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A good glass of ... #champagne Extra Brut Paul Lebrun

29 March 2016, by Sebastian Nickel

Champagne Paul Lebrun Extra Brut

The small, regularly rising bubbles apparently feel very comfortable in the glass and form a fine layer of mousse on the surface. Generous and seductive in the nose, with delicious fragrances of peaches, orange peel and grapefruit. On the palate, it unfolds an amazing floral character, almond blossoms but also fresh almonds, supported by fine, lemony acidity. Despite its low dosage (5 g / L sugar), the wine shows surprisingly medium-bodied and creamy mouthfeel, which makes it an excellent aperitif wine.

Without preference for MEAT or VEGETABLES, it may be enjoyed without food, but may also be accompanied by grilled almonds or a piece of cheese, such as a 24 month-aged Comté, a Cantal Entre-Deux or a young Grana Padano.



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