Champagne NICOLAS FEUILLATTE Grande Réserve Brut Magnum (1.5L) | Naked Bottle
Nicolas Feuillatte Grande Réserve Brut Magnum is a deep and intense champagne, which perfectly embodies the idea of the Champagne blend, with its ripe fruit, its depth and its richness.
For which moment ? : For a cocktail or business event, For an aperitif or a partyTake advantage of the free delivery from 180 euros of purchase. (Metropolitan France) Voir tous les produits Champagne NICOLAS FEUILLATTE
Ideal as an aperitif, Nicolas Feuillatte Grande Réserve champagne will also go well with many dishes for a moment of simplicity and pleasure.
Deep and sensual, it delivers fine and greed primary aromas. Yellow fruits, mainly mirabelle plum, apple compote, fig and dried apricot, are offered in a very greedy smoothness. This intense and delicate champagne goes well with all dishes for a moment of escape and simplicity.
For a simple pleasure: pair the Nicolas Feuillatte Grande Réserve with a chiffonade of Bayonne ham, a 24-month-aged Comté cheese or an apple pancake.
For a moment of relaxation: the Grande Réserve Nicolas Feuillatte can be enjoyed with a mini coppa burger, chicken cannelloni and ricotta.
For fine dining: prawns with coriander and lemongrass or a ceviche of sea bass will sublimate the Grande Réserve Nicolas Feuillatte.
Ideal serving temperature : Ideal as an aperitif: serve at 7 - 8°C. At the table: serve at 10 - 12°C.
Blend : The Grande Réserve Nicolas Feuillatte is harmoniously composed of 20% Chardonnay for elegance and finesse, 40% Pinot Noir for roundness and structure and 40% Meunier for fruitiness and smoothness.
Vinification : Patiently aged in the cellar for up to six years, the time it takes to acquire a sovereign intensity and harmony, Grande Réserve Brut is the ultimate incarnation of a beautiful, mature champagne. The Cellar Master's approach is to adapt the dosage level to each cuvée in order to sublimate its flavours and aromas. The choice of reserve wine is essential. It is chosen according to the vintage, the year of harvest, the grape variety, the method of vinification and ageing to guarantee the unique style of each cuvée.