STORY: The Brut Réserve impresses with its finesse-rich elegance and complexity, which underlines the personality of one of the best brut champagnes - after all, it has pushed many a vintage off the podium in numerous tastings. A great first impression of the quality of this unique champagne house.
AGEING: At least 36 months on the yeast in our own crayère (storage and disgorging dates are shown on the bottle label)
AROMA: Finest brut with a complex, elegant and voluminous nose that impresses with freshly baked brioche, dried fruits such as mango, apricot and mirabelle plum.
RATING: Creamy and yet the finest, clear mousseux. The acid is prancing and appetizingly fresh.
SERVING RECOMMENDATION: Apéro, tuna tartare with seaweed salad, guinea fowl breast with grapes, poached salmon with Piperade sauce.
Charles Heidsieck is one of the champagne houses with the highest ratings in the world. Chef de Cave Cyril Brun has just been awarded the coveted title of Sparkling Winemaker of the Year in London. The cuvees of the house are opulent and delicate at the same time, profound and complex paired with elegance and finesse, a reflection of the personality of the founder.
The founder Charles Heidseick courageously invested in 2,000-year-old cellar vaults from Roman times, whose hygrometric conditions are ideal for the aging of wines and the development of finesse and elegance. His decision at the time to let the wines mature over a longer period of time was a cost-intensive but also forward-looking move. To this day, the ripening period has strategic priority. The fact that the House of Charles Heidsieck has its very own style and perfects its level year after year not only inspires champagne connoisseurs and sommeliers, but also more and more lovers of good cuisine.
Charles Heidsieck 12 Allee du Vignoble F-51100 Reims, France
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