Brimoncourt Brut Regence

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Brimoncourt Brut Regence

Producer: Brimoncourt

Last updated: April 20th, 2017

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What to expect?

The colour of Brimoncourt Brut Regence

Pale yellow with a slight green tinge

The smell and aroma of Brimoncourt Brut Regence

Pure light green apple and lime. Light hint of toasted honeysuckle

The typical price of Brimoncourt Brut Regence in Australia

Cheap
RRP$ 80
Expensive

What Brimoncourt Brut Regence tastes like

Acidity
Very fresh with loads of pure natural tang
20%
Smooth
Subtle
Decent flavour for such a young wine but missing creamy fullness
60%
Full
Brevity
Great acidic structure and quality grapes provides great length of taste
70%
Length
Savoury
While only 8g/L dosage, it's on the dry side but well balanced
40%
Sweet
No Oak
No oak
1%
Oak
Fruitness
Great complex green apple, lime, florals and hints of citrus pastry no buttery biscuit nuance
45%
Biscuittyness

Technical Details

Base Year -
2012
Bottled -
2013
Cork -
Natural
Oak -
N/A
Alcohol -
12% SD 7.1
Fermentation -
Full Malolactic
Dosage -
8g/L
Grapes (Cepage) -
80% Chardonnay, 20% Pinot Noir
Vineyards -
Predomiantly from around Ay
Aged on Lees -
36-48 months

Where you can buy Brimoncourt Brut Regence in Australia

Boutique wine stores around Australia. Easier to find in Sydney.

About Brimoncourt Champagne House

Back in 2008, Alexandre Cornot bought the rights to the Brimoncourt name. This boutique house has a modest but high quality selection of fresh, youthful Champagnes. Their outlook for the brand is modern, progressive and self-described as ‘free spirited’. These qualities are unmistakably present in their wines whose taste profiles would be best described as bright, structured and…

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