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Champagne Prélude Grands Crus Taittinger NV 75cl

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COUNTRY: France
APV: 12%
GRAPE VARIETIES: Pinot Noir & Chardonnay
FOODS: Aperitif, celebrations, fish, shellfish, desserts
REGION: Champagne
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Champagne Prélude Grands Crus Taittinger NV 75cl

(V) Pale yellow colour,  bubbles are fine and the nose is subtle and fresh. Aromas of floral scents with hints of elderflower and spicy cinnamon overtones. On the palate, well bodied, intense fresh citrus fruit and white peaches. Expressive and long finish.
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Champagne remains the pinnacle of sparkling wine-making, despite the proliferation of ’traditional method’ sparkling wines on the market. The region’s success continues unabated, even in recessionary times. The winning combination of top quality grape varieties, a northerly climate, hundreds of years of winemaking using the ‘méthode champenoise’, as well as an efficient marketing strategy, has ensured the reputation is upheld. The vineyards of Champagne cover an area of 34,000 hectares, or 3.4% of the entire French vineyard area. There are 15,000 growers who work these vineyards, with 150 cooperatives of varying sizes, and 300 Champagne ’houses’, or négociants. Most of the area lies on limestone soils, which is important in this relatively wet climate - amongst other benefits, limestone drains well, preventing problems associated with water-logging or excess vine vigour.

The primary grapes used in the production of Champagne are Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier. Champagne appellation law only allows grapes grown according to appellation rules in specifically designated plots within the appellation to be used in the production of Champagne. Some sparkling wines produced in other regions of the world use other grapes.

In the Côte des Blancs, where Chardonnay thrives, the Vallée de la Marne has a sunny climate, bringing a fruitier, forward character to the wines, which is accentuated by the Pinot Meunier variety. Both the warmer slopes of the Montagne de Reims and the more southerly vineyards of the Côte des Bars, in the Aube, suit Pinot Noir well.
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