Gremillet Blanc de Noirs Brut
This champagne shows fine mousse in the glass (meaning delicate bubbles as opposed to airy Angel Delight!) and characteristic toasty yeast aromas, which are boosted by fuller fruit and more structure than the Brut Selection: quite rich but elegant with classic baked biscuit flavours and welcome burst of acidity on the finish.
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||Although delicious on its own well chilled or with light bites and simple fish, this champagne's richer, more mature yeasty complexity should cope with stronger fish such as mackerel or smoked salmon and creamy or wine sauces.|