Maurice Grumier Réserve Perpétuelle Extra-Brut Champagne
Winemaker Notes: This table champagne from the three grape varieties represents a sample of the best our house can produce. The complexity of the Réserve Perpétuelle is made by the meticulous blending of wines from one year and from a blending of old vintages kept in barrel. This solera started in 2005 is charged with the style and power of the Maurice Grumier champagnes.
Grumier has sold grapes to Perrier-Jouët and Taittinger, and they craft some of Champagne’s most expressive, delicious wines—yet their bottles have never reached the US. Drawing complexity from a rare form of winemaking, their Réserve Perpétuelle is an extraordinary wine and a must-have for any Champagne lover.
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