Champagne Gosset is arguably the oldest house in Champagne. It was founded in 1584 in Aÿ, just outside of Reims, by Pierre Gosset who began making still red wines in bulk. In the mid-18th Century the Gosset family discovered bubbles in their wine as it began to ferment in bottle and, since then, Gosset Champagne has been almost continuously produced.
Champagne Extra Brut is the AOC title for one of the driest forms of the world's most famous sparkling wine. The wines may have no more than 6 grams per liter of Residual sugar. Between zero and 3g/L, the term overlaps with 'Brut Nature'.
With a clear, bright, pale-yellow gold color, and a nose that reveals yellow fruits such as apricots, peaches and dried fruit, this cuvée is ideally suited to be enjoyed in the summer months.
This wine goes well with Pork, Rich Fish (Tuna, Salmon etc), Shellfish, and Soft Cheese
Facts About The Champagne
Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay
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