers.
What experts say
About the wine:
Bettane & Dessauve: 15.5
"This new brand starts under excellent auspices: the Brut Régence seduces by its harmonious  palate, its bright and fine fruity taste, its serene and stylish finish. A Regency? No Sire, a revolution!"
And finally for the wine geeks…
Age of vines 20 to 30 years old
Maturing Stainless steel vats
Ageing 24 to 36 months
Production 100,000 btls
Bottled May 2011
Alcohol 12.5%
Dosage 8g/L


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