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In fact, many authorities feel that Champagne Be´re^che et Fils has now taken its place among the region’s finest producers, house or grower. Antonio Galloni calls Raphae¨l and Vincent’s Champagnes “among the very best readers will come across,” adding that he buys the wines “whenever I see them.” John Gilman writes simply that Be´re^che is “at the top of its game and producing some of the finest wines in all of Champagne!

The range begins with the Brut Réserve, a blend of 70% wines from the base year with the balance reserve wines, composed from approximately one-third each of the three major varieties. A model of harmony, nuance and verve, it is a pure expression of the domaine’s varied terroirs that demonstrates both the Bérêche brother’s great skill and their originality. The Brut Réserve is followed by seven compelling cuvées, all of them aged under cork, that are coveted by grower Champagne connoisseurs for their unique character and complexity.
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