2003 Daniel Ginsburg "Cuvée Sous Bois" Brut Champagne

SKU #1150700

This Champagne is entirely barrel fermented in old 225 liter casks without malolactic fermentation and is composed of 75% Pinot Noir and 25% Chardonnay. Only grand and premier cru fruit was used, with most of the grapes coming from the Grand Cru of Ay. The 2003 Daniel Ginsburg "Cuvée Sous Bois" Brut Champagne came from a very hot vintage in Champagne- the earliest harvest since 1852. This is big, round, supple Champagne with toasty generosity to spare. Like the folks at Bollinger, Dan Ginsburg felt the 2003 was vintage worthy in Ay, but only because of their acidity preserving policy of not allowing the wines to go through malolactic.- Gary Westby, K&L

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