Champagne Bernard Robert - Réserve Brut

Guide Hachette des Vins 2024 :
Concours général agricole Paris 2023 : Silver Medal
Guide Hachette des Vins 2020 :
Gault & Millau 2020 : 15,5/20
Gilbert & Gaillard 2020 : Gold medal

Champagne Bernard Robert - Réserve Brut

Description
Tasting

Réserve, signed Bernard Robert, is a supple and fresh champagne.


This cuvée is blended from the main Champagne grape varieties: 60% Pinot Noir (the emblematic Aube grape variety), 20% Pinot Meunier, and 20% Chardonnay.

This champagne benefited from 2 years of ageing in the cellar and a raw dosage (9 g/l) before being offered to you for tasting. It is therefore a structured and balanced wine.

The result is a champagne with white and red fruit aromas. On the palate, it is structured, harmonious and beautifully fine.


Selected for its excellent value for money, this cuvée has won numerous awards, including a gold medal from the prestigious Gilbert & Gaillard guide, 2020 edition.


The champagne for all occasions!

Gastronomy enthusiasts can serve this cuvée with river fish or poultry.

Aspect: golden, brilliant.

Nose: fresh, complex and delicate, revealing notes of red and white fruits, flowers and a hint of butter.

Palate: sparkling, with a straight finish and pleasant length. A well-balanced wine, with a typical aromatic character.

Contains sulfites

Customer comments (4): 4.5/5

Alessandro P, le 2023-12-13

Riccardo B, le 2023-04-26

Brigitte B, le 2023-01-13

Il est bon

Alain m, le 2022-12-09

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About champagne Bernard Robert

This family house is located in the least known terroir of Champagne: the Côte des Bar. This region, which borders on Burgundy, is renowned for the very high quality of its Pinot Noirs.


The champagnes produced by the Bernard Robert family stand out not only due to the typicality of their aromas, but also the subtle use of an extremely rare grape variety in Champagne: Pinot Blanc.



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