The term cuvée signifies the first juice that comes out of the press, and this is what is used to create Varnier-Fanniere's Grand Cru Champagne 'Cuvée St. Denis'. The grapes come from a single vineyard in the village of Avize called 'Clos de Grand Pere' with Chardonnay planted 65 years ago.
The wine has a light golden colour with subtle green glints and the bubbles are fine and light. The nose provides a multitude of aromas (white flowers, dried orchard fruit, which have developed over the course of 5 years in their cellars.
In the mouth, the wine shows good maturity, expressed by hints of roast hazelnut and brioche with a pronounced mineral finish.
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