Due to its unusually high proportion of Chardonnay, which makes it unique among the great champagne cuvées, it captivates with the finesse typical of the Taittinger house.
The Brut Réserve is aged for at least three years and up to 30 meters below the surface within the historic chalk rock cellars in Reims, the headquarters of the Taittinger house. When served, the Brut Réserve boasts expressive aromas of peach, white flowers, and hints of vanilla and toasted brioche. Fresh fruit notes paired with light honey nuances lend this cuvée its distinctive taste. Truly delicious.
40-45% Chardonnay, 35-40% Pinot noir, 20% Meunier
- In the glass, a fine play of pearls.
- Scents of white flowers, peach and a touch of vanilla.
- Harmonious, lively and fresh on the palate.
- Superb Aperitif.
- An exemplary companion to seafood and fish.
- Also goes great with fruit desserts.
The Taittinger Champagne House
Taittinger, a Champagne House with a long tradition in Reims, is the home of Brut Réserve. The house’s 260 hectares of vineyards, located in the best sites of the Champagne region and yielding a volume of 6.5 million bottles per year, make it the sixth largest house in Champagne. Its ownership of such a large number of vines ensures Taittinger a steady supply of top-quality champagne, known throughout the world for its finesse and airiness.