Black Friday Comes Early This Year: Insane Deal on Top Champagne!!!
Posted on: 09/12/20 8:30 AM
NV Gosset Grande Réserve
We offered this incredible wine last year as part of our Black Friday promotion. We were able to score a similar deal this year much earlier. Don’t miss your chance to stock up!!!
From last year’s offer:
I think the good people at Gosset have had some time to figure out the whole Champagne production thing down pat. After all, they’ve been at it since 1584, making it Champagne’s oldest house. A lot has changed since then, but their reputation as leaders in the region has not. Today, as then, Gosset remains among the most respected and highest quality producers of Champagne. And, boy oh boy, do we have a deal for you today!
Peter Liem, noted Champagne expert is quite impressed with Gosset, as are most wine writers. He gushes: “Gosset is very much at the top of its game right now, with an impeccable range of wines that demonstrate not only great quality, but a strong personality and expression of character. They are wines that emphasize finesse above all, but they are not delicate wines—in fact, they consistently reveal a pronounced vinosity and a complex richness of fruit, even if this is often presented in a discreet and understated manner.”
Strangely, in the US, Gosset’s Brut “Excellence” has been the most common cuvee, but globally, the Grande Réserve is the true ambassador of the house, accounting for the majority of Gosset’s production, between 40 and 45 percent. With 4+ years on the lees and grapes hailing from the Grand Cru villages of Aÿ, Bouzy, Ambonnay, Le Mesnil-sur-Oger, Villers-Marmery, there is a generosity and complexity to the wine that well exceeds its price.
These kinds of offers only happen so often. Don’t miss out!
“This is very dense & serious with freshness & powerful acidity that gives it intensity & focus. Goes on and on with so much floral & sliced-lime flavor and hints of white flowers, pear blossom & minerals. So beautiful to drink now, but will improve with age.” 95 Points, Wine Spectator
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