Varnier-Fanniere Cuvee Saint Denis Blanc de Blancs

SKU #100232 90 points Vinous

 The NV Brut Cuvée St-Denis Grand Cru is a powerful, creamy wine. The 8 grams of dosage softens some of the natural Avize structure and gives the St-Denis quite a bit of immediacy, not to mention pure appeal. Hints of smoke, ash, chalk and white pepper add multiple shades of nuances throughout. This is a very pretty and vivid wine that will also drink well upon release. Disgorged: April 2016. Dosage is 8 grams per liter. (AG)  (12/2017)

K&L Notes

This wine is 100% chardonnay from the grand cru commune of Avize. It has a fantastic texture, striking a balance between richness and freshness. Wine as good as this from a big name producer would easily sell for twice the price. An amazing Champagne, all from estate vineyards! (K&L - Gary Westby)

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