Pierre Gimonnet, a top Grower in the Cotes des Blancs, who helped to found the The Club Trésors, back in the early 1970s. Nearly 50 years later, the Gimonnet family is still one of their benchmark producers. These wines embody everything we love about Champagne from the Côte des Blancs, especially Cramant. The Gimonnet style is luxurious, but still quite nervy and exciting. There is toasty brioche, sure, but also soaring acidity and lovely, yellow fruit. And the wines are long-lived as demonstrated by many 20+ year old wines we've been lucky to taste.
What importer Skurnik Wines has to say about this wine...
cépage 100% Chardonnayassemblage Mostly 2013village/vyd 65% Cramant Grand Cru, 18% ChouillyGrand Cru, 10.5% Oger Grand Cru, 6.5% Cuis 1er cru; Chalkmalo Yesélevage Stainless steel; reserve wine in 750ml bottlesand magnums under 1.5ATMs of pressure for 1-6 yearssur latte 72+ Months
Elegant , Fruity , Minerally
Champagne Brut , Dry