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Grande Reserve is the key focus of Gosset and during blending it is given priority for fruit allocation ahead of their vintage cuvées. It is a complex mix of 45% Pinot Noir, 10% Meunier and 45% Chardonnay drawn from no less than fifty villages, all vinified separately, with reserves built both from single years as well as from the full blend from the prior year - a sort of partial solera system. This Gosset always ranks among the very best multi-vintage Champagnes on the market and represents a very savvy value choice.

WINE SPECTATOR 93 POINTS - "A spine of chiseled acidity structures this vivid, creamy Champagne, which has a minerally underpinning of smoke and brine and flavors of Asian pear, baked pineapple, lemon curd, toasted brioche and roasted almond. Should pair well with grilled fish." (AN)(11/2022)

DECANTER MAGAZINE 93 POINTS - "Gosset is the oldest house in Champagne, and is a favourite among wine trade insiders. This non-vintage cuvée is redolent with the aromas of mellow red apple fruit. It has beautifully subtle autolysis on the palate, with creamy apple and plum flavours, and a great precision at the same time." (10/2021)
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