Charles Heidsieck Brut Réserve Half Bottle
A profound brilliant robe. Fragile vivacious and dependable bubbles, are the after effect of over 36 months of maturing in chalk cellars.
With 40% of store wines (the most extreme conceivable sum), the mix offers a mind boggling and amble note with notes of naturally heated brioche and the lavishness of broiled espresso beans.
An exact choice of wines, intentionally restricted to 60 crus, guarantee the Brut Réserve a flavorfully modern amicability. A rich choice of ready, sun-soaked natural products, for example, mango, apricot and geengage plum joins with dried organic products, pistachio and almond.
The composition is reminiscent of a fresh layer of nougatine on a velevety cream baked good loaded with full red plums and ready fruits. The store wines, some going back ten years, give the wine lavishness. The profundity of the thousand-year old chalk quarries where the wine develops offer a touch of praline alongside notes of golden and vanilla.
Brilliant pale gold with fine, diligent bubbles. Complex baked good smells, with a lavish blend of ready apricot, mango and greengages, dried organic products, pistachio and almond. The sense of taste starts with a luxurious sensation, forming into ready plump apricot, melon and alluring plum cake notes and sensitive zest. An immaculate parity of freshness and liberality.
40% Chardonnay, 40% Pinot Noir, 20% Pinot Meunier
Residual Sugar 11.2g/l
After the first fermentation in stainless steel, every tank experiences malolactic aging to soften the natural acidity. 40% store wines are utilized as a part of the mix, the most extreme allowed, with a normal age of 10 years. The mix is packaged and chose yeast included for the second maturation, then set in the basement at a temperature of around 10°C. To accomplish the profundity and many-sided quality required by the house style, Charles Heidsieck age their Non-Vintage Brut for a long time, any longer than the lawful prerequisite of 15 months.
Charles Heidsieck is one of most respected Champagne houses on account of the unrivaled and reliably high caliber of its wines. The present extent is a standout amongst the most recompensed accumulations of wines on the planet, something underlined when Chef de Cave Thierry Roset was named 'Shimmering Winemaker of the Year' at the International Wine Challenge this year. This was the fifteenth time that Charles Heidsieck's winemaking group had won this honor, yet the first for Thierry, who has been working at the house following 1988. He assumed control over the reins in 2012, having worked with both the immense Régis Camus and the unbelievable Daniel Thibault. This winemaking legacy, combined with the house's colorful history since its establishment in 1851 by the man who might get to be known as 'Champagne Charlie', makes it a novel offering from Champagne: a house with awesome wines, champagne legacy and demonstrated quality all through its extent.