2002 Daniel Ginsburg "Cuvee Prestige Louis XVII" Brut Champagne

SKU #1140510

This Champagne was made by the now defunct micro necociant DeMeric from 100% Grand Cru Pinot Noir that was grown by the Goutorbe family in Ay. It is entirely barrel fermented and did not go through malolactic. It is a big, structured, bold Champagne for fans of wines like Krug and Bollinger, and is one of the best values in high end Champagne in the store. -Gary Westby, K&L

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Staff Image By: Krista Johnson | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 2/5/2014 | Send Email
This Champagne is made exclusively from fruit grown in the Grand Cru of Ay and is comprised of 50% Pinot Noir & 50% Chardonnay. It's savory with leesy, buttery brioche flavors that are well matched with zingy, tart guava notes. There's so much complexity in this bottle! It's delicious and so satisfying. I want this with my next brunch spread when I have guests over....Mushroom & herb frittata, sizzling black forest bacon, crispy hash browns, and assorted olives. Turbo Yum.

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