Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte, "Palmes D'Or" Brut, 1997, gift box "Diva"
Reviews of purchase Nicolas Feuillatte, "Palmes D'Or" Brut, 1997, gift box "Diva"
Champagne pale golden color, with a game of small but active bubbles, eye pleasing and beautiful stable mousse.
Champagne has an elegant, refreshing, balanced taste with a hint of cinnamon, biscuit and enchantingly graceful finish.
Runaround flavors revolves around raspberries, strawberries, meringue, caramel, fennel, anise and lemon peel.
Champagne is excellent as an aperitif, it is also recommended to apply to white meat dishes and seafood.
Champagne presented in a gift box "Diva", made in the form of a plastic "skittles". In addition, the champagne is packaged in a velvet bag on top of the black with the logo "Palmes D'Or".
"Palmes D'Or" Brut - this is the most sexy and sultry, seductive champagne on the market "- Robert Parker.
Champagne Nicolas Fyuyat House, founded in 1976, in a short time managed to not only outperform many well-known manufacturers with a long history, but also a place in the top five of the largest Champagne houses. In 1986 the company formed an alliance with the union elite vineyards "Vinicola Centro de la Champagne" to promote Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte. Champagne House today brings together more than a thousand growers and 86 wineries. Joint ownership covers an area of 2000 hectares of vineyards, which accounts for 7% of the Champagne appellation.
Champagne under the label "Nicolas Feuillatte" is made from grapes grown on the 10 Grand Cru vineyards and 27 Premiers Crus vineyards in different regions of the Montagne de Reims, Côte de Blancs, L`Ardre, paddle, Cezanne, in the valley of the Marne. The success in obtaining magnificent champagne depends on the quality of yeast used, so the House of Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte brought its own yeast culture in the laboratory. Annual sales Houses Nicolas Feuillatte are about 7 million bottles per year, 50% of which are exported to more than 50 countries, including Australia, UK, USA, Italy, Germany and Russia.