Carte dOr Brut

This Champagne is made from the classic blend of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Pinot Meunier with an aromatic richness that opens with aromas of stone fruits such as white vineyard peach. A spicy hint announces a powerful and complex palate. A Champagne of vinous complexity with characteristic notes of quince jelly. Carte d’Or Brut by Champagne Drappier is Ideal as an aperitif and also pairs well with white meats, rolled fish fillets, and Chaourcé cheese. Available for deliveries within Metro Manila.   

Grape Variety / Blend: pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot meunier
Winery / Estate: Champagne Drappier

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This champagne wine from France has a aine aromatic richness, opening with aromas of stone fruits such as white vineyard peach. A spicy hint announces a powerful and complex palate. A vinous Champagne of vinous complexity with a characteristic note of quince jelly. Ideal as an aperitif. Best paired with white meats, rolled fish fillets, Chaource cheese.

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Product-Type: Wine
Type: Champagne
Price Point: 2,001 and above
Style: Brut (0 to 12 g/l)
Vintage: N/V
Blend/Grape Variety: chardonnay pinot meunier pinot noir
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol: 12.00%
Country: France
Region: Champagne
Estate: Champagne Drappier
Appellation: AOC Champagne
Fermentation: Natural
Wine-Making Process: Sustainable
FOOD PAIRING: FISH: Steamed/Poached
FOOD PAIRING: CHEESES: Soft Creamy Cheeses (Cow, Sheep, Goat)

Winery

Champagne, France: Champagne Drappier

Drappier is a Champagne producer based in the Urville region of Champagne. The house, founded in 1808, produces both vintage and non-vintage cuvee as well as a prestige wine known as Grande Sendrée. Drappier is considered one of the finest boutique champagne producers in the world.

The cellars in which the wine is stored are among the oldest and most extensive in Europe, and were the only cellars that were not damaged during the two world wars or the fires that raced through the area in the 1950s.

Drappier is known for using significantly less sulfur in their wine than many other Champagne producers. One of their cuvées, the Brut Nature Non Dosé Sans Soufre, contains no added sulfur whatsoever.