Alfred Gratien Brut

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Alfred Gratien Brut

Producer: Alfred Gratien

Last updated: April 8th, 2017

What to expect?

The colour of Alfred Gratien Brut

Light green tinged pale yellow

The smell and aroma of Alfred Gratien Brut

Tart rhubarb, apple, hints of pine needles and green pepper

The typical price of Alfred Gratien Brut in Australia

Cheap
RRP$ 60
Expensive

What Alfred Gratien Brut tastes like

Acidity
Very dry and high amounts of fine tart acid from start to finish
10%
Smooth
Subtle
Once the initial taste fades this Champagne has interesting funk and lingering flavour
54%
Full
Brevity
Great length. Citrus and pine will linger together with almost a green oak nuance for a long time. Dried grape sugar finish
65%
Length
Savoury
Very dry. Sweetness is subtle but present throughout, most of all at the end
25%
Sweet
No Oak
Lots of robust oak which mixes well with the other green, spice flavours
60%
Oak
Fruitness
There is a subtle but distinct base of brioche creaminess lying beneath the dominant fruit acid structure
35%
Biscuittyness