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Gosset Celebris 2002 Champagne 1.5L

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Gosset Celebris
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Gosset Celebris 2002 - Magnum - 1.5L Magnum - 1.5L   £275.00
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Gosset Celebris
Description & Technical Information
Gosset Celebris is the star of the Gosset range and the House prestige cuvée, produced only in exceptional years. The malic acid, skillfully preserved, gives freshness and elegance to this great cuvée, vintages of which will be enjoyed for several decades to come.

Weather: The 2002 vintage shaped up magnificently over the spring, with no significant frost and near-perfect flowering. Then followed a summer marked by long, sunny periods interspersed with regular cloudy and rainy spells. The vines were in good health and the dehydration of the grape berries helped them reach new heights of ripeness. Generally considered one of the best harvests in the last twenty years.

News Article: Gosset Celebris 2002 placed fifth in our comprehensive Prestige Cuvées from 2002 blind tasting in October 2016 with Jancis Robinson MW. Read the full write-up here.

Technical Information:
Vineyards: 100% Grand Cru | Chardonnay: Chouilly, Cramant | Pinot Noir: Aÿ, Bouzy, Verzy
Grape Varieties: 52% Chardonnay, 48% Pinot Noir
Ageing: 10 years on the lees
Disgorged: August 2015
Dosage: 5 g/l
Drink: Now to 2028

Tasting Note: This is a delightful golden yellow colour with a fine stream of bubbles. On the nose this gracious champagne has alluring aromas of pear and pineapple. On the palate a fresh and expansive taste of lemon and orchard fruits. This is a champagne with a very good finish. From magnum this is even more stunning.

The 1.5L magnums do not have an individual branded gift box and will be delivered in an unbranded cardboard box.
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