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Pommery Brut Apanage Champagne 75cl Gift Boxed

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The Brut Apanage from Pommery is a brut Champagne with more reserve grapes than the Brut Royal, giving it extra character.

The Brut Apanage contains 40 or so different Crus and is a blend of approximately one third each of the three great grape varieties of Champagne (Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier).

The Pommery Brut Apanage boasts a pale yellow robe with a persistent effervescence. Refreshing, with great finesse and elegance, it offers creamy, buttery aromas and hints of citrus fruits. The palate is smooth and rich with notes of hazelnut but also dried apricot, vanilla, virginia tobacco and biscuit pastry.


EYE - A superb pale yellow color with very slightly golden highlights. 

NOSE - The finely buttery, almost pastry-like aromas are quickly joined by a bouquet of wild flowers and notes of candied citron and blood orange.

MOUTH - A frank attack, creamy notes on the palate combined with notes of dried apricot and citrus fruits. 

After making a fortune in the wool industry, in 1856, Mr Pommery was in fragile health and decided to retire from business and enjoy a quiet life. His son Louis was no longer a child. Mr Pommery and his wife did not have any special plans. They simply wanted to enjoy a well-deserved retirement. But destiny had other things in store for them? Madame Pommery discovered she was expecting a child, at the age of 38. This miraculous pregnancy, more than 17 years after her first, would change their lives forever. To provide for his baby daughter, Mr Pommery decided to go back into business. But the wool industry was in crisis. However, the champagne trade was booming.
Champagne is a unique region, a unique wine, the oldest AOC in France and is only produced in the specific area delimited by law on 22 July 1927. Out of the 34,000 hectares making up our vineyards in Champagne, we have contracts on almost 2,000 hectares and we wholly own and cultivate 255 hectares using sustainable wine growing methods.
Sustainable wine growing is a collective approach operated in Champagne since 2001. It was introduced following a standard written by the ?Sustainable wine growing in Champagne? inter-professional group and vineyard self-diagnostic. Major environmental protection efforts were undertaken, in several areas, such as soil work, vine management, waste management, vine protection products, etc.

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