This champagne shows fine mousse in the glass and fresh floral aromas mixed with characteristic sweet, doughy overtones, which are balanced by richer fruit, peach skin characters and classic baked biscuit flavours with a crisp citrus finish.
The Gremillet estate comprises of 33 hectares of vineyards and is situated in a small village 45 kilometres from Troyes, the historic capital of Champagne, 180 kilometres south of Paris. The vines lie on steep, sun-drenched hillsides, ideal for creating a classic baked biscuit, rich fruit Champagne.
The vineyards, situated in the southern reaches of Troyes achieve greater ripeness which leads to a richer fruit and classic baked biscuit flavours mixed with characteristic toasty yeast overtones.
Only the first, lightest pressings are used, as is usual for fine Champagne. Classic slow second fermentation in bottle followed by maturing on the lees for at least 18 months before being disgorged and released for sale.
” A light yellow colour, this champagne is fresh and young, with a good finish.” Wedding Magazine, December/January 2006
“In my blind tasting this grower’s Champagne came right up the top against stiff competition. Snap it up quickly. And then remember the name for next time.” Sarah Jane Evans. BBC Good Food Magazine Christmas 2004.
NV: IWSC 2010 – Bronze
NV: Decanter World Wines Awards 2009 – Bronze
NV: IWSC 2009 – Gold (Best in Class) & NV Champagne Trophy
NV: IWSC 2008 – Bronze
NV: IWC 2008 – Bronze
NV: IWSC 2007 – Trophy (Champagne – Non Vintage)
NV: IWSC 2007 – Silver