Gosset produces this Gosset Grande Réserve , a sparkling wine from the region of Champagne made of pinot noir, pinot meunier and chardonnay grapes. The Gosset Grande Réserve is the ideal sparkling to combine with whitefish and poached eggs. 4 of 5 points is the average score of this sparkling according to Drinks&Co users.
“A beautiful freshness due to the absence of malolactic fermentation.
The vintage Grand Reserve is meeting 43% Chardonnay, 42% Pinot Noir and 15% Pinot Meunier. The time spent in the cellar is at least 3 years and its dosage is 8 g / l. The nose is remarkable freshness and fruit. This wine is really the signature feature of this beautiful home.”
“I especially liked the colour. Yeasty smell. Like the fruit flavour.
We had it with the desserts.
I shared a few glasses of Gosset Grande Reserve with that person I always am happy to drink wine with.”
“TASTING NOTES OF Gosset Grand Réserve 2000:
- View: bright yellow with golden highlights.
- Nose: Complex and intense, markedly floral aromas (violet, iris, lime ...).
- Mouth: The palate is widely fruity and well balanced. Dried fruits predominate on floral notes that give me a fine sweetness.
GRAPES: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.
CONSUME: Serve at 8 °C. It combines with any dish.
“Gosset, the oldest Maison wines of Champagne, born in 1584 in Aÿ by the work of Pierre Gosset. At that time only two wines had the honor to lay upon the table of the King of France: the wines of Aÿ and the wines of Beaune. The reputation of the wines of Aÿ was such that Francis I, King of France, built his own cellar to Aÿ, which then became the property of Gosset. La Maison has been passed down from father to son for fourteen generations until the disposal of the Cointreau family, which took place in the 90s. The Gosset Champagnes owe their quality to a careful selection of grapes coming from the most prestigious Grands Crus and patient processing in the bottle; there are numerous reserves produced, mainly obtained from black grapes. Objective of the House is to express the authenticity and nobility of the territory.”