De Venoge Cuvée louis XV 1996 Champagne
75 cl Bottle
Henri-Marc emigrated from his native Canton of Vaud to Champagne and created 'de Venoge & Cie' in 1837 with his son Joseph. Le Cordon Bleu was adopted as the symbol of the House, in reference to the Venoge River and the Order of the Holy Spirit, the most famous order of chivalry of the French monarchy. In 1838, Henri-Marc was responsible for a real 'marketing' revolution by creating the very first illustrated label in the history of Champagne! In 1998 de Venoge joined the Champagne group Boizel Chanoine Champagne. Today, the House's wines are distributed in more than 40 countries exclusively through a selective network of specialized stores, hotels and restaurants.
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Grape variety : 50% Pinot Noir, 50% Chardonnay Serving temperature : 8/10°
Accords mets et vins : As an aperitif, smoked salmon, fish carpaccio, fish tartar, grilled fish or fish in sauce, Breton lobster, fruit dessert.
This cuvée has aged 10 years in the cellar to highlight its exceptional qualities and the know-how of the cellar master. A blend of 50% Pinot Noir and 50% Chardonnay, the Cuvée Louis XV 1996 is very representative of the 1996 vintage. The Cuvée Louis XV De Venoge has an intense golden color with burning sparkle. The nose of this cuvée is marked by vanilla notes, it is voluptuous, elegant and sophisticated. On the palate, this Champagne reveals a paradox of fine and intense aromas, frank and shimmering, fresh and evolved.
To eat the delicacy!