André Clouet, Grand Cru '1911' Brut, AOC ChampagneRegular price €100.00
The Belle Epoque labels of this very rare wine are copied from the originals, and the sparkle of celebrations long past has been recreated by the finest craftsmen in Champagne. Only 1,911 bottles are produced annually. A unique gift.
Antonio Galloni of the Wine Advocate first tweeted about Andre Clouet Cuvee Un Jour de 1911, propelling this low-key Champagne House into the spotlight - 'André Clouet 1911 ... absolutely majestic...like silk on the palate!'
A tiny 1,911 bottles of this multi-vintage Champagne, crafted from only the very top years, are produced annually, making a rare and very impressive gift.
Creamy and yeasty with ethereal scents of lime blossom, rose petal and jasmine - divine!
Clouet is made by a father-and-son team whose wine is cellared beneath their pretty, vine-covered, 17th century house in the Grand Cru village of Bouzy, in the Montagne de Reims. Jean-François Clouet, winemaker, is known for his fanatical devotion to quality. Young and full of ideas, he aspires to Bollinger in style and quality.
Thanks to an ancestral land grant from Napoleon, Jean-Francois has the privilege of working with some of the best-situated vines in the Bouzy sub-region.
|Supplier's website||Champagne André Clouet|
|Wine colour||White wine|
|Grape variety||100% Pinot Noir|