Taittinger Cuvée Prestige 375ml375ml
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Taittinger Prestige 375ml is a blend of fifty different wines. Its composition of 60% Chardonnay and 40% Pinot is quite rare for a non vintage champagne. In this, Bravo Taittinger for its quality. Taittinger Prestige 375ml is perfect for an aperitif head to head or if you are the only one champagne lover!
Description of Taittinger Cuvée Prestige 375ml
Taittinger Cuvée Prestige 375ml (Chardonnay and Pinot Noir)
- View: This champagne is a beautiful straw-yellow color with slight green hues. The bubbles are fine and persistent.
- Nose: The Taittinger Cuvée Prestige 375ml exudes complex aromas of red fruits and toast, with notes of pineapple and freshly cut flowers.
- Palate: The attack is frank and the development in palate pleasant, around the white fruit with slightly alkaline touches. The long finish is dry and tasty.
DOMAINE: Before being known for its champagne, Taittinger was above all an industrial and investment group, owner of the hotel group Louvre. But Pierre Taittinger fell in love with the castle Marquetterie during the First World War and purchased it in 1932, at the same time as the champagne house "Forest-Fourneaux" he renamed his name. The estate is today one of the largest in the Champagne region with 288 hectares.
GRAPES: Chardonnay (40%), Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier (60%)
BREEDING :The breeding is done during 3 to 4 years in cellar.
ELABORATION: The particularity of Taittinger Cuvée Prestige 375ml is to be mainly based on Chardonnay, which gives it notes more fruity.
FOOD PAIRINGS: This champagne will be perfect as an aperitif, but also to accompany any celebration, it can also be served with white meat, white fish, shellfish, a seafood platter or a dessert.
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 8-10 ° C
DEGREE OF ALCOHOL: 12%
How to serve
Founded in 1734 by Jacques Fourneux, a French wine merchant, Champagne Taittinger is still owned by the Taittinger family since 1932 and is considered being one of the oldest champagne cellars. Established in the historic mansion of the Counts of Champagne it has magnificent underground cellars built in the 4th century by the Benedictine monks from the Abbey of Saint Nicaise.More about the Winery