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A good glass of... 35 grams of sweetness. #champagne

19 July 2015, by Sebastian Nickel

Last night I opened a bottle of Champagne Paul Lebrun Demi-sec. I felt like it. Usually rather a « brut » drinker, I admit that me, too, I sometimes need a little sweetness in my glass. That must be the romantic side of my palate ...

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Shiny and golden, with very fine, creamy bubbles, the wine flirts with me from the very first minute. It exhales a delicate scent of red currants and fresh melon, a perfume that continues on the palate, enriched by a splash of lemon juice. Proud to be a semi-dry wine, it displays its 35 grams of sugar per liter without any complex. Featuring a fresh and tender balance, it ends up on juicy acidity. This Champagne is an endangered species, precisely because most people are like me. Dry bubbles are more fashionable at the moment.

WINE & FOOD MATCH FOR CARNIVORES & HERBIVORES
Those who sabre a bottle of this Champagne, should come up with a nice fruit salad and a certain sense for savory moments.



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