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From the legendary makers of Salon Champagne, a very fine Chardonnay dominant fizzy.

Champagne, France
Non Vintage
12% ABV.
55% Chardonnay, 35% Pinot Noir, 10% Pinot Meunier


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Tasting notes:

The Delamotte Brut is a lovely, pale golden colour.

The nose is lovely and fresh, with citrus notes, lemon, lemon peel, slight floral notes and a hint of creamy vanilla. 

The palate is very enticing, with a fine mousse, crisp acidity and great depth. There is more citrus notes here, biscuity richness and lingering creamy smoothness underlying throughout. 

About the wine:

Delamotte Brut is a blend of approximately 55% chardonnay, 35% pinot noir and 10% pinot meunier. Each grape plays its fundamental role, as Chardonnay sets the wine in place, its foundation and roots, a small portion of Pinot Noir helps give the wine more width and fruit and a smaller portion of Pinot Meunier, a less acidic grape brings its aromatic charm to produce a brut that does not rely on reserve wines for character but finds personality at its roots. 

Aged on the lees for 30 to 36 months, Delamotte brut receives a light dosage of sugar, a similar dosage to the rest of the Delamotte range.

About the producer:

In 1760, Champagne Delamotte was one of only five Champagne houses in the region.

It is located in the heart of the Côte des Blancs in Le Mesnil-sur-Oger and is the sister house and contiguous to the legendary House of Champagne Salon with which it shares the same viticultural, winemaking and management team. The vineyards location is the key that guides Delamotte’s expression defining the house’s elegant, focused style of wine.

A house like no other with all its vineyards sourced from the Grands crus of the Côte des Blancs, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Oger, Avize and Cramant for chardonnay, Delamotte is one of the very few négociants to cultivate such a passion for the expression of this unique ward of Champagne.

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