Elaboration: Taittinger Brut Reserve
- The coat is shiny, color golden straw yellow. The bubbles are fine. The foam is discreet and persistent.
- The nose , very expressive and open, is both fruity and briochada. Gives off aromas of peach, white flowers (hawthorn, acacia) and vanilla pod.
- entry into mouth it is alive, fresh, harmonious. Fruit and honey flavors are then delicately expressed. Brut Reserva, which acquires its full maturity over the course of three to four years of aging in the cellar, has a developed aromatic potential.
is composed of a 40% Chardonnay
and a 60% Pinot Noir
Y pinot meunier
, which come from more than 35 different vineyards and from several vintages perfectly matured. This strong proportion of Chardonnay, unique among the great champagnes without a vintage, as well as aging for 3 to 4 years in cellars, where it reaches its full aromatic maturity, make Taittinger Brut Reserva a very balanced champagne, whose quality is absolutely constant. , is recognized throughout the world. Taittinger Champagne is honored to conceive a Brut without an exceptional vintage in this way.
Taittinger is the commitment of a name, of a family that has always been very clear that the fact that its name appears on the labels supposes a great responsibility and a constant demand. Today, Pierre-Emmanuel Taittinger, who has embodied this commitment for 40 years, shares his passion for running the house with his children Clovis and Vitalie, in a perfect balance between knowledge of the past and hope for the future. .
However, the Taittinger dynasty goes back a long way. There are already three generations that have left their mark on the history of the firm, on the Taittinger spirit and style, and even on Champagne itself. In 1915, the young Parisian officer Pierre Taittinger was assigned to the Château de la Marquetterie, in the heart of the Champagne vineyards, unaware that one day this place would become the cradle of his family's destiny. By becoming a politician and deputy for Paris, he wanted to establish himself in Champagne, and there he bought the Château in 1932. This is how the Taittinger adventure in Champagne began.
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