Chardonnay (68%) Pinot Noir(32% )including 7% red wines from Ambonnay and Bouzy
Champagne Gosset is the oldest wine house in Champagne established in the tiny Grand Cru village of Aÿ, 5 kilometres to the north of Epernay, in 1584. In 2009, the year of Gosset’s 425th anniversary, the House completed the acquisition of substantial premises in Epernay, in the heart of Champagne. Domaine Gosset, the former mansion of the Trouillard family, is a historic building dating back to the 19th Century with 5km of cellars up to 30 metres in depth allowing Gosset to store up to 2 million bottles in the chalky cellars. Whereas previously production had been spread over 5 sites, it is now concentrated on the two Gosset owned premises in Aÿ and Epernay
Colour & Appearance: Pink gold and yellow sapphire in colour, swarming with millions of swirling bubbles.
Nose: The nose is powerful, calling to mind delicate pastries combined with red fruits, such as blueberry tart. There are also fresher, citrus notes recalling 'Crepes Suzette'. Aromas of wheat and biscuit mix with livelier notes of orange zest. The nose offers a sophisticated and rounded structure.
Palate: The palate is suprising as it balances an intense freshness with an impressive strength highlighted by the low dosage (5g/L). A wonderfully mature champagne highlighting excellent craftsmanship, which is the signature of the Celebris line, especially the rare 2003 vintage, from an intensely mature and concentrated year.
Food matching: Enjoy as a summer apéritif, relish its freshness and sparkle. It is perfect with a starter of salmon carpaccio on a bed of citrus fruits such as grapefruit and orange or with a dessert of a delicate lemon and fresh strawberry puff-pastry tart.